Decision Reached On Whether Or Not The Roof Will Be Closed For England Vs Wales
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It seems Eddie Jones does mind if they roof is closed at the Principality for their Six Nations clash with Wales this weekend.
The Principality Stadium roof will be open for Saturday’s Six Nations clash between Wales and England.
The England boss originally said he didn’t care whether the roof was shut or not, claiming it made no difference. It seems he does care, opting to for the roof to be left open.
Wales assumed they could close the roof following his comments last month, but it’s now been confirmed they will be forced to leave it open as both sides must agree for it to be closed.
Will it make a difference this weekend?