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FEATURE – England players’ loudest Twickenham experiences: Part 2

06 March 2014

  • Care, Brown, Vunipola and Robshaw on Twickenham's atmosphere
  • See their best moments ahead of Wales visit on March 9 
  • Home advantage is an important factor for England, with the passion of a vociferous crowd urging the players to make that last-ditch tackle, shunt a driving maul towards the try-line or get up off the floor to resume a position in the while-wall defensive line.

    In advance of the second consecutive home tie in the RBS 6 Nations against Wales, RFUtv spoke to members of the squad about their best – and loudest – experiences in front of the Twickenham crowd and the impact that had on the outcome.

    See footage of some of Twickenham’s grandest moments in recent years, with scrum half Danny Care, full back Mike Brown, No.8 Billy Vunipola and captain Chris Robshaw explaining how it felt to be on the pitch at time.