Victory against France came because of a very good performance from an England side bravely selected by Brian Ashton. The transformation from the side that was soundly beaten by Ireland two weeks ago was fantastic.
The French were perhaps over confident and a bit complacent. They thought just turning up at Twickenham would be enough to win the game.
Eight or nine England players were vying for the man-of-the-match award. Martin Corry's performance in the second row was fantastic. Tom Rees, who won the award, and Nick Easter were also great.
Harry Ellis has been England's most consistent performer so far this year. Toby Flood had a great game and he was replaced by Shane Geraghty who showed some wonderful touches.
Mike Catt's selection was a masterstroke. He directed the game superbly. David Strettle had another fine game and was unlucky not to be man-of-the match.
Wales will be a tougher prospect than France turned out to be but England can win in Cardiff as long as they don't get carried away with this victory.
Wales will be trying to avoid a whitewash and the wooden spoon. You can't get more powerful motivation than that.
They have got backs who are pacey and elusive and can score tries out of nothing. Their forwards are a little bit fragile but if they can guarantee 50 per cent of the ball their backs will do something with it.
England will be on a high after winning a game that everyone thought they could not win. Who at the beginning of the championship thought England would still be vying for the title?