By Will Kelleher For The Daily Mail
Published: 22:31 GMT, 3 March 2020 | Updated: 23:50 GMT, 3 March 2020
Sam Warburton may have seen the Wales-England rivalry become friendlier in recent years but he called on his players to make themselves heroes at Twickenham on Saturday.
The two-time Lions captain and Welsh legend who won 74 caps for his country and led them for six years is now part of Wayne Pivac’s back-room team.
And he is no stranger to the white-hot atmosphere of this weekend’s cross-border clash.
Wales legend Sam Warburton is no stranger to the white-hot atmosphere of England clash
Having won twice at Twickenham – in 2012 and at the 2015 World Cup – Warburton wants his squad to follow in his footsteps.
‘There are great memories going to Twickenham and hopefully we can replicate it,’ he said.
‘If the boys do get a win, for sure, it will be one of the highlights of their careers. It’s a fantastic place to go.
‘I always got on really well with the England boys on the Lions tour. I know that’s not what Welsh fans want to hear – they want to hear of a huge rivalry. But I really liked the English lads.
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‘Rather than the personal rivalries, the players get more energised over the