Good afternoon and welcome to the Six Nations’ tastiest fixture so far – as Wales welcome England to Cardiff.
There’s not a drop of rain in sight in South Wales today for this bumper encounter as Wayne Pivac’s unbeaten Dragons lower the drawbridge for Eddie Jones’ Red Rose.
There has been plenty of firey words exchanged between the two camps ahead of what is always a grudge match.
But it’s England who have it all to prove after one win and one defeat in their opening two rounds.
There is no doubt the World Cup finalists can play better than they have done in the opening two rounds, but there are still big question marks over some of the mainstay players.
Owen Farrell – starting at 12 today – hasn’t fired at his best, neither has Maro Itoje.
Meanwhile Ben Youngs’ form has also been a concern, even though the scrum-half starts today.
For Wales, Alun Wyn Jones starts his 155th test match – nine of them have been for the Lions don’t forget.
And George North is in at inside centre for this clash, with the classy winger winning his 100th cap.
There is no doubt the headlines have been hogged by Louis Rees-Zammit so far this year after his incredible winning try against Scotland.
Can he recreate that for here, or will England’s tried and tested stars do the job in the empty Principality Stadium?
We’re about to find out.