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4dReuters

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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14dAAP

Campese: players must take some blame

World Cup-winning legend David Campese believes Rugby Australia would be panicking if it gambled on an overseas replacement for beleaguered Wallabies coach Michael Cheika.

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17dESPN

Burgess: Egos to blame for '15 RWC exit, not me

Sam Burgess says "individual egos and selfish players" led to England's exit from the 2015 Rugby World Cup, rather than his controversial inclusion in the squad.

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19dESPN Staff

What we learned about rugby's top sides this November

New Zealand were beaten, Ireland and Wales were not. England secured important results while Australia looked broken. ESPN looks at the key takeaways from this month.

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20dAAP

England prop's brutal sledge for Wallabies

England prop Kyle Sinckler used a sledge to remind the Wallabies of their off-field issues in his team's Test win at Twickenham.

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20dReuters

Cheika hits out at 'ludicrous' Farrell decision

Australia coach Michael Cheika was incensed at what he called the "ludicrous decision" not to penalise Owen Farrell for a no-arms tackle on Izack Rodda.

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20dReuters

England far too strong for woeful Wallabies

England completed a highly satisfying November series with a crushing 37-18 four-try victory over a ragged Australia on Saturday.

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21dAAP

Pocock ruled out of England Test

Talismanic Wallabies back-rower David Pocock has been ruled out Saturday's clash with England after failing a late fitness test.

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22dReuters

Pocock fit to face England; Beale dropped

David Pocock will start at No.8 for Australia against England after overcoming a neck injury, as Kurtley Beale was dropped from Michael Cheika's 23-man squad.

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22dTom Hamilton

Tuilagi, Hartley on bench for Australia

Manu Tuilagi and Dylan Hartley are both on the bench for England's final November international against Australia with Joe Cokanasiga named on the wing.

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23dESPN

Jones accuses Wallabies of Pocock mind games

England coach Eddie Jones believes Australia are playing mind games over David Pocock's fitness ahead of Saturday's Test and fully expects the talismanic flanker to play at Twickenham.

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24dESPN

England's Ashton out of Australia clash

England wing Chris Ashton will miss Saturday's final autumn international against Australia after picking up a calf injury in the win over Japan.

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25dAAP

Genia focused on Indigenous honour, win, over cap 100

Wallabies veteran Will Genia will bring up his 100th Test cap against England this weekend, but the scrum-half says the Indigenous jersey and, or course, a first win in five over the Auld Enemy, are far more important.

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26dGreg Growden

Wallabies win, but Dublin classic highlights class gap

Ireland's historic win over the All Blacks was a magic moment for rugby, but highlighted just how large the gap is between Australia and those who actually know how to play the game.

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27dReuters

England dig deep to fend off Japan

Despite trailing at halftime, England found their try-scoring form in the second half to get the better of Japan at Twickenham.

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29dESPN

England rotate for Japan; Farrell, Hartley rested

Joe Cokanasiga will make his England debut against Japan on Saturday as Eddie Jones made 11 changes to the side that started in the defeat to New Zealand last weekend.

2018 RankingsSix Nations

  • ENG2nd
    TRIES SCORED 1st Ireland : 20 Tries Scored
    IRE1st
    14
    20
  • ENG4th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Ireland : 78 Points Difference
    IRE1st
    10
    78