England are extremely confident they are in a good position this season and are primed to regain their status as the champions of the Northern Hemisphere by claiming the Grand Slam title at the Six Nations and one way to do it would be to avenge their humiliating loss at the hands of the Wales Rugby Team in last season’s tournament in Cardiff.
Brad Barritt, the England centre admitted that they are looking forward to that match against Wales and mentioned that the only way the team can exorcise the ghost of the past is if they can win the title by going through against their bitter rivals from the south of the border.
Stuart Lancaster takes his England team for a tough trip to France to kick off their Six Nations campaign this season in three weeks’ time and they will also have to follow that up with two trips to Rome and Murrayfied to take on Italy and Scotland respectively. But it is that match against the Wales Rugby Team on the 9th of March at Twickenham Stoop that the English players are looking forward to the most.
Barritt, who has been recovering well after an injury admitted that after that 30-3 defeat against the Dragons last season, in which they loss 30-3, there was a lot of soul searching among the players. He mentioned that they had played very well in that tournament and looked like the champions elect before being brought to a crashing halt by the Wales Rugby Team at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff ten months ago.
And he admitted regaining the title isn’t easy this season with three tough away games awaiting them but added that they are in a good position as a team and they