Robshaw: Scottish 'tricks' won't faze England
Chris Robshaw has warned Scotland that any dirty tricks campaign at Murrayfield on Saturday will only succeed in making England stronger as Eddie Jones' side put their unbeaten start to the Six Nations on the line.
Williams wary of the class of 'my coach' Sexton
Liam Williams is ready for an appointment with the player he describes as "my coach" when Wales tackle Johnny Sexton and Six Nations rivals Ireland on Saturday.
Bastareaud helps France smash Italy
Mathieu Bastareaud returned from suspension to help France defeat Italy 34-17 in their Six Nations clash in Marseille.
Reputations, title hopes on the line in Edinburgh
England will roll into Murrayfield on Saturday afternoon battling more than just the elements and 23 players in dark blue. The whole of Scotland will be eager to see them sent packing.
Can England continue Calcutta Cup dominance?
Tom May and Rory Lawson look ahead to the third week of Six Nations action as Scotland and England face off for the Calcutta Cup.
Borthwick: We're prepared for Scotland games
England forwards coach Steve Borthwick insists Eddie Jones' side are ready for any Scottish gamesmanship in the build-up to Saturday's Six Nations Calcutta Cup clash at Murrayfield.
'He was on a mission': Laidlaw's hard work paying off
Scotland's hopes of recording a first Calcutta Cup victory in 10 years will rest fairly heavily on the right boot of Greig Laidlaw.
Best confident of Sexton fitness
Rory Best has insisted Johnny Sexton will shake off a sore back and be fully fit for Saturday's Six Nations clash with Wales in Dublin.
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.
Syria, kids keep Ireland's Earls grounded
Ireland might be fighting for a Six Nations Grand Slam when they travel to England to face Eddie Jones' side on St Patrick's weekend, but having kids and the war in Syria keeps things in perspective for Munster's Keith Earls.
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.
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.
Hartley: England are sound tactically.
Captain Dylan Hartley says England are ready to face Scotland in Saturday's Calcutta Cup match.
Schmidt: Ireland can't suddenly replace 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.
Schmidt hand forced for Ireland vs. Wales
Irish head coach Joe Schmidt has made five changes to his side's Six Nations team for Ireland vs. Wales at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.
England recall Hughes for Calcutta Cup
Eddie Jones has made one change to his side for England's Calcutta Cup clash with Scotland as Nathan Hughes returns at No. 8.
Lawes: England must target Scotland's Russell
Courtney Lawes insists England must prevent Finn Russell from leaving his imprint on Saturday's Calcutta Cup showdown if Scotland are to be toppled at Murrayfield.
Dallaglio: Gatland could lead All Blacks
Former Rugby World Cup winner Lawrence Dallaglio insists Warren Gatland could achieve "spectacular things" as a future All Blacks head coach.
Joseph: You've got to put your trust in Jones
Jonathan Joseph accepts that his outside centre duel with Ben Te'o means his England place is always shrouded in uncertainty but insists the players have to put their trust in head coach Eddie Jones.
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.
Unchanged Scotland out to end England streak
Gregor Townsend has kept faith with the same starting XV that defeated France for Scotland's Calcutta Cup clash with England in the Six Nations this Saturday.
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.
Te'o: I won't be fazed by Scottish hostilities
Ben Te'o will shrug off any anti-English enmity at Murrayfield on Saturday having been exposed to more hostile environments.
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.
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