Chris Robshaw: England can create "rugby history"

England's Chris Robshaw in action during their Six Nations clash with France on February 23, 2013
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England captain Chris Robshaw feels that his side can create "rugby history" if they can beat Wales to achieve the grand slam in the Six Nations.

England captain Chris Robshaw feels that his side can become part of "rugby history" if they can beat Wales later today.

Stuart Lancaster's side can become the first England team since 2003 to secure the grand slam, by beating all their opponents in the Six Nations.

Robshaw told The Sun: "You are always judged on your next game and this is exactly what this is.

"It's a huge occasion and there is a massive opportunity for us to become part of rugby history if we deliver what we've talked about.

"But it's one thing talking about it in training, another thing doing it in front of 73,000 people and those watching on TV."

England's clash with Wales at the Millennium Stadium kicks off at 5pm GMT.

Chris Robshaw training for England
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