Jones: England practice like the All Blacks
Eddie Jones will lead England into battle at Murrayfield on Saturday confident that his side can secure the victory that would maintain their quest for a third successive Six Nations title under his guidance. But he hasn't always felt so assured.
England coach Jones declares love for West Ham
England coach Eddie Jones has revealed that he grew up supporting West Ham United due to their mix of artistic forwards and rugged defenders.
England coach Gustard under 'sword of Damocles'
Paul Gustard helped mould England's defence into one of the least hospitable in world rugby, but that doesn't mean he won't feel a little anxious as he sits alongside Eddie Jones at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Fantasy Rugby 2018: Week three preview
A week's break has left everyone salivating for international rugby and the Six Nations returns with Ireland hosting Wales, Scotland looking to end a 10-year-wait for a Calcutta Cup win against England and France vying with Italy for a first victory.
Fantasy Rugby 2018: Week three Six Nations preview.
Former England centre Tom May and Former Scotland scrum-half Rory Lawson preview who they feel will make the difference in their Fantasy Rugby sides ahead of the week three fixtures.
Six Nations preview: Wales out to end Ireland's Slam hopes
Two of New Zealand best rugby coaches do battle this weekend as Joe Schmidt's Ireland hope to keep their Six Nations Grand Slam hopes alive when Warren Gatland's Wales at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.
Biggar prepared for 6N return in oxygen unit
Dan Biggar will line up for Wales against Ireland on Saturday -- helped by repeated sessions in an oxygen therapy unit watching the American legal drama series Suits.
Schmidt: Ireland can't suddenly replace three Lions
Joe Schmidt admits Ireland are short on experience and they cannot 'suddenly replace' the world-class talent of the three British & Irish Lions that will miss their Six Nations clash with Wales on Saturday.
Daley-McLean: Crazy to underestimate Scotland at home
England Women fly-half Katy Daley-McLean hopes that her team can take the positives from previous Six Nations games against Italy and Wales to produce a third win on Friday evening.
Highlanders edge Blues in nine-try thriller
The New Zealand conference kicked off in supreme style as the Highlanders extended the Blues' poor run against Kiwi opposition with a seven-point victory.
Rebels thump Reds in season opener
Melbourne Rebels were the easybeats of Super Rugby in 2017. But with a new-look roster, including Will Genia, they made the perfect start to their 2018 campaign against Queensland Reds.
Super Rugby: NZ conference preview
The New Zealand conference will again be the most competitive in the revamped Super Rugby competition. We preview each of the five franchises here with the help of expert columnist Greg Growden.
Six Nations Preview: France, Italy vying for first win
To say it has been a less than spectacular 2018 Six Nations for Italy and France is being kind, but come Friday night one team will have registered their first victory of this year's competition.
France recall Bastareaud, ring changes vs. Italy
France coach Jacques Brunel has made five changes to his starting XV, with Mathieu Bastareaud starting the Six Nations clash with Italy in Marseille on Friday, with a further six new faces on the replacements bench.
O'Shea changes three for Italy vs. France
Conor O'Shea has made three changes to the Italian side which lost to Ireland as he goes in search of his first win in this year's Six Nations against France in Marseille on Friday.
Hodgson's new mission to keep rugby relevant in WA
Bitterness. Betrayal. Disgust. They're emotions you wouldn't dare begrudge Matt Hodgson. But if you think he's given up on rugby in Western Australia then think again, the club great is in for the long haul.
European review: Player of the week, flop & more
It was another action-packed weekend in Europe but who caught the eye, who had a game to forget, and what will we all be talking about ahead of the next round of fixtures?
Augspurger: Experience told in Chile victory
Nate Augspurger urged his USA Eagles teammates to "get the party started" at half-time of their Americas Rugby Championship clash with Chile. They responded by completing a 45-13 win, their third in this year's competition.
World Cup, England trump money for Haskell
No one could accuse James Haskell of lacking passion when it comes to pulling on an England shirt, and his desire to represent his country at one more Rugby World Cup is such that he is ready to take a hit to his earnings in order to stay in contention.
Gustard: England train for 'Underhill' moments
England train for moments such as Sam Underhill's try-saving tackle on Wales centre Scott Williams, according to England defence coach Paul Gustard.
Around 10,000 fans here at Twickenham for England's open training session. Eddie Jones keeping a watchful eye on his players.
Wasps confirm Cipriani departure
Danny Cipriani will leave Wasps once his contract expires at the end of the season, the Aviva Premiership club confirmed on Monday.
Eddie Jones, celebrity, fasting - word association with Danny Cipriani.
Danny Cipriani reveals his thoughts on all things rugby to Tom Hamilton in a game of word association.
Sir Nicholas Shehadie was a giant of world rugby
Greg Growden pays tribute to a man known as 'Nick' who's role in launching the Rugby World Cup should never be forgotten.
Cipriani: Marcus Smith can go as far as he wants to.
Danny Cipriani predicts a bright future for Harlequins' Marcus Smith and reveals his own discussions with England coach Eddie Jones.
Inside Italy's battle for Six Nations relevancy
A 31-point defeat by England on Sunday seems to mark yet another year of toil for Italy in the Six Nations. But behind the scorelines, coach Conor O'Shea is leading a quiet rugby revolution in a country that does not recognise the sport as professional.
Rewind: 40 years on from Edwards' historic 50 caps
Winning 50 caps in the modern era may not attract any more attention than passing notice, but Gareth Edwards' historic 50 from four decades ago still lives long in the memory and holds historic significance today.
Exclusive: Cipriani on misconceptions, England and spirituality
Ahead of the Six Nations, Danny Cipriani talks exclusively to ESPN about his England hopes, his spirituality and the misconceptions surrounding him.
Exclusive: Robshaw driven by Jones' great expectations
All those qualities England head coach Eddie Jones desires are personified by Chris Robshaw; the man who has weathered everything English rugby has endured and enjoyed over the last six years.
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