Wales attack coach Alex King believes that Wales should not fear England when they face off in their crucial Six Nations Test at Twickenham this Saturday. King, who himself played for England as a fly-half, thinks that adopting a "no fear policy" will benefit Wales as they attempt to shock their opponents on home soil. Wales got off to a poor start in the Six Nations, falling behind Scotland by 20 points at half-time in their Championship opener last week. Despite mounting a comeback, they narrowly lost 27-26. On the other hand, England secured a narrow 27-24 victory over Italy. King acknowledges that England have a strong defensive line speed and forwards pack, but he believes that they are beatable. He also emphasizes his commitment to the Welsh team, having been in his role for over a year and embracing the Welsh culture.