The Springbok side to face Wales remains unchanged to the one that toppled Scotland at Murrayfield, aside from the inclusion of fit-again Eben Etzebeth... Read more
All Black coach Steve Hansen has made 11 changes to the side that lost to Ireland last weekend. Damian McKenzie and Beauden Barrett however... Read more
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus has cautioned Ireland after their heroic win over the All Blacks, that their World Cup preparation may have been made... Read more
In the absence of Faf De Klerk for Saturday’s Welsh clash, Springbok backline coach Mzwandile Stick believes the squad’s two young scrummies will gain valuable test... Read more
A calf injury means Chris Ashton will not be available for England's clash with Australia at Twickenham.
Wales will be without Leigh Halfpenny for the visit of South Africa to Cardiff on Saturday.
Former winger and Welsh great Shane Williams has picked a Welsh XV that he believes will beat the Springboks. 87-test Williams voiced his pre-match... Read more
Welsh coach Warren Gatland has expressed his hopes that the media will leave one topic alone in the build up to Saturday’s clash against... Read more
Sean O’Brien had surgery on his broken arm and will be out for between eight and 12 weeks, Leinster revealed on Monday.
Steve Hansen's All Blacks contract expires after the World Cup and he will announce his future in the coming weeks.
World Rugby has turned a blind eye to what seemed to be a clear headbutt from Springbok captain Siya Kolisi. Kolisi in the 30th... Read more
Rassie Erasmus, while elated with what he referred to as “a special night” at Murrayfield, does not believe that there was a lot separating... Read more
Kieran Read said New Zealand could not have thrown any more at Ireland, but must learn lessons from their Dublin defeat.
For the first time in their history Ireland beat New Zealand on home soil, toppling the world champions with a fine performance in Dublin.
Handre Pollard scored 18 points as South Africa became only the second side in 12 matches to beat Scotland at Murrayfield.
Eddie Jones had urged England to "smash" Japan and he thinks those comments were ringing in the Brave Blossoms' ears at Twickenham.