Global Rugby News for 21 Oct 2019
New Zealand flanker Sam Cane is relishing facing up to England's "pretty impressive" Tom Curry and Sam Underhill in their Rugby World Cup semi-final on Saturday, with the battle at the breakdown key... to advancing to the final.
Stuart Barnes reflects on England's most complete performance under Eddie Jones and assesses their and Wales' Rugby World Cup semi-final chances against two southern hemisphere heavyweights...
Wales back-row forward Josh Navidi has been ruled out of the Rugby World Cup with a hamstring injury.
The Sharks have confirmed that retired Springbok Pat Lambie will join the franchise as a coaching consultant for the 2020 Super Rugby season.
Despite boasting a 100 per cent record, Springbok number eight Duane Vermeulen believes his team must improve their lineout against Wales.
England have been handed some positive news regarding Jonny May and Jack Nowell ahead of their World Cup fixture with New Zealand.
England expect to face New Zealand in Saturday's World Cup semi-final with a fully fit squad after delivering a positive bulletin on Jonny May and Jack Nowell.
It's time for our Monday wrap of who has their name in lights and who is making the headlines for all the wrong reasons over the past week.
France want Rugby World Cup referee Jaco Peyper to be investigated after he was pictured mocking the red card he awarded Sebastien Vahaamahina for an elbow on Wales' Aaron Wainwright.
France have called for an investigation into a photograph of referee Jaco Peyper in which he makes fun of Sebastien Vahaamahina's act.