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Warren Gatland has questioned the big game temperament of England's hot-headed prop Kyle Sinckler.
Getting a win at the Principality Stadium is hard for many reasons, and it all starts before the visitors even arrive at the stadium. "We've already seen in the Six Nations that he has been involved in a couple of incidents".
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But Gatland insisted: "Look, we won't be going out there trying to antagonise him, because that's not in our make-up". It is the first time he and Gatland have locked horns in Cardiff, however. "Hopefully he goes out and has a good game and keeps his emotions in control, because that's a big challenge for him".
"You rock up into the stadium, and I'm not sure whether the roof will be shut or open, but even if it's open: steep-sided on both sides, 75,000 people rammed in, you can nearly touch the front row of the supporters - it is absolutely insane", said the 2003 World Cup victor. "I don't think people realise how vocal he is, how intuitive he is in reading the game".
"The bus will go through the centre of Cardiff, and they will not be the most popular bus in Christendom as they go through there".
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"Intense rivals and there is the historical context to it, but for us it is our most important game because it is our next game and that is how we are treating it". This was a huge statement by England and they backed this up against France at Twickenham. "Isn't that incredible? And won't it be even better when they're absolutely silent?', and you go 'Yeah, you're bang on", and you go to work".
"It's all about Wales, we are playing potentially the greatest team ever. He's talking about us", said Gatland.
Wales have gone for the attacking instincts of Gareth Anscombe over the composed kicking of Dan Biggar to form an experienced halfback combination with Gareth Davies. "It definitely showed the pride Grav had and we all have in Wales".
"I don't think anyone knows where we are. It's a big game, but it's not the biggest game we've played in", he said, while teeing up his final joke.
"I was lucky enough to make my debut back when it was the Millennium Stadium and the roof was closed and it was a Friday night - opening day of the Six Nations - and it is to this day probably the best atmosphere", said Wood.
"We should have played straight after the performance to be honest with you".