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Worcester pick up first Prem win of season

Bryce Heem scored a hat trick of tries as Worcester picked up their first Aviva Premiership win of the season with a bonus-point 30-15 success over Northampton at Sixways.

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21dPA Sport

Ribbans signs new Saints deal

Northampton forward David Ribbans has agreed a new contract with the Aviva Premiership club.

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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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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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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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Kayser: Hartley deserved yellow, no more

Clermont hooker Benjamin Kayser has claimed it would be bad for the game to further punish Dylan Hartley for the yellow card he received during Northampton's Champions Cup defeat in France.

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Clermont condemn Saints to second loss

Northampton suffered a second straight Champions Cup defeat as they were beaten 24-7 by Clermont Auvergne in an ill-tempered affair at the Stade Marcel Michelin.

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38dPA Sport

Eight-try Saracens down Saints

Mark McCall's Saracens proved they're still the team to beat with an imperious win at Franklin's Gardens

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40dPA Sport

Farrell returns to Saracens action

Owen Farrell will return for the launch of Saracens' Champions Cup title defence as one of three possible reinforcements for Sunday's clash with Northampton.

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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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Gloucester end Saints' winning run

Northampton's four-match unbeaten run in the Aviva Premiership came to an end as they lost 29-24 in a thriller against Gloucester at Kingsholm.

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45dESPN Staff

North: Saints have more to give in Prem

Northampton and Wales wing George North says the Saints are 'nowhere near the perfect performance' despite traveling to the Kingsholm on top of the Premiership standings ahead of their clash with Gloucester.

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50dPA Sport

Sinckler cited for alleged eye gouge

England prop Kyle Sinckler has been cited for an alleged eye-gouging incident in Harlequins' Aviva Premiership defeat at Northampton on Saturday.

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Kingston dismisses claims of Sinckler gouge

Harlequins director of rugby John Kingston robustly defended Kyle Sinckler against a claim of gouging and then accused Northampton of foul play themselves after hooker Dave Ward was left with a gruesome black eye.

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Sinckler accused of gouging as Saints win

England prop Kyle Sinckler could face disciplinary action following an accusation of gouging made during Harlequins' 30-22 Aviva Premiership defeat by Northampton.

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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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Saints spoil London Irish homecoming

London Irish gave supporters little to celebrate on their first appearance of the season at the Madejski Stadium after falling to a 40-25 Aviva Premiership defeat to Northampton.

2018 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • NTHMP18th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Saracens : 13 Tries Scored
    SARAC1st
    2
    13
  • NTHMP20th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Saracens : 46 Points Difference
    SARAC1st
    -61
    46