England start Watson in only change for France clash
Anthony Watson will replace injured Bath teammate Jonathan Joseph on the wing for England's clash France in the Autumn Nations Cup final on Sunday.
France field inexperienced team to face England
France coach Fabien Galthie named an inexperienced and youthful team as expected to face England in the final of the Autumn Nations Cup.
Sexton back for Ireland in Scotland clash
Fit-again captain Johnny Sexton will return when Ireland take on Scotland in their Autumn Nations Cup clash at the Aviva Stadium after coach Andy Farrell named the squad on Thursday.
Jaco van der Walt set for Scotland debut in Ireland
Debutant Jaco van der Walt is one of six Scotland changes to face Ireland in the Autumn Nations Cup at the weekend.
Wallabies not out to entertain in Tri Nations finale
Wallabies coach Dave Rennie says he feels no obligation for his side to entertain in Saturday's Tri Nations finale, instead setting his sights on a "quality performance" to round out his first season in charge.
Argentina backflip to restore Matera as Pumas captain
Pablo Matera will be restored to the Pumas captaincy despite his previous racist social media posts, with the Argentina Rugby Union set to reverse its original decision.
Cheika keen for round two as Wallabies coach
Former Wallabies coach Michael Cheika hasn't given up hope of one day returning to the role, despite a lack of success across his closing years in charge and an ugly fallout with Rugby Australia.
Robertson nearing NZR extension, role with Lions
Crusaders supercoach Scott Robertson is closing in on a role with the British & Irish Lions, as talks continue with New Zealand Rugby on a contract extension that will keep him in the mix to be the next All Blacks coach.
Rugby's Gosper to leave for NFL
World Rugby Chief Executive Brett Gosper will leave his role in Jan. 2021 to take over as the head of the National Football League (NFL) in Europe and the United Kingdom, rugby's global governing body announced on Wednesday.
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