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32dReuters

Farrell has thumb surgery ahead of Six Nations

England captain Owen Farrell has had surgery on an injured thumb just two weeks before their Six Nations opener with champions Ireland in Dublin but is still expected to be fit to play.

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72dReuters

Injured Itoje expected to be fit for Six Nations

Maro Itoje is expected to be fit for the start of the Six Nations in February after Saracens' director of rugby Mark McCall said the England forward does not need surgery to repair a knee injury.

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112dESPN

Lozowski ban extended to four weeks

England centre Alex Lozowski has been banned for a further two weeks following a European Rugby disciplinary hearing in London on Wednesday.

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128dESPN

Billy Vunipola out of autumn internationals

England will be without Billy Vunipola for the autumn internationals after he fractured his arm in Saracens' win over Glasgow Warriors at the weekend.

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128dReuters

Vunipola brothers both injured in Saracens win

Billy and Mako Vunipola both went off injured in Saracens' victory over Glasgow on Sunday, putting their participation in England's Autumn internationals in doubt.

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143dESPN

Saracens, Exeter ahead of the rest - Solomons

Saracens and Exeter Chiefs' blistering start to the Premiership season shows they are ahead of the rest of the division, according to Worcester's Alan Solomons.

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185dESPN

Ashton suspension fears after red card

England and Sale Sharks wing Chris Ashton could face further disciplinary action after he was sent off in a pre-season friendly in France.

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203dESPN

Mako, Billy Vunipola extend Saracens deals

England internationals Mako and Billy Vunipola have extended their contracts with Premiership champions Saracens until 2022.

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254dESPN Staff

Springboks recall Brits from retirement

The former Saracens hooker, who was in South Africa on holiday, won the last of his 10 Test caps at the 2015 Rugby World Cup and attended the first Test against England at Ellis Park as a fan.

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Weekend review: Player of the weekend, flop & more

Leinster and Saracens fans were smiling this weekend as domestic honours were secured, while Castres set up a mouthwatering Top 14 final in Paris next weekend.

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272dJames Harrington

Weekend predictions: Prem, PRO14, Top 14

James Harrington runs the rule over the Aviva Premiership and PRO14 finals, plus the Top 14 semifinals, to predict which player will shine brightest, who will have an afternoon to forget and a whole lot more.

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274dPA Sport

Vunipola set to start Premiership final

Billy Vunipola is expected to start Saracens' Aviva Premiership final against Exeter at Twickenham on Saturday despite coming off at halftime in Saracens' semifinal victory over Wasps.

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273dPA Sport

Saracens reluctant to let Sanderson go

Saracens would be reluctant to lose Alex Sanderson to England after Mark McCall revealed he is seen as his eventual successor as the club's director of rugby.

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276d

Weekend review: Player of the weekend, flop & more

Plenty was sorted out over an enthralling few days but who shone, who had a weekend to forget and what will fans be talking about ahead of a busy period of domestic action?

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279dESPN Staff

Weekend predictions: Prem, PRO14, Top 14

Following eight months of intense competition four teams are left battling for silverware in the Aviva Premiership and PRO14, while Castres, Lyon, Toulon and Toulouse target a place in the Top 14 semifinals.

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278dMartyn Thomas

Playoffs add spice to Premiership title race

The 2017-18 Aviva Premiership semifinals take place with Newcastle looking to emulate champions Exeter by beating the Chiefs and punching their ticket to Twickenham.

2019 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • SARAC3rd
    TRIES SCORED 1st Leinster : 27 Tries Scored
    LEINS1st
    23
    27
  • SARAC2nd
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 116 Points Difference
    LEINS1st
    104
    116