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Can Eddie Jones find a way for broken Wallabies to beat All Blacks?

Australian players are habitual losers when faced with Kiwi opposition.


Young halves won't go unnoticed by Eddie Jones with All Blacks looming

Eddie Jones has inherited a slew of capped halves but it's the new breed that most excites.

David Flatman

David Flatman: 'I fear the game is becoming too apologetic. Rugby simply will never appease everybody'

Rugby, like all sports, has its issues, but it should also shout a little louder about all the merits it possesses and stand proud

Jamie Lyall

Mike Blair is a loss to Scottish rugby - it didn't have to be this way

Scottish coaches are subject to myriad demands and off-field tasks which detract from their skillsets

Garry Doyle   Jamie Lyall   Owain Jones

Progress of Ollie Lawrence sees England's overreliance on Manu Tuilagi dwindle

The Six Nations gives players a platform to rewrite their stories and the Bath centre is proving he can thrive in adversity

Mick Cleary

Mick Cleary: 'England may not gladden our souls but they are playing to type, just as Borthwick said they would'

Three games in and while not perfect, there are tentative signs of progress within the England camp after a forgettable afternoon …

Sam Larner

Using data to debunk commonly held Six Nations myths

There are a plethora of myths that surround playing styles in the venerable tournament, but which are based on fact and which are …

Owain Jones

Sam Whitelock: 'I've never been shy about voicing my opinion'

The legendary second-row maybe entering his final season as an All Black but the Crusader is only looking forward

Jim Tucker

How Australia's most damaging No 8s are set to benefit from law tweaks

The new law variations in Super Rugby Pacific should increase the speed of the game - and some will benefit more than others.

Nick Bishop

The strategic shift behind Finn Russell's Scotland comeback

Finn Russell's turn of form with Scotland has not happened by chance.

Jamie Lyall

'Nobody in world rugby can do what he does' - inside the rise of Duhan van der Merwe

Duhan van der Merwe's jet-propelled journey from unknown winger to global superstar, by those who know him best.

Garry Doyle

Van der Flier emerges from the shadows

The reigning World Player of the Year is an example of what can be achieved through hard work and a strong faith