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55dESPN 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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Scotland's Hogg fit for Argentina

Stuart Hogg has shaken off injury concerns to be named in Scotland's team to face Argentina at Murrayfield on Saturday.

62dJamie Braidwood

Springboks get smart to shut down flying Scots

Just as Scotland were showing why they are one of the most entertaining sides in world rugby, South Africa shut them down to show why they are one of the world's best.

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65dESPN Staff

Springboks make six changes for Scotland

Embrose Papier makes his starting Test debut while Duane Vermeulen replaces Warren Whiteley as Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus makes six changes to his starting side.

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Gray returns for Scotland vs. South Africa

Glasgow lock Jonny Gray has been recalled to the Scotland team for their game against South Africa this weekend as head coach Gregor Townsend attempts to beef up his pack for the visit of the Springboks.

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Etzebeth back, Whiteley questionable for Boks

South Africa will have Eben Etzebeth back in contention for Saturday's November international against Scotland at Murrayfield, but could be without number eight Warren Whiteley.

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72dSam Bruce

Power rankings: Rugby's best spines this November

Rugby is a team game, yet there are certain positions across the backs and forwards that have great influence over a team's success. We've looked at the spines for each of top 10 nations this November, rating them against their world rankings.

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Hogg returns to Scotland squad

Stuart Hogg has returned to Scotland's squad for their remaining three November fixtures after recovering from an ankle injury.

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Gatland sees 'lots of positives' in Wales win

Wales coach Warren Gatland was pleased with a rare win at the start of the November internationals in an error-strewn clash with Scotland on Saturday.

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Scotland's Gray, Wilson return for Wales clash

Jonny Gray, Hamish Watson and Ryan Wilson have been named in Scotland's starting line-up for the opening match of the autumn internationals against Wales.

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85dSam Bruce

Time referees start policing 'the gate' again

In a year where David Pocock returned from a sabbatical to romp to a John Eales Medal win and Wales skipper Sam Warburton was forced to retire, rugby officials have made one of the game's great arts more dangerous than ever -- Sam Bruce writes.

107dESPN Staff

World Rugby announce new TMO trial

Following the controversial impact of the TMO throughout Super Rugby and the June Test series, World Rugby have announced a new closed trial throughout the November Tests series that will see a revised scope the TMO can play in a match.

2018 RankingsSix Nations

  • SCOT5th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Ireland : 20 Tries Scored
  • SCOT5th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Ireland : 78 Points Difference