England were dumped out of the Rugby World Cup early on home soil three years ago, but Sam Burgess is not accepting the blame.
Victory over Hong Kong in Marseille ensures Canada will maintain their record of featuring in every edition of the Rugby World Cup.
A new set of initiatives aimed at improving the welfare of players have been announced by the Rugby Football Union.
Bernard Foley is targeting the Rugby World Cup after re-signing with Australia and the Waratahs.
Michael Cheika has come under increasing pressure, but James Horwill does not expect the head coach to lose his job.
A rule change means Rhys Webb is ineligible to play for Wales, but coach Warren Gatland remains hopeful of using the scrum-half.
John Mitchell is sure England can conquer New Zealand and win the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
With one year to go until the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Omnisport takes a look at five tournament debutants who could impress in Japan.
England's new defence coach will be former assistant John Mitchell, who previously led New Zealand in 28 Tests.
Japan will host the 2019 World Cup, which could be the last time 20 nations contest the rugby showpiece.
Schalk Brits believes he could earn a place in South Africa's World Cup squad after putting his retirement on hold.
Eddie Jones remains the right man to lead England into the Rugby World Cup, says Lewis Moody.
Despite defeats to the All Blacks, Philippe Saint-Andre feels France are finally on the right track after a spell in the doldrums.
Shaun Edwards is reportedly a man in demand, but Warren Gatland hopes he will stay with Wales for next year's Rugby World Cup.
After being deemed to have fielded ineligible players, Romania and Spain have appealed against Rugby World Cup qualifying sanctions.
Romania and Spain were found to have fielded ineligible players, meaning Russia will progress to next year's Rugby World Cup.