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James Haskell has warned his England teammates that they must be ready for the cauldron that is Cardiff when they take on Wales on Saturday.
Grand Slam champions England got their 2017 RBS 6 Nations campaign off to a winning start with a 19-16 success at home to France, but now travel to take on Wales at Principality Stadium.
Haskell was part of the team beaten 30-3 in the final round of the 2013 RBS 6 Nations, when England were denied not only the Grand Slam, but also the title as a result of the loss.
On that occasion Haskell admits the deafening atmosphere got to the Red Rose a little, and he wants Eddie Jones' side to be ready this time around.
"When we went there [in 2013] and lost the Grand Slam we were a bit wet behind the ears in terms of what to expect," said Haskell.
"Last time we understood. It is about not being distracted by the sideshow, by the crowd and the noise. You have to go there, deliver your job and then leave.
"It is important to understand Wales will come at us very fired up, match that passion and deal with the game in little sections. If anything goes right, realise why it is going right and keep doing it. If something goes wrong, how can we adjust it on the spot? That is what sides have done there when we have won."
Haskell came off the bench in the win over France, making a big impact in the build-up to Ben Te'o's match-winning try.
He has been on the comeback trail from toe surgery, however, and Jones admitted he will likely continue in a bench role until he has more game time under his belt.
Jones said: "He had a serious injury and has got through two-thirds of a club game and 20 minutes of Test rugby."
"It is important we keep building him up. He might be ready by the end of the tournament to start starting games."