Former Wales number eight Scott Quinnell believes Wales can beat England at Twickenham on Sunday in a eagerly anticipated match.
Quinnell, who won 52 caps for his country, predicts Wales to win but admitted he wasn't sure how they will do it.
He told QBERugby: "Wales (will win it), I don't know how they are going to do it, but they will."
When asked who would win the six nations, the ex-international laughed before responding with the exact same answer.
He seemed a man in good spirits, but knows Wales must be wary of England's young talent ahead of Sunday's match.
"The young guys that have come in have been absolutely fantastic," he continued. "Their wingers have been fantastic as well. It will be very close."
Both teams head into the match on the back of good results; England beat favourites Ireland and Wales defeated France in a convincing display.
After a disappointing start to the six nations for Wales, Quinnell was very impressed with his team's recovery factor which led to a 27-6 thrashing of France.
He added: "They really put a good performance in, they were back to their best."
He also said that Wales had found their best back row combination in time for the clash against England.
However, Quinnell admitted that he did not know where the match would be won or lost, simply laughing and saying 'who knows?'.
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