[Source: Guinness Six Nations/Twitter]
England heaped more misery on troubled Wales with a scrappy 20-10 Six Nations victory in Cardiff.
A frantic first half saw the teams separated by a try from England wing Anthony Watson.
Wales wing Louis Rees-Zammit managed an intercept try before England responded with scores from Kyle Sinckler and Ollie Lawrence.
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Wales’ players had threatened to go on strike in the build-up and could not overcome their troubled preparation.
They have now lost 12 of their last 15 games and suffered a third successive Six Nations defeat since Warren Gatland’s return as head coach.
In another match, Ireland defeated Italy 34-20.