England maintained their Six Nations title bid with victory against Wales, aided by a scoring return for wing Anthony Watson.
Mark Wilson and Anthony Watson replace Sam Underhill and Jonathan Joseph respectively in the England side to face Wales.
Absent for the opening three matches of the Six Nations, Anthony Watson is back in the mix for England this week.
There was mixed news from head coach Eddie Jones for England on the injury front on Thursday.
England will again have to cope without Anthony Watson as they look to bounce back from defeat to France in their Six Nations opener.
Anthony Watson's knee injury is not as serious as first feared, but he may not play again this year.
Eddie Jones has given some potential Rugby World Cup bolters a chance to show what they can do against Wales.
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Anthony Watson was back in Premiership action on Friday, but Newcastle Falcons' time in the top flight looks to be coming to an end.
Anthony Watson has not played since the 2018 Six Nations but will finally return to the Bath team this weekend.
Bath have been boosted by the news of new contracts for four players, including England star Anthony Watson.
Anthony Watson suffered an Achilles injury in March and a serious setback means there is still no return date for the England man.
Bath will have to play their final five matches of 2017-18 without Anthony Watson, who has been ruled out with an Achilles injury.
Owen Farrell missed some training sessions ahead of England's Six Nations meeting with Scotland but Eddie Jones has cast aside any concerns.