By Jeremy Guscott
Former England and British & Irish Lions centre
It was a typically titanic Test match as, once again, Wales and England raised their intensity to match the cauldron of atmosphere in the Principality Stadium.
Ultimately it boiled down to two halves, two game plans and one critical period in which the contest’s destiny changed course.
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England had a good first 40 minutes. They came in at the interval 10-3 up and their advantage should have been greater.