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Ireland's Josh Van der Flier named World Rugby Player of the Year
Van der Flier started in all 11 tests this season and scored four tries.See the Story
49% Center coverage: 8 sources
Eddie Jones in jibe at Rassie Erasmus over criticism of referees
Eddie Jones insists referees must be treated with respect. South Africa will be without Rassie Erasmus at Twickenham. Ellis Genge and Jack Nowell are dropped as part of four changes to the starting XV. Manu Tuilagi wins his 50th cap on Saturday.See the Story
60% Left coverage: 5 sources
Georgia stun Wales with famous win in Cardiff
Wales suffered an embarrassing defeat as unfancied Georgia claimed a famous 13-12 Autumn Nations Series victory at the Principality Stadium.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 4 sources
Latest News Stories
URC: Stormers and Ulster ease past Scarlets and Zebre Parma
United Rugby Championship title hopefuls the Stormers and Ulster claimed bonus-point wins over Scarlets and Zebre Parma in Friday's games.See the Story
Premiership: Luatua back for Bristol Bears, Nadolo set for Tigers farewell
The teams have been named for this weekend's Premiership games, including the clash between defending champions Leicester Tigers and bottom-placed London Irish at Welford Road on Sunday. Check out the teams and our predictions for all of the weekend's matches, here. The teams:. Harlequins v Gloucester: Harlequin have won their last two Premiership Rugby. fixtures, at Sale and at home to London Irish, and have not won three in. succession in the competition since April.See the Story
Wales get Autumn Nations Series back on track with battling win over Argentina
Taulupe Faletau and Tomos Williams score tries as Wales beat Argentina 20-13. Fly-half Gareth Anscombe kicked two conversions and a penalty. Rhys Priestland added a second-half penalty for Wales. Emiliano Boffelli landed two penalties for the Pumas. Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro added a try for Argentina.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Europe · Twickenham
England 29-30 Argentina: Pumas land famous win at Twickenham
England made a sobering start to their autumn campaign as Argentina shocked an 80,000-strong Twickenham crowd with an audacious and deserved victory. See the Story
43% Left coverage: 14 sources
Sports · England
England vs Argentina LIVE! Autumn Nations Series
Argentina beat England for the first time in 13 years. Only their second-ever victory at Twickenham. Manu Tuilagi made his first England appearance in a year because of hamstring and knee injuries. Joe Cokanasiga was a far greater threat than in the July series opener.See the Story
60% Right coverage: 5 sources
South Africa · South Africa
Autumn Internationals: Ireland v South Africa updates
World champions travel to the Aviva Stadium to take on the world's number one ranked side. Jimmy OBrien makes his Ireland debut at 13 as Conor Murray limps off. Lood de Jager is off, Franco Mostert on at secondrow and Gibson-Park enters the fray.See the Story
40% Left coverage: 10 sources
Rugby World Cup
England's women thrash Australia to reach semi-finals
Canada beat USA 32-11 to reach Rugby World Cup semi-final. Third-ranked side will face England in New Zealand. Exeter Chiefs lock McKinley Hunt and Stade Bordelais Lionesses loose forward Karen Paquin scored tries for Canada. Ex-Worcester Warrior Paige Farries claimed her fourth try of the tournament.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 4 sources
Rugby-RFU confirms Wasps to be relegated to Championship
Wasps will be relegated from the top-flight Premiership to the second-tier Championship. The club was suspended for going into administration earlier this month. The RFU said that it was working with Wasps, the club's administrators and the Premiership to look into the possibility of a buyer.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 6 sources