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Under-pressure Pivac hands Williams rare Wales start

Wales handed a rare start to scrum-half Lloyd Williams and kept flanker James Botham in their lineup as they named their team to face England in the Autumn Nations Cup in Llanelli on Saturday.

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2dReuters

Ford back at fly-half for England against Wales

George Ford will start at fly-half for England against Wales in Llanelli on Saturday, with captain Owen Farrell joining Henry Slade in the centre.

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4dReuters

England wing Watson return to 25-man squad

Flanker Jack Willis, winger Anthony Watson and hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie have been included in Eddie Jones's extended 25-man squad to face Wales in the Nations Cup on Saturday, but centre Ollie Lawrence will miss the game with a hip injury.

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5dReuters

Jones: Liverpool meeting inspired May solo try

England head coach Eddie Jones has said a meeting with Premier League champions Liverpool inspired Jonny May's sensational try against Ireland.

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7dReuters

Spectacular May try helps England beat Ireland

Jonny May scored twice, including one of the all-time great individual Twickenham tries, as a dominant England overwhelmed an inexperienced Ireland 18-7 on Saturday to make it two wins out of two in the Nations Cup.

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9dReuters

England revert to World Cup back row for Ireland clash

England coach Eddie Jones has reverted to his World Cup back row of Tom Curry, Sam Underhill and Billy Vunipola for Saturday's Nations Cup match against Ireland at Twickenham.

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10dReuters

Ireland name Byrne in place of injured Sexton

Johnny Sexton's understudy at Leinster, Ross Byrne, will start in place of the injured Ireland captain in Saturday's clash with England as coach Andy Farrell made four changes from his side's opening Autumn Nations Cup win over Wales.

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10dReuters

Willis dropped as Underhill returns to squad

England flanker Jack Willis got a close-up view of how coach Eddie Jones operates on Tuesday when, days after scoring a try on debut in a 40-0 win over Georgia, the Premiership player of the year was omitted from a 25-man squad.

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12dReuters

Sexton, Henshaw ruled out of England clash

Ireland captain Johnny Sexton and centre Robbie Henshaw will miss Saturday's Autumn Nations Cup clash with England through injury, a major blow for Andy Farrell's side ahead of the potential Pool A decider.

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15dTom Hamilton

Willis to make England Test debut vs. Georgia

Jack Willis will make his Test debut against Georgia on Saturday at Twickenham in England's opening match of the Autumn Nations Cup.

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21dReuters

Marler, Daly back in England squad

Joe Marler and Elliot Daly have rejoined England's squad for the Autumn Nations Cup after recovering from injury, the Rugby Football Union (RFU) said on Saturday.

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26dTom Hamilton

England put full stop on a unique Six Nations

It took 273 days from start to finish to crown the 2020 Six Nations champions. England's name eventually sits next door to this year's championship, but the story of how we got to this bizarre, prolonged completion is unlikely to be repeated.

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29dReuters

Jones: Barbarians made rugby a 'laughing stock'

The cancellation of England's game against the Barbarians because of coronavirus protocol breaches made rugby a laughing stock, England coach Eddie Jones said on Thursday.

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29dReuters

Six Nations: Hill to make England debut vs. Italy

Exeter's Jonny Hill will make his England debut against Italy on Saturday after coach Eddie Jones named him as lock partner to Maro Itoje for the game in Rome where the Six Nations title is at stake.

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33dTom Hamilton

Jones names uncapped Umaga in 6N squad

Wasps' uncapped fly-half Jacob Umaga has earned a call up to England men's Six Nations squad ahead of Saturday's match against Italy in Rome.

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36dTom Hamilton

England-Barbarians off due to COVID breaches

England's match against the Barbarians on Sunday has been called off after players breached coronavirus regulations.

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32dReuters

Jones leaves out Spencer for training camp

England have left scrum-half Ben Spencer out of their 26-man training squad for a three-day camp this week as they step up preparations for the Autumn internationals.

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56dReuters

World Cup 2023 draw to use 2019 rankings

The draw for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France will take place in Paris on Dec. 14 using seedings based on the world rankings taken after last year's tournament, organisers said on Friday.

2020 RankingsSix Nations

  • ENG3rd
    Tries Scored 1st France : 17 Tries Scored
    FRA1st
    14
    17
  • Points Difference
    1st 44 points