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11dAAP

Campese: players must take some blame

World Cup-winning legend David Campese believes Rugby Australia would be panicking if it gambled on an overseas replacement for beleaguered Wallabies coach Michael Cheika.

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12dESPN

Jenkins requires surgery for 'significant' injury

Ellis Jenkins will require surgery after sustaining a "significant knee injury" against South Africa earlier this month, his club Cardiff Blues have confirmed.

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16dESPN Staff

What we learned about rugby's top sides this November

New Zealand were beaten, Ireland and Wales were not. England secured important results while Australia looked broken. ESPN looks at the key takeaways from this month.

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19dESPN Staff

Boks name unchanged starting lineup

Springboks' coach Rassie Erasmus has made only one change to his match day squad to face Wales in Cardiff on Saturday as Eben Etzebeth returns to the bench.

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19dReuters

Williams at full-back for Wales against Boks

Liam Williams will starts at full-back as Wales coach Warren Gatland restored Gareth Anscombe to the fly-half berth for their final November international against South Africa.

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21dESPN Staff

France to wear rainbow laces in support of Thomas

The France rugby team will wear rainbow shoelaces for their game against Fiji this weekend in a show of support for former Wales captain Gareth Thomas, who was recently the victim of a hate crime

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21dESPN

Wales suffer Halfpenny blow

Leigh Halfpenny has been ruled out of Wales' final autumn international against South Africa after failing to recover from concussion.

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23dGreg Growden

Wallabies win, but Dublin classic highlights class gap

Ireland's historic win over the All Blacks was a magic moment for rugby, but highlighted just how large the gap is between Australia and those who actually know how to play the game.

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24dReuters

Liam Williams marks 50th cap with try double

Wing Liam Williams scored two tries on his 50th appearance for Wales to help secure an emphatic 74-24 victory over Tonga at the Principality Stadium on Saturday.

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29dAAP

Genia urges fans to stick with Wallabies

Wallabies halfback Will Genia admits nothing less than a convincing Test victory will suffice against European minnows Italy on Saturday.

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30dReuters

Hansen open to having chat to Schmidt about NZ job

New Zealand coach Steve Hansen is willing to sit down and have a chat to Ireland's Joe Schmidt about the pressures of the All Blacks job if he is serious about applying for it.

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31dAAP

Hooper rues missed opportunities

Australia skipper Michael Hooper admits he made the wrong move in not kicking for goal after the Wallabies sunk to a disappointing 9-6 Test loss to Wales.

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31dReuters

Gatland praises Welsh bench for Australia win

Wales coach Warren Gatland says the strength of their bench played a major role in the narrow 9-6 victory over Australia at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.

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33dAAP

Cheika backs hothead Latu in Cardiff

Australia coach Michael Cheika has thrown his support behind firebrand hooker Tolu Latu after handing him a surprising first start in almost two years against Wales, while Jack Demspey also makes his way into the starting side.

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34dSam Bruce

Power rankings: Rugby's best spines this November

Rugby is a team game, yet there are certain positions across the backs and forwards that have great influence over a team's success. We've looked at the spines for each of top 10 nations this November, rating them against their world rankings.

2018 RankingsSix Nations

  • WALES3rd
    TRIES SCORED 1st Ireland : 20 Tries Scored
    IRE1st
    13
    20
  • WALES2nd
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Ireland : 78 Points Difference
    IRE1st
    36
    78