A hat-trick from Poppy Cleall saw England make it four wins from as many Women's Six Nations matches in a dominant victory over Wales, putting them on the brink of claiming the Grand Slam.

Cleall took control of proceedings with two tries in the opening 11 minutes before crossing for a third in the second half, with captain Emily Scarratt duly converting all three.

Katy Daley-McLean and Vicky Fleetwood both contributed to the runaway victory, with the latter's 38th-minute effort securing a bonus point in what became a 10-try triumph.

Harriet Millar-Mills touched down shortly after the break, before Amy Cokayne marked her 50th international appearance with a try of her own.

Wales were offered respite only by a 62nd-minute penalty try, after which Zoe Aldcroft, Hannah Botterman and Sarah McKenna produced a further three tries to cap a convincing win for England, who lead France by eight points at the summit having played a game more.

The clash at Twickenham Stoop is the only one to take place this weekend after fixtures in Glasgow and Dublin were postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

England's scheduled final match of the campaign in Italy has also been called off, casting doubt over when the tournament will reach a conclusion.

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