Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones says he is not concerned by England coach Eddie Jones' comments about his behaviour and the "bottle" of fly‑half Rhys Patchell.
Eddie Jones complained to World Rugby about the lock confronting referee Pascal Gauzere as Wales beat Scotland 34‑7 last week.
He also questioned whether Patchell, could cope with the pressure of Twickenham when Wales take on England 4.45am tomorrow in the Six Nations.
Patchell has made six appearances for Wales but has started only once at fly‑half, in the win against the Scots.
He has been given his chance in the absence of the injured Dan Biggar and Rhys Priestland and is one of seven players in Warren Gatland's team who have never played an international at Twickenham.
In other matches in the Six Nations, Ireland will take on Itlay at 2.15am tomorrow, Scotland will take on France at 3am Monday.
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