England face Wales at Twickenham on 26 September in what is arguably the biggest game of Rugby to be played in the country for 16 years.

The hosts managed a solid but unspectacular 35-11 win over Fiji in their opening game, while Wales thrashed minnows Uruguay 54-9. Now, both sides know that they will most likely have to win this game if they are to progress to the Quarter Finals.

Fierce rivals England and Wales are ranked 3rd and 4th in the world respectively, but with 2nd ranked team Australia also in Pool A, one of these sides will be making an early exit from the tournament.

England have rung the changes going into the match, the most surprising of all being the replacement of fly-half George Ford by Owen Farrell. Wales on the other hand have been rocked by a succession of injuries to key players and will be hoping that their squad still has enough about them to prevail.

In this video, IBTimes UK sports editor Nick Howson previews the match and gives his predictions on who will emerge victorious.