Wales second row Alun Wyn Jones will be available to face Scotland in the Six Nations tie at Murrayfield on Saturday, despite coach Warren Gatland having ruled him out after the 34-10 loss to Ireland in Cardiff on Saturday.
The Six Nations kicked off with England boss Steve Borthwick and Wales chief Warren Gatland getting their tenures off to the worst possible start against Scotland and Ireland respectively. And on Sunday, Grand Slam-holders France edged past Italy in Rome.
Ireland cruised to a 34-10 bonus-point victory over Wales in the opening match of the 2023 Six Nations on Saturday.
Rugby's Six Nations Championship returns this weekend for the 2023 tournament, with some faces old and new leading the teams.
World Rugby intends to follow the Rugby Football Union's lead with a reduction in the defensive height at the elite level of the game.
Wales coaches Gethin Jenkins and Stephen Jones have left their roles with the national team as new boss Warren Gatland is set to freshen up his backroom team ahead of the Six Nations starting in February.
Wales centre Joe Hawkins will earn his first cap in their final autumn international against Australia at the Principality Stadium on Saturday, while Leigh Halfpenny gets a first start since July 2021 as he takes over at fullback.
Australia staged a remarkable comeback to beat Wales 39-34 at the Principality Stadium on Saturday and heap more pressure on under-fire boss Wayne Pivac.
Waratahs youngster Langi Gleeson will make his first run-on start for the Wallabies alongside Tahs teammate Ben Donaldson who's been handed the starting flyhalf position over the more experienced Noah Lolesio.
It was another thrilling weekend of rugby as the Autumn Nations Series delivered for the fourth straight week. From Georgia's historic win, the Wallabies' injury woes and Nic White's concussion, and England's late comeback, there is plenty to unpack.
Week 4 of the Autumn Nations Series is headlined by big Tests in Twickenham and Dublin, the latter of which will see the Wallabies look to bounce back from a historic loss to Italy. Stay across all the lineups, team news and match odds.
Replacement flyhalf Luka Matkava, a 21-year-old playing his second international, landed a 77th-minute penalty to earn Georgia a famous 13-12 victory over a ragged Wales in Cardiff on Saturday.
Week 3 of the Autumn Nations Series is headlined by big Tests in Marseille and Edinburgh, the latter of which will see Scotland attempt to down the All Blacks for the first time in 32 attempts. Stay across all the lineups, team news and match odds.
Tries from No. 8 Taulupe Faletau and scrum-half Tomos Williams took Wales to a 20-13 victory over a below-par Argentina in their autumn international fixture at the Principality Stadium on Saturday.
After a entree serving of Test rugby at the weekend, we're set for the main course over three delicious sittings in November. Nine of World Rugby's top 10 ranked nations are in action this weekend. Stay across all the lineups, team news and match odds.
Jordie Barrett, Aaron Smith and Codie Taylor all scored two tries apiece to lead New Zealand to a dominant 55-23 win over Wales in their test at the Principality Stadium on Saturday.
The northern and southern hemispheres come together for a massive slate of Test matches this autumn, in what is likely the last time the Six Nations and Rugby Championship nations will face each other before the World Cup. So what's new for the top 10?
A group of former players have issued formal legal proceedings against World Rugby and the governing bodies of England (RFU) and Wales (WRU) over claims that the failure to protect them led to the early onset of dementia, British media reported.
Former Wales captain Ryan Jones said he feels like his "world is falling apart" after being diagnosed with early onset dementia.
South Africa halted the run of northern hemisphere series wins on Saturday with a decisive 30-14 third-Test victory over Wales.
The rugby world can turn itself inside out talking about the problems within the game, and has probably never before done so with such disdain as it has this week. But four series deciders this weekend offer cause for at least muted celebration.
Replacement fly-half Gareth Anscombe kicked a late conversion from the touchline as Wales claimed their first ever away victory in South Africa.
After we were treated to a stunning weekend of rugby we enter week two, as the two rugby hemispheres collide across the globe. Stay across all the line-ups, team news, odds and our individual match previews here.
Fullback Damian Willemse kicked a pressure penalty after the hooter to secure South Africa a 32-29 victory over ill-disciplined Wales in a see-saw test at a raucous Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.
First they lost Quade Cooper in the warm-up, then Tom Banks and Allan Alaalatoa succumbed to injury and concussion respectively, and then came the red card. The Wallabies went on to win anyway.
- WALES6thTries Scored 1st France : 4 Tries ScoredFRA1st14
- WALES6thPoints Difference 1st Ireland : 24 Points DifferenceIRE1st-2424