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Tom Vinicombe

Fortune favours the bold: Ian Foster's All Blacks gambit

It's time for Ian Foster to make some brave selection calls.

Garry Doyle   Jamie Lyall   Owain Jones

Saracens getting in the groove for trophy hunt

The five-time Premiership Champions served notice against Exeter Chiefs that they won't rest until they get their crown back

Garry Doyle

Munster try to escape history's shadow

Expectations placed upon Munster coaches are notoriously high and Johaan van Graan has eight weeks to deliver some silverware to a…

David Flatman

David Flatman: The right to reply

When Dan Biggar was shown a red card for a high tackle against Gloucester he came under a torrent of abuse but was he right to bit…

Tony Johnson

Unscrambling the All Blacks' midfield puzzle

The All Blacks have plenty of options in the midfield but no obvious combinations to call upon.

Gavin Mortimer

Return of the Saint

Philippe Saint-Andre was left battered and bruised from his experiences with Les Bleus but he has proved doubters wrong by guiding…

Will Owen

There's no doubting Tomos

Tomos Williams, the Cardiff and Wales scrum-half showed against Saracens why he is the outstanding option going forward for Wayne …

Garry Doyle   Jamie Lyall   Owain Jones

Leicester Tigers setting the pace

Freddie Steward leads the English charge as the giants of the game assemble for a no-holds barred battle to be crowned kings of Eu…

Tom Vinicombe

All-conquering Blues the next New Zealand superpower

Are we witnessing a shift in the power base of New Zealand rugby?

Nick Bishop

Should England relax its overseas eligibility rule for Zach Mercer?

Maybe it's time for England to start peeping over the parapet of national boundaries into the big world beyond.

Mike Henson

Uini Atonio's size was a problem

The mighty France and La Rochelle tighthead has taken the circuitous route to Grand Slam glory via New Zealand's Young Shakespeare…

Nick Bishop

The foundation of the All Blacks' defence is breaking down

The bedrock of the modern All Blacks - and therefore, their defence - has always been the Crusaders.