Wales went into the start of the Six Nations with a number of injury concerns but breezed past Scotland at the Principality Stadium.
Warren Gatland's men secured a 34-7 victory and they will now travel to Twickenham for their biggest test of the tournament.
They will be hoping to become the first side to beat England on their home ground under coach Eddie Jones and Evans insists the Welsh camp are confident of pulling off the upset.
"It's Wales versus England, and I know there is a lot of hype there, but we are really happy with the result last week and so there is a good vibe in the squad," he told Sky Sports.
"Obviously that helps after a good win, but we aren't afraid of anything. We are looking forward to playing England on the weekend. We are there to do a job, really, and get a result, so that is the main priority for us."