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1dDanny Cipriani

Cipriani: Tough wins becoming habit for England

England have opened their bid for a third successive Six Nations crown with two very different, yet equally impressive, victories.

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2dMartyn Thomas

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.

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2dMartyn Thomas

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.

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3dESPN Staff

RFU releases anti-doping report

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has admitted an Aviva Premiership player could go an entire season without being tested as it published its annual doping report for the 2016-17 season.

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3dPA Sport

Marler: I'm missing things I want to be part of

Joe Marler has revealed that banishing his family from the living room in order to watch England face Wales has sharpened his determination to address the indiscipline that has afflicted his career.

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6dPA Sport

Simmonds a doubt for Jones's England

Sam Simmonds is a major doubt for England's Six Nations clash with Scotland after being omitted from a squad selected for this week's training camp in London.

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6dMartyn Thomas

Anscombe 'try': Yes or No?

As World Rugby meets on Monday to conduct its review into England's victory over Wales on Saturday, top of the agenda will be the decision not to award Gareth Anscombe's first-half 'try'.

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6dPA Sport

Hartley keen to test scrum against Georgia

England will scrummage against Georgia this week with Dylan Hartley outlining the consequences if they fail to view the sessions as anything other than the equivalent of a Test match.

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7dNick Bewley

Fantasy Rugby Team of the Week: Round Two

ESPN breaks down the big performers from round two of the Six Nations as England, Ireland and Scotland all recorded victories.

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7dPA Sport

Jones launches stern defence of England's Brown

Eddie Jones has described Mike Brown as the Peter Shilton of rugby after mounting an angry defence of England's fullback following their Six Nations defeat of Wales at Twickenham.

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8dMartyn Thomas

Gatland laments TMO's 'terrible mistake' on try

Wales coach Warren Gatland was stunned by the no-try decision made by TMO Glenn Newman at Twickenham, as Gareth Anscombe was denied what could have been a match-winning try.

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8dPA Sport

O'Shea: Ireland will deny England third 6N title

Conor O'Shea has backed Ireland to win the 2018 Six Nations title following the Azzurri's 56-19 defeat to Joe Schmidt's side in Dublin.

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8dMartyn Thomas

Defence proves best form of attack for Eddie Jones' England

Wales had their chances against England at Twickenham, but Eddie Jones' commitment to defence runs deep, as proved by a match-winning tackle by Sam Underhill on his first Six Nations appearance at Twickenham.

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9dESPN Staff

Cipriani will be a keen spectator 10 years on

Danny Cipriani won't be involved on the field when England host Wales in the Six Nations Saturday but he will be an interested spectator of what promises to be a ferocious battle.

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9dKaty Daley-McLean

Daley-McLean: England must cut out errors

England Women fly-half Katy McLean admits her side were below par against Italy -- despite winning 42-7 -- and she expects Wales to come out fighting on Saturday.

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10dPA Sport

Jones slams Wales captain, files WR complaint

Eddie Jones has lodged a complaint with World Rugby over the conduct of Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones towards referee Pascal Gauzere in Cardiff last Saturday.

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10dNick Bewley

Fantasy Rugby 2018: Week two preview

Ahead of the week two of the Six Nations, ESPN looks at the players you should consider bringing in -- or transferring out -- to make your Fantasy Rugby side tick this weekend.

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10dMartyn Thomas

Care to become England's most-capped No. 9

Danny Care will become England's most-capped scrum-half on Saturday after Eddie Jones made two changes to his starting XV for the Six Nations clash with Wales.

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10dMartyn Thomas

Six Nations preview: England vs. Wales

Wales travel to Twickenham full of confidence following their victory over Scotland, but will it be enough against the back-to-back champions?

2018 RankingsSix Nations

  • TRIES SCORED
    1st 9 Tries
  • ENG2nd
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Ireland : 39 Points Difference
    IRE1st
    37
    39