ENGLAND62 V   WALES5
  COMPETITION: Rugby World Cup warm up friendly†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Updated 06.08.2007
  VENUE: Twickenham DATE: 4 August 2007 SPECTATORS: 66.000
  REFEREE: JoŽl Jutge (France) HALFTIME: 22-0  
  SCORERS:†† SCORERS:
  TRIES: Easter (4), Perry, Robinson, Dallaglio, Tait, TRIES: D.James
  Borthwick    
  CONVERSIONS: Wilkinson (7) CONVERSIONS:
  PENALTY GOALS: Wilkinson PENALTY GOALS:
  DROPPED GOALS: DROPPED GOALS:
   
15 Mathew Tait Newcastle Falcons 15 Lee Byrne Neath-Swansea Ospreys
14 David Strettle Harlequins 14 Aled Brew Neath-Swansea Ospreys
13 Daniel Hipkiss Leicester Tigers 13 Thomas Shanklin (22) Cardiff Blues
12 Andrew Farrell Saracens 12 Gareth Thomas (Capt.) Toulouse, France
11 Jason Robinson Unaffiliated 11 Dafydd James Llanelli Scarlets
10 Jonny Wilkinson Newcastle Falcons 10 Ceri Sweeney Newport Gwent Dragons
9 Shaun Perry Bristol Rugby 9 Gareth Cooper Gloucester, England
8 Nicholas Easter (19) Harlequins 8 Michael Owen (19) Newport Gwent Dragons
7 Joe Worsley London Wasps 7 Colin Charvis Newport Gwent Dragons
6 Martin Corry (18) Leicester Tigers 6 Alun Wyn Jones Neath-Swansea Ospreys
5 Steven Borthwick Bath Rugby 5 Robert Sidoli Cardiff Blues
4 Simon Shaw London Wasps 4 William James Gloucester, England
3 Phillip Vickery (Capt.) (17) London Wasps 3 Christopher Horsman (17) Worcester, England
2 Mark Regan (16) Bristol Rugby 2 Huw Bennett (18) Neath-Swansea Ospreys
1 Andrew Sherridan Sale Sharks 1 Iestyn Thomas (16) Llanelli Scarlets
   
16 George Chuter (2) Leicester Tigers 16 Gethin Jenkins (1) Cardiff Blues
17 Mathew Stevens (3) Bath Rugby 17 Rhys Thomas (3) Newport Gwent Dragons
18 Lewis Moody (6) Leicester Tigers 18 Thomas Rhys Thomas (2) Cardiff Blues
19 Lawrence Dallaglio (8) London Wasps 19 Alix Popham (8) Llanelli Scarlets
20 Peter Richards London Irish 20 Michael Phillips Cardiff Blues
21 Toby Flood Newcastle Falcons 21 James Hook Neath-Swansea Ospreys
22 22 Thomas James (13) Cardiff Blues
   
  COACH: Brian Ashton COACH: Gareth Jenkins
               
MATCH NOTES
This was a record win for England against Wales. Englands previous highest score against Wales was 50-10 during the 2002 International Six Nations tournament.

Hipkiss was making his test debut for England. Borthwick last played for England in 2006, Shaw in 2005 and Dallaglio in 2006. Thomas James and Wil James were making their test debut for Wales. Mark Cueto was injured during the team pre match warm up. He was replaced by Tait. Being unable to call upon another replacement on the bench England played the game with only six reserves. Wilkinson passed 900 test points. His 906 points being just 5 behind Michael Lynagh's record of 911. Brew received a yellow card just before halftime.

Sources
http://www.rfu.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/RFUHome.England_Detail/StoryID/17334
http://www.planet-rugby.com/Story/0,18259,3556_2640786,00.html
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/rugby_union/6928485.stm
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/main.jhtml;jsessionid=RCNCOGT5UBQGDQFIQMFSFF4AVCBQ0IV0?xml=/sport/2007/08/05/srengl105.xml&page=2