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9hTom Hamilton

Jones: England not distracted by Tuilagi future

The ongoing uncertainty over Manu Tuilagi's future will not distract England from Saturday's Six Nations clash against Wales, but it has not saved him from jokes being made at his expense.

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16hESPN

England include Nowell, Moon for Wales clash

England have included Jack Nowell and Ben Moon for Saturday's Six Nations clash against Wales in Cardiff, while the home team have selected Gareth Anscombe ahead of Dan Biggar at flyhalf.

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2dReuters

England unchanged for Wales clash, Itoje out

England lock Maro Itoje has been left out of the squad for Saturday's crunch Six Nations match away to Wales after failing to recover in time from a knee injury.

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2dESPN

Sweeney appointed new RFU chief executive

Bill Sweeney has been appointed the new chief executive officer of the England Rugby Football Union (RFU), the governing body confirmed on Tuesday.

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4dESPN

England's Ashton out of Wales clash

England will be without Chris Ashton for their Six Nations clash against Wales on Saturday due to a minor calf injury, the RFU said on Sunday.

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7dReuters

England will miss Vunipola leadership - Borthwick

England will miss the leadership of prop Mako Vunipola, who has been ruled out of the side's remaining Six Nations Championship campaign, forwards coach Steve Borthwick has said.

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9dReuters

Itoje, Hartley join up with England training camp

Forwards Maro Itoje and Dylan Hartley have joined up with the England squad to continue their rehabilitation from injury ahead of the potential Six Nations title decider against Wales on Feb. 23.

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9dESPN

England's Mako Vunipola out of Six Nations

England prop Mako Vunipola has been ruled out of the rest of the Six Nations with an ankle ligament injury, the Rugby Football Union (RFU) said on Tuesday.

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11dJames Harrington

ESPN Fantasy Rugby: Team of Week 2

Jonny May's hat-trick against France means he tops the point-scoring charts in ESPN Fantasy Rugby -- but who else joined the England winger in the best XV of Week 2?

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13dTom Hamilton

Ashton looks to strike from the start against France

Almost six years on from his last Six Nations start, Chris Ashton is back for England and is keen to make the most of his opportunities against France on Sunday.

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14dJames Harrington

Fantasy Rugby 2019: Week 2 Preview

Changes across the Six Nations teams have caused a bit of a headache for Fantasy managers. Here are the answers to some serious questions ahead of Week 2.

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14dESPN

England's Ashton in for Nowell against France

England's Chris Ashton will make his first Six Nations start since 2013 as Eddie Jones named two changes to his side to face France at Twickenham on Sunday.

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15dReuters

Cokanasiga, Shields in England squad for France clash

Giant Bath winger Joe Cokanasiga, props Dan Cole and Ben Moon and flanker Brad Shields have been included in a provisional 25-man squad for England's Six Nations game against France at Twickenham.

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19dJames Harrington

ESPN Fantasy Rugby 2019: Team of Week 1

Blair Kinghorn topped the point-scoring charts thanks to his hat-trick for Scotland -- but who else should you have picked in your Fantasy Rugby team? Here's the best XV of Week 1.

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19dReuters

Rampant England stun Ireland in Dublin

A resurgent England upset Six Nations champions Ireland on Saturday, handing Joe Schmidt a first ever home defeat in the championship.

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22dJames Harrington

Fantasy Rugby 2019 - Week 1 Preview

It's literally hours away. The Six Nations, that is. France and Wales kick off the 2019 men's tournament in Paris on Friday evening.

2019 RankingsSix Nations

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    1st 10 Tries
  • POINTS DIFFERENCE
    = 1st 48 points