REGIONAL: Thousands of rugby fans will descend on Twickenham tonight to watch England V Wales

File photo dated 22-09-2015 of England's Brad Barritt during a training session at Pennyhill Park, Bagshot. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday September 23, 2015. Sam Burgess and Brad Barritt look set to be named as England's centre combination for Saturday's vital World Cup clash with Wales at Twickenham with George Ford making way for Owen Farrell, if Jonathan Joseph is ruled out by injury. See PA story RUGBY England. Photo credit should read: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire.
File photo dated 22-09-2015 of England's Brad Barritt during a training session at Pennyhill Park, Bagshot. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday September 23, 2015. Sam Burgess and Brad Barritt look set to be named as England's centre combination for Saturday's vital World Cup clash with Wales at Twickenham with George Ford making way for Owen Farrell, if Jonathan Joseph is ruled out by injury. See PA story RUGBY England. Photo credit should read: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire.
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Thousands of rugby fans will descend on Twickenham tonight for the much anticipated World Cup clash between England and Wales.

Around 82,000 fans are expected to attend the 127th game in one of rugby’s oldest rivalries.

England have won the last two meetings since being thrashed in Cardiff two years ago.

Both countries have begun their campaigns in Pool A with a victory, but this match is considered the biggest encounter in the early stages of the tournament.

Live match coverage starts at 7.15pm on ITV, when Fran Donovan will be joined in the studio by former Wales players Mike Hall and Dafydd James and ex-England coach Brian Ashton.

Kick off is at 8pm.