With just hours before kick-off for the return clash between Wales and England at the Millennium Stadium, the 'sold out' signs are being dusted down as the Cardiff citadel braces itself for a momentous occasion.
There are now less than 2,000 tickets left for sale as Martin Johnson's England attempt to claim the double over Warren Gatland's Wales side on Saturday (KO 2.30pm).
With the roof set to be closed, it promises to be a fantastic day of rugby so any fans not wishing to miss out are urged to get their tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Remaining tickets for Wales v England are available to personal callers at Ticketline on Westgate Street in Cardiff and Cardiff Rugby Club from 9am until kick-off on matchday.
Wales v England at Millennium Stadium,Saturday 13 Aug 2011, KO 2.30pm
Wales James Hook; George North, Jamie Roberts, Gavin Henson, Shane Williams; Rhys Priestland, Mike Phillips; Paul James, Lloyd Burns, Craig Mitchell, Luke Charteris, Alun Wyn Jones, Dan Lydiate, Sam Warburton (Capt), Toby Faletau.
Replacements: Huw Bennett, Ryan Bevington, Josh Turnbull, Justin Tipuric, Tavis Knoyle, Scott Williams, Aled Brew.
England: Ben Foden; Chris Ashton; Mike Tindall (Capt), Shontayne Hape, Mark Cueto, Toby Flood, Richard Wigglesworth; Alex Corbisiero, Steve Thompson, Dan Cole, L Deacon, Courtney Lawes, T Wood, H Fourie, N Easter.
Replacements: Lee Mears, Matt Stevens, Tom Palmer, James Haskell, Danny Care, Charlie Hodgson, Matt Banahan
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