Yeah I think that's fair about England by and large. Scrum half is definitely an area of weakness, although to be fair Danny Care has been superb for both club and country this season (albeit against limited opposition for England). 15 is a potential area of weakness, although Brown remains solid, if unspectacular, and in Daly/Nowell/Watson we have plenty have options to play there. The back row is weaker than Wales, albeit I think Wales' back row is often (and rightly based on individual quality) talked-up but never seems to quite deliver. Almost a case of too many options means they don't seem to know their best combination, and the obsession with Warburton means he always gets back in when his glass body has healed, regardless of how well anyone else has done. Mind you England have some bloody good players coming through in that area so I think that gap will be bridged soon. We also have issues in the centres, although that's partially masked by Farrell playing at 12. I think generally, if both teams could pick a fit first XV, there wouldn't be much between them. I think England's front 5 would possibly be the difference, plus the strength they can always seem to bring off the bench. And ultimately that's the big difference. Wales have a great XV and a reasonable 22 to pick from when everyone is fit, but when they do get injuries there is then a big drop off (in some positions at least) to those who come in. It's where England and New Zealand look very strong at the moment, because there is such a large pool of strong players to pick from, whereas other nations are all reliant on keeping people fit. I do really hope we get a World Cup where everyone is fit (for all teams) in 2019.