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Hartley, Daly doubtful for England vs. Ireland

Dylan Hartley and Elliot Daly have emerged as doubts for England's clash with Ireland just hours after being cleared to start the final round of the Six Nations.

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Daly fit for England's French test

Elliot Daly is available for England's Six Nations clash with France in Paris after completing his recovery from ankle and calf problems.

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Young lays into Wasps despite victory

Wasps head coach Dai Young condemned his side's performance despite beating London Irish 24-16 at the Ricoh Arena.

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Wasps: Hard not to question Lovobalavu red

Wasps director of rugby Dai Young has questioned the decision to suspend centre Gaby Lovobalavu for four games following an incident at the end of last weekend's clash with Exeter.

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Wasps fined over loan players

Wasps have been punished after playing too many loan players in last month's Anglo-Welsh Cup game against London Irish.

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Wasps beat Chiefs, but lose Cipriani to injury

Danny Cipriani hobbled off in the second-half as Wasps secured a hard-fought 13-7 win over Exeter that boosts their Aviva Pemiership playoff hopes.

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Wasps' Eastmond banned six weeks

Wasps centre Kyle Eastmond has been suspended for six weeks after two dangerous tackles during his side's 44-22 victory at Harlequins on Sunday.

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Wasps confirm Cipriani departure

Danny Cipriani will leave Wasps once his contract expires at the end of the season, the Aviva Premiership club confirmed on Monday.

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Quins falter against 14-man Wasps

Despite playing 63 minutes with 14 men, Wasps left the Stoop with an emphatic 44-22 victory over Harlequins.

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Wasps pay £20k for salary cap breach

Premiership Rugby has fined Wasps £20,264 for a breach of the salary cap during the 2016-17 season.

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Wasps enjoy eight-try rout of Leicester

Wasps finished their Anglo-Welsh Cup campaign in style with an eight-try 50-28 victory over last year's winners Leicester.

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Haskell to leave Wasps at end of season

Wasps have confirmed former captain and England flanker James Haskell will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season.

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Haskell on matchday meals, 'junk-food athletes'

James Haskell's return to England's training camp will give him a chance to keep an eye on any "junk-food athletes" within Eddie Jones' squad.

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Cokanasiga hat trick inspires rout of Wasps

Joe Cokanasiga scored a hat trick as London Irish roared to their first Anglo-Welsh Cup win in three attempts this season and left Wasps' chances of qualifying for the semifinals hanging by a thread after the 66-7 rout.

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Wasps and Ulster both out of Europe

Wasps ended their European Champions Cup group campaign on a winning note with a convincing 26-7 victory over Ulster at the Ricoh Arena.

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Haskell: I'd fight for one more England cap

After playing 75 Tests for England, James Haskell hopes he can return from his suspension and add to that tally as Eddie Jones prepares for the 2018 Six Nations.

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58dESPN Staff

Haskell: I never intended to be a role model

Wasps and England backrow James Haskell acknowledges that while he never aspired to be a role model, he understands that it is part of being an athlete in modern sport.

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61dESPN Staff

Weekend predictions: Champions, Challenge Cups

European rugby is back as the quarterfinal line-ups are finalised. ESPN's experts predict which teams are set for a big weekend, which players will shine and where your attention should be trained across the two competitions.

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62dESPN Staff

Wasps complete Sopoaga signing

Wasps director of rugby Dai Young hailed Lima Sopoaga as "world-class" after completing a deal to bring the All Blacks fly-half to the Aviva Premiership.

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Haskell a doubt for England's Six Nations start

James Haskell is in danger of missing the start of England's Six Nations title defence after being sent off in Wasps' dramatic 33-28 Champions Cup defeat by Harlequins.

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Haskell sees red as Wasps' Euro hopes fade

James Haskell was sent off for a dangerous tackle as Wasps collapsed to a dramatic 33-28 defeat by Harlequins that all but ends their European Champions Cup quest.

2018 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • WASPS3rd
    TRIES SCORED 1st Saracens : 24 Tries Scored
  • WASPS8th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 83 Points Difference