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3dJames Harrington

Fantasy Rugby: Best Six Nations players by country

The clock is ticking to the opening match of the 2020 Six Nations between Wales and Italy, so we figured it was time we looked at the key players who could boost your Fantasy Rugby score.

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18dJames Harrington

Fantasy Rugby: Here's who you should have picked last year

The 2019 Six Nations may be over, but which players made it into ESPN's Fantasy Rugby Team of the Tournament? Remarkably, only one of Wales' Grand Slam heroes makes the cut.

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Fantasy Rugby 2020: How to Play

Now you have signed up for ESPN Fantasy Rugby 2020, here is all you need to know to beat your friends and give yourself the best chance of winning some big prizes.


ESPN Fantasy Rugby is back!

Think you know more about rugby than your mates? Well it's time to prove it -- and be in with the chance of winning some great prizes -- with ESPN's free Fantasy Rugby game!

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Herring replaces injured Cronin in Ireland squad

Ireland have called up Ulster's Rob Herring to replace injured hooker Sean Cronin ahead of their World Cup quarterfinal against New Zealand.

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96dCraig Dowd

If England slow All Blacks' tempo, we'll have ourselves a semi

Ireland couldn't handle the speed the All Blacks but England have the troops to slow their semifinal down and Eddie Jones' side is not as one-dimensional as teams of the past -- Craig Dowd writes.

109dSam Bruce

Tall Order: Wallabies at last heed World Cup's tackle message

Wallabies lock Rory Arnold is mindful of the need to lower his tackling height at the Rugby World Cup while coach Michael Cheika says his side have been working on a few different things to avoid further potentially match-turning yellow or red cards.

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Ireland coach Schmidt 'not surprised' by Japan

Japan's 19-12 World Cup win over Ireland may have stunned the rugby world on Saturday but one man claimed that he was not surprised -- Ireland coach Joe Schmidt.