Saturday's World Cup group game between England and Wales will be the third meeting of the two sides in the competition.
In terms of the number of games won it's currently all square, with both sides having one victory each.
Both games took place in Brisbane, Australia in the 1987 and 2003 tournaments, and both were quarter-final matches.
Wales won the first encounter 16-3 with tries from Gareth Roberts, John Devereux and Robert Jones.
New Zealand were waiting in the semi-final for Wales though as the All Blacks steamrolled their way to World Cup glory.
Aggregate score between England and Wales at Rugby World Cups
England v Wales at the Rugby World Cup: wins
England v Wales at the Rugby World Cup: tries
The repeat fixture in 2003 saw England walk away with a 28-17 victory.
Wales scored more tries than England that day - three to England's one. It was Jonny Wilkinson's kicking that was the decisive factor between the two sides. He successfully kicked six penalties, one conversion and one drop goal.
Overall it means that Wales have scored six tries to England's one, and three conversions to England's one.
England have scored seven penalties though to Wales' one and one drop goal to Wales' none.
It means the overall score in World Cup clashes between the two sides is 33-31 in Wales' favour.