After what will hopefully be wins for Wales U20 and Rob Howley's senior side on Friday night and Saturday respectively, the Students take centre stage at the home of the Newport Gwent Dragons at 1pm followed by Wales Women at Talbot Athletic Ground at 2.30.
Wales Students v England Students - Rodney Parade, Newport
Sunday 17 March 1pm
Tickets adults £5, Under 16s free
Tickets available from Rodney Parade or by calling 01633 674990
Last year saw England Students secure a comfortable win but after training together since early January, Wales are determined to make it two wins on the bounce.
"We've had some late problems with injuries but we've named a strong side and are looking forward to the game," said Wales Students team manager Adrian Evans.
"England got the better of us last year but if we repeat the performance we showed against Germany then we are more than capable of getting the result.
"Our fitness in particular was key against Germany and hopefully we'll use that to our advantage."
Wales Students vs England Students: 15 Gareth Thompson 14 Steffan Jones 13 Matt Smith 12 Will Owen 11 Ciaran Driscoll 10 Owen Thomas 9 Aled Lewis, 1 Brynley Toms 2 Greg George 3 Sean McDonnell-Roberts 4 Gus Davies 5 Jon Barley 6 Reuben Tucker 7 Kyle Tayler (C) 8 Jarad Williams.
Replacements: Dafydd Morgan, Rhodri Hanmer, Henri Williams, Oli Edwards, Rhodri Davies, James Cordy-Redden, Rhys Howells.
Wales Women v England Women - Talbot Athletic Ground, Aberavon
Sunday 17 March 2.30pm
Tickets adults £5 stand, Terrace £3 Under 16s free
Wales Women are seeking a win over England at Aberavon on Sunday to ensure there are no last minute nerves for qualification for next year's World Cup in France.
Wales have already achieved their pre-campaign goal of two victories in the Six Nations, however Italy's surprise form in the championship has put a cat among the pigeons.
Wales' win against Scotland last Sunday has now edged them in front of Italy for the last automatic spot up for grabs in the race for qualification for next year's World Cup.
"Italy still have an outside chance of overturning that but they would have to beat Ireland this weekend and we would have to concede an avalanche of points against England," said Wales Women head coach Rhys Edwards.
"But our mindset is to go out and beat England. We played well against Ireland in our first game at Talbot Athletic Ground to lose by only two points. The following week they then beat England by 25-0. We've just to go for it."
Wales Women v England Woman: 15 Dyddgy Hywel 14 Caryl James 13 Elen Evans 12 Rebecca de Filippo 11 Charlie Murray 10 Elinor Snowsill 9 Amy Day; 1 Jenny Davies 2 Lowri Harries 3 Catrin Edwards 4 Gemma Hallett 5 Shona Powell-Hughes 6 Catrina Nicholas 7 Sioned Harries 8 Rachel Taylor (Capt)
Replacements: 16 Carys Phillips 17 Megan York 18 Bethan Howell 19 Nia Davies 20 Vicky Owens 21 Laura Prosser 22 Philippa Tuttiett