Leicester prop Ayerza announces retirement
Leicester prop Marcos Ayerza has retired from professional rugby.
World Rugby reveals details of new global calendar
World Rugby has released details of the post-2019 global calendar, which it says will increase matches between Tier One and Two nations by 39 percent.
Test rugby returns to Canberra
Test rugby is returning to Canberra with the Australian Rugby Union announcing Monday the Wallabies will host Argentina in the Australian capital in September.
2016 in numbers: From a lack of drop-goals to the 110-year wait
It was the year of Eddie's England, of the Irish in Chicago and all of the All Blacks continuing to win, most of the time anyway. This was 2016, by the numbers....
England to face Australia, Argentina and Samoa
England have confirmed matches against Argentina, Australia and Samoa in the 2017 Old Mutual Wealth series.
Pieretto gets seven-week ban for stamp on Marler
Argentina's prop Enrique Pieretto has been handed a seven-week ban for his stamp on the face of Joe Marler in last Saturday's clash with England at Twickenham.
Elliot Daly hit with three-week ban
Elliot Daly has been suspended for three weeks following his red card in Saturday's Test match between England and Argentina.
Gustard: 'I don't want to be an ordinary coach'
Playing 75 minutes with a man down was uncharted territory for England's defence guru Paul Gustard but he took immense pride in the way they rallied and readjusted to beat Argentina 27-14.
The rugby power rankings
With just England's match against Australia to come, we give our take on the true order of world rugby, ranking the Rugby Championship and Six Nations sides as 2016's rugby calendar nears its end
The big story for each top rugby nation - week 4
It was a good week for England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland and New Zealand, while the Springboks, Italy, France, Australia and Argentina fell to defeat.
Referee decisions key, as England defeat Argentina
England beat Argentina 27-14 but that scoreline tells little of a match which was packed with incident, controversy and ultimately, courage.
Daly becomes fifth England red card ever
Elliot Daly became only the fifth England player to be sent off in history and the first since 2005 as he saw red Argentina at Twickenham.
England extend unbeaten run despite early Daly red card
England swept to a 27-14 win over Argentina at Twickenham despite early Daly red card
Pumas punishing travel the cost of devlopment
Argentina head coach Daniel Hourcade views the Pumas' punishing schedule as the temporary but necessary cost of developing into a heavyweight of the game.
Wounded Pumas fired by World Cup fear - Jones
Eddie Jones insists Argentina's season-ending assault on England at Twickenham will be inspired by their determination to avoid a tough Rugby World Cup group.
Hernandez at fly-half for Argentina against England
Argentina head coach Daniel Hourcade has switched Juan Martin Hernandez to fly-half to replace the injured Nicolas Sanchez for their final autumn international with England on Saturday.
Wood and Kruis start as England change four
England have made four changes for Saturday's match against Argentina with Tom Wood, George Kruis, Jonny May and Mike Brown returning to the starting 15.
Kruis: England boosted by brotherhood
Saracens' England contingent have been compared with Manchester United's 'Class of 92' -- and George Kruis believes the same sense of brotherhood is developing among Eddie Jones' men.
George determined to impress for England
Jamie George has come to terms with playing a supporting role to England's captain by accepting he is aiming for minutes not starts.
Pumas to put scrum pressure on England's Hartley
Argentina hope to get on top of England's powerful scrum by seeing if they can heap the set-piece pressure on captain Dylan Hartley this weekend.
England's Rokoduguni dropped for Pumas clash
Semesa Rokoduguni has been dropped for England's clash with Argentina on Saturday despite scoring two tries against Fiji.
The big story for each top rugby nation - week 3
England keep on rolling, Australia made it three on the trot, Scotland and Wales won, just about, Italy piled the pressure on South Africa and All Blacks are back to winning ways.
Laidlaw delighted with Scotland resolve
Scotland skipper Greig Laidlaw thinks his side got their reward for refusing to panic in their 19-16 win over Argentina
Laidlaw penalty clinches win for Scotland
Skipper Greig Laidlaw rescued a win for scrappy Scotland as he slotted over a last-gasp penalty to seal a 19-16 win over Argentina.
Scotland make four changes for Pumas
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has named Tommy Seymour on the left wing in one of four changes to the Scottish team that will start against Argentina at Murrayfield on Saturday.
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