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15 February 2018, 07:24 | Glen Norman
Biggar and Faletau both start during Wales 24-22 win over South Africa in the 2017 Autumn Internationals
Wales fullback Anscombe's effort during the 12-6 defeat to England on Saturday was denied when television match official [TMO] Glenn Newman advised referee Jerome Garces that Anthony Watson had grounded the ball in the in-goal area first.
No one can categorically state that Wales would have won the game if the try had stood but it would have changed the complexion of the game without a doubt and it's possible we could be looking at a different Six Nations table.
"World Rugby has clarified to the Wales team management as part of the usual review process with teams that the TMO made an error in the application of law during the England versus Wales match at Twickenham", said a World Rugby spokesperson.
The Wales attack coach, Rob -Howley, expressed his gratitude that World Rugby had done so after Gatland had said he would be seeking clarification from the governing body for Newman's "terrible mistake". That's one of the traditions of rugby, you get on with it, you respect that decision.
Anscombe looked to get some downward pressure on the ball, but the TMO Glenn Newman ruled there was no clear evidence of grounding in what Gatland, after the match, called "a bad mistake". That phone call took place - I think it was Monday - and Alain Rolland confirmed on behalf of World Rugby that the TMO made a mistake. Sometimes you get the rub of the green, sometimes you don't.
"It was good to have dialogue with World Rugby".
It was a close call but many observers felt Anscombe had been first to the ball although, even after numerous replay viewings, there appeared to be some doubt as to whether he had grounded the ball correctly.
"I just think that once the game's done and dusted that's the game", he said.
"A lot of our players are familiar with the Irish players, and we will go there with a great chance of putting them under pressure".
Speaking on Sky Sports News, England's head-coach Eddie Jones expressed his belief that the statement doesn't do anyone any good. "The TMO did an excellent job".
It is another example of the pathway within England Rugby where if players impress they can make their way into the senior squad.
England performed a live scrummaging session against Georgia in west London yesterday as part of a two-day visit by the Eastern Europeans deigned to put the Six Nations champions' pack through their paces.
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