Hatley: England respect Japan's ability
Lawes: I'll make sure Leitch has little impact against England
Courtney Lawes has praised Japan's Michael Leitch as the man to watch ahead of their clash with England at Twickenham.
Debut denied but Wallabies back Petaia for stardom
Wallabies skipper Michael Hooper has backed Jordan Petaia to bounce back from the bitter disappointment of injury scuppering his chance of an international debut.
Kepu says Wallabies standing strong with Cheika
With the Wallabies coaching staff in the firing line following one of the worst years in their history, players maintain they still have faith in their message.
O'Driscoll: Ireland win would give edge over All Blacks
Brian O'Driscoll says Ireland will have an advantage heading into the Rugby World Cup next year if they beat New Zealand on Saturday.
Leavy out of All Blacks clash, Van der Flier in
Josh van der Flier will start for Ireland against New Zealand in Dublin on Saturday after loose-forward Dan Leavy was ruled out with injury.
Crotty replaces SBW for Ireland Test
Ryan Crotty replaces an injured Sonny Bill Williams in the only change to the All Blacks team to meet Ireland in their clash of the world's top-ranked teams in Dublin.
Springboks 'most physical team in world' - McInally
Scotland vice-captain Stuart McInally says South Africa are "the most physical team in world rugby" ahead of the Springboks' visit to Murrayfield on Saturday.
Why Franco Mostert is so important to the Boks
One of South Africa's more understated players, Franco Mostert, seems to bring a calmness to the Springboks' lineout thanks to his calling and skill in the air.
November Test Predictions - Round 3: Ireland to show who's No.1?
Can Scotland build on their home run against South Africa? And will England's second-string side impress against Japan? ESPN assesses the biggest talking points and players to watch.
Holmes to win first Wales cap against Tonga
Jonah Holmes will make his first Wales appearance on Saturday after Warren Gatland made 14 changes for the visit of Tonga.
England rotate for Japan; Farrell, Hartley rested
Joe Cokanasiga will make his England debut against Japan on Saturday as Eddie Jones made 11 changes to the side that started in the defeat to New Zealand last weekend.
Fired up Eddie Jones tells Japan 'be worried'
A fired-up Eddie Jones says his England side will be "absolutely ruthless" and aiming to "physically smash" Japan when the teams meet on Saturday.
Blanco at 60: Epitomises all that is brilliant in French Rugby
Huw Richards looks back on one of the greatest and most charismatic French rugby players of all time.
Warburton's world has changed, but rugby cannot lose him completely
Sam Warburton's career was far too short, but as he draws a line under a bruising nine-year spell, his legacy in the game rivals any in the northern hemisphere and in the British & Irish Lions' fine history.
Feehan steps down as Six Nations boss
John Feehan has stepped down as chief executive of the Six Nations and British & Irish Lions with immediate effect.
Four to appear in court over Jones abuse
Four men have been summonsed to appear in court after England head coach Eddie Jones was subjected to verbal and physical abuse in February.
Stockdale named player of Six Nations
Ireland wing Jacob Stockdale has been named Six Nations Player of the Championship, beating teammates Keith Earls, Conor Murray and Jonathan Sexton in the process.
Schmidt's long-term planning gives Ireland edge
Most people would probably have been a bit surprised with how the Six Nations played out in terms of the overall standings, but no one can be shocked by Ireland's ability to win big games.
RFU: Measure of Jones in how he will respond
Eddie Jones retains the backing of the Rugby Football Union despite England's dismal fifth place finish in the Six Nations.
McCall: Itoje not 'out on his feet'
Maro Itoje has received staunch backing from Saracens in response to Sir Clive Woodward's claim the England lock is "out on his feet".
2018 Six Nations in numbers
Perhaps more than any of the previous championship campaigns this was the year of the Irish. But if that, rightly, was the headline story, there are others to be found as we look at the 2018 Six Nations By The Number.
Fantasy Rugby: The winners
As the dust settles on the Six Nations for another year, and the party in Dublin starts to wind down, we round up exactly who joined Joe Schmidt's Ireland in the winner's enclosure.
Bath sign Exeter scrum-half Chudley
Bath have signed Exeter scrum-half Will Chudley for next season.
Fantasy Rugby: Team of the Tournament
Find out who made it into the ESPN Fantasy Rugby Team of the Tournament. You might be a little surprised by a few inclusions.
Six Nations: Team-by-team review
What do the events of the past six weeks tell us about the state of each nation, and what do they need to do on the road to Japan and the 2019 Rugby World Cup?
ESPN Six Nations Awards 2018
Celebrating the good, the bad and the downright ugly from the past six weeks, ESPN presents to your our 2018 Six Nations Awards.
Fantasy Rugby Team of the Week: Round 5
The Six Nations is over for another year with the final round providing plenty of thrills and spills. There was at least one player from each country who made our team of the weekend -- let's break down who they were for the final time this season.
ESPN Fantasy Rugby: Team of the Tournament
After Ireland completed the Grand Slam with victory over England to conclude the Six Nations, find out who the top scoring players were throughout the tournament.
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