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1dSam Bruce

Shields jumps ship to Wasps, potentially England

Hurricanes back-rower Brad Shields has confirmed the worst kept secret in New Zealand rugby, announcing his move to Wasps and, down the track, a potential Test call-up with England.

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5dESPN Staff

Cruse extends Wasps stay

Wasps hooker Tom Cruse has joined Ashley Johnson in signing a new contract with the Aviva Premiership outfit.

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10dPA Sport

Young Wasps too strong for Ospreys

Wasps recorded the first win of their Anglo-Welsh Cup campaign on Friday night with a 36-12 victory over the Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium.

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17dPA Sport

Rampant Newcastle down Wasps in try-fest

Newcastle won a high-scoring Anglo-Welsh Cup tie against Wasps, edging a 14-try thriller 53-41. After an early Falcons penalty from Craig Willis, two tries within two minutes gave the hosts the advantage in a frantic opening period.

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22dESPN Staff

Wasps sign Carr after Springboks snub

Wasps have signed South African back row Nizaam Carr on a three-month contract as injury cover after the five-time capped Springbok was snubbed for their end of season tour.

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22dESPN Staff

Wasps duo to miss England training camp

Further doubt has been cast over the fitness of Elliot Daly and Matt Mullan, after it was confirmed that both players will miss England's training camp in Portugal.

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23dPA Sport

Injury scare for England trio in Wasps win

England are awaiting injury updates on Elliot Daly, Matt Mullan and Piers Francis after the trio were hurt during Wasps' 38-22 Aviva Premiership win at Northampton.

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23dPA Sport

Daly injured as Wasps beat Saints

Injuries to Elliot Daly and Matt Mullan were the only blemishes as Wasps continued to display signs of revival after a troubled start to the season in a 38-22 Aviva Premiership victory over Northampton.

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24dChris M. Jones

Launchbury: Wasps can 'kick on' at Saints

Wasps captain Joe Launchbury believes his struggling team has "got the monkey off our backs" and head to Northampton ready to prove they have recaptured the belief that powered them into last season's Aviva Premiership final.

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26dESPN Staff

Prem team news: Saracens rest Itoje

With Eddie Jones having named his squad for the November internationals, this weekend's Aviva Premiership games take on added incentive for the players selected as they bid to stake a claim for a starting place.

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29dPA Sport

Hughes leads the way as Wasps finally win

Wasps secured their first win in six matches as they ran in five tries against Harlequins, who lost Francis Saili to a serious late injury.

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32dESPN Staff

Weekend predictions: Champions, Challenge Cups

European club rugby is back for the second weekend in a row with another stacked fixture list. ESPN's experts predict which teams are set for a big weekend, which players will shine and where your attention should be trained across the two competitions.

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38dPA Sport

Ulster consign Wasps to fifth straight defeat

Two tries in as many minutes was enough for Ulster as Les Kiss' side saw off a spirited Wasps side 19-9 in the opening Champions Cup fixture at the Kingspan.

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40dESPN Staff

Champ Cup team news: Launchbury returns

The Champions Cup is back after a five month absence as 20 teams from seven countries compete for European club rugby's coveted prize.

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43dPA Sport

McCall: George can challenge Hartley

Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall looked ahead to Jamie George's duel with Dylan Hartley next Sunday after seeing the England hooker claim a hat trick of tries in a 38-19 victory over Wasps.

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44dPA Sport

George hat trick propels Saracens top

England hooker Jamie George scored a hat trick as Saracens condemned Wasps to a fourth successive defeat.

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50dPA Sport

Wasps boss cautious over Hughes fitness

Wasps director of rugby Dai Young placed a question mark over the fitness of Nathan Hughes after the England No. 8 limped off with a dead leg in a 25-9 Aviva Premiership defeat by Bath.

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50dPA Sport

Bath condemn Wasps to third straight defeat

Wasps fell to a third successive Aviva Premiership defeat while losing their England number eight Nathan Hughes to injury as Bath left the Ricoh Arena with a 25-9 win.

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51dPA Sport

Wasps must 'show more composure'

Wasps boss Dai Young has urged his players to show more composure when they face Aviva Premiership rivals Bath on Sunday.

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54dESPN Staff

English rugby rails against extended season

Premiership Rugby plans to extend the club season in England have been met with considerable resistance. ESPN rounds up who has said what on the issue.

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59dPA Sport

Exeter determined to 'lay marker' vs. Wasps

Exeter director of rugby Rob Baxter wants to lay down a marker against Wasps when last season's Aviva Premiership finalists meet at Sandy Park on Sunday.

2018 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • WASPS10th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Saracens : 13 Tries Scored
    SARAC1st
    5
    13
  • WASPS6th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Saracens : 46 Points Difference
    SARAC1st
    21
    46