Twickenham Stadium – 14 Feb 2015, 14:30
In World Cup year, England will be looking to fulfil some of their potential and challenge for the Six Nations championship. The Autumn Internationals against New Zealand and South Africa provided some hope but injury worries have dogged England in the last 12 months.
Italy’s record against England is poor, however they have shown against the top sides that they can beat anyone on their day.
The Six Nations looks to be the most open for many years and will be the last chance to gain momentum and confidence for the World Cup.
Most of the England games at Twickenham are a sell out , however in this game there is often tickets available to allow people to experience the unique experience of Twickenham on matchdays.
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