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20hPA Sport

Cheika subject of World Rugby probe

Michael Cheika's conduct during Australia's 30-6 defeat by England at Twickenham has been referred for investigation by World Rugby.

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1dMartyn Thomas

Test review: Player of the week, flop & more

Scotland came within a whisker of a famous win over New Zealand, while England outlasted Australia and Wales stuttered against Georgia, but who caught the eye and who had a weekend to forget?

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2dGreg Growden

Wallabies loss inevitable when half go missing

The Wallabies can complain about the influence of the referee all they want, but they were never going to beat England with that half-hearted effort - Greg Growden writes.

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3dPA Sport

Jones denies England got lucky

Head coach Eddie Jones bristled at suggestions England were fortunate with the officials' decisions after Saturday's 30-6 victory over Australia at Twickenham

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3dESPN Staff

November Tests: Who said what

Catch up on what was said following another busy Saturday of Test match action.

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3dTom Hamilton

Passion and physicality see England past Wallabies

England might have been flattered by the final scoreline but they answered their critics with a display full of heart, passion and physicality to beat Australia for a fifth successive time.

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4dPA Sport

Jones: Australia have shown lack of respect

Eddie Jones has accused Australia of showing a lack of respect to referee Ben O'Keeffe by declining to meet the official in favour of influencing him through the media.

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4dESPN Staff

Hartley wants winning start to Ashes season

Dylan Hartley will be keeping a close eye on the Ashes and hopes his England side can kick-start two months of Anglo-Australia rivalry with a win against the Wallabies on Saturday.

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4dESPN Staff

Cheika: England will try and bully us

Michael Cheika is expecting England to try and "bully" his Australia side on Saturday with their half-backs set for plenty of rough justice.

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5dIsaac Robinson

Resurgent Wallabies out for revenge

Will England improve on their showing against Argentina to down the Wallabies, or can Michael Cheika's men exact some revenge for last year's 3-0 home series defeat?

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5dMartyn Thomas

Weekend predictions: November Tests

The end-of-year internationals return once again but who is set for a big Saturday night, which player will shine and who has a long weekend ahead?

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7dPA Sport

Koroibete wishes Davies speedy recovery

Australia wing Marika Koroibete has wished Jonathan Davies a speedy recovery after the Wales centre was ruled out for six months by foot surgery.

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8dBrittany Mitchell

Beale: rugby's social media king

Kurtley Beale has surely become social media king after posting an Instagram photo in his budgy smugglers alongside Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.

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9dTom Hamilton

Jones challenges Australia to bring their best

Eddie Jones called on Australia to bring their "best game to Twickenham" on Saturday, but prop Mako Vunipola believes England must improve their cohesiveness or they will be "taken apart" by the Wallabies.

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9dGreg Growden

Genia a Catchpole ace for Wallabies in Wales

The 1966/67 Wallabies, a side that included Ken Catchpole, got together in Sydney on Friday night. Twenty-four hours later, Will Genia turned in a performance the great No.9 would be proud to call his own -- Greg Growden writes.

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10dAAP

Wallabies stand tall as Hooper equals unwanted record

Michael Cheika lauded the battling spirit of his Wallabies side after they secured a 29-21 win over Wales in Cardiff, though skipper Michael Hooper may have spent some time hiding in the sheds post match.

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10dESPN Staff

November Tests: Who said what

The November Test series is in full swing with Tier 1 Nations involved in six Test matches across the UK and Europe on Saturday.

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11dAAP

Wallabies great Lynagh joins team Twiggy

Wallabies great Michael Lynagh says became so concerned with the state of Australian rugby he felt compelled to help Andrew Forrest launch the Indo Pacific Rugby Championship.

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12dAAP

Kerevi sees off Hunt for Wallabies spot

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has rewarded Samu Kerevi for his strong showing against Japan by retaining him in the side to face Wales on Saturday in Cardiff.

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12dAAP

Wallabies see threats, opportunities in Welsh midfield

Tevita Kuridrani has warned Wales the Wallabies will target rookie centre Owen Williams in Saturday's Test in Cardiff, yet the Australian is also preparing for a huge showdown with Lions star Jonathan Davies.

2017 RankingsRugby Championship

  • AUS2nd
    TRIES SCORED 1st New Zealand : 35 Tries Scored
    NZ1st
    25
    35
  • AUS2nd
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st New Zealand : 127 Points Difference
    NZ1st
    16
    127