Aaron Ramsey is confident Wales will put on a better show against England at Wembley than they did on home soil.
Gary Speed's side suffered a 2-0 defeat to the Three Lions at the Millennium Stadium back in March.
A slow start cost Wales dear in Cardiff, as England burst out of the blocks and wrapped up the points early on.
Ramsey believes there will be no repeat of those shortcomings on Tuesday, when another all-British tussle unfolds at Wembley.
With Euro 2012 qualification points up for grabs, both sides are desperate to pick up a win, while national pride will also be at stake.
Wales skipper Ramsey said: "It's a derby game and everyone is looking forward to it. We have to control our emotions a bit, but we all know what our responsibilities are on the pitch.
"Hopefully we can start the game a bit better than we did last time against them. I'm sure we will give them a good go."
Four defeats in their opening four fixtures saw Wales' European Championship dream die, but they were able to pull off a shock on Friday as they beat high-flying Montenegro 2-0.
Ramsey claims there are plenty of positives they can take from that game and believes the side are starting to show signs of promise after nine months under Speed's guidance.
"It takes a bit of time to get used to new formations at the style of play that we wanted to play," he said.
"That (the first meeting with England) was one of the early games and we didn't start too cleverly.
"I think we have come on since then and we showed that in the last game, in the way that we played and the way we attacked. We created quite a few opportunities.
"The result we had in the last game will give us a lot of confidence and belief to go on and get a few more positive results in the next few games."