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Articles from RugbyPaper columnists Jeremy Guscott, Peter Jackson, Jeff Probyn and Nick Cain.

Guscott column: Eddie must pick a backline and stick with it through to Japan

Jeremy Guscott outlines who he would start with the World Cup less than a year away

September 20, 2018

Cain column: Hold a World Cup just for Tier Two nations

By Nick Cain SOME of the leading lights in World Rugby appear to be struggling to work out which way is up. Most notable among them are the..

September 19, 2018

Williams column: England need virtuosos like Chris Ashton and Cipriani

Ashton and Cipriani are off-the-cuff entertainers, writes the former Wales wing

September 14, 2018

Ronan O’Gara leads the latest list of players inducted to rugby’s Hall of Fame

Brendan Gallagher takes a look at the inductees

September 12, 2018

Guscott column: Why England don’t make fly-halves like Beauden Barrett

The New Zealand 10 can spot gaps and fly through them like few of his northern hemisphere contemporaries can

September 12, 2018

My Life in Rugby: Former Nottingham and Saracens back Tim Streather

The ex-Sarries centre talks about how back and knee injury proved an obstacle too difficult to overcome

September 8, 2018

Shane Williams column: It’s right to let regions take control once more

Is the timing right to move past National Dual Contracts?

September 7, 2018

Jackson column: A back-row conundrum that even has Sam Warburton scratching his head

Peter Jackson on the multiple combinations used by Wales in the lead up to Japan

September 6, 2018

Bristol win will intensify ring-fence campaign

Bristol Bears downed Bath at Ashton Gate last Friday, and Nick Cain writes why that will fuel a debate that has long been burning

September 5, 2018

Guscott column: My hope is Paul Gustard gets Harlequins playing without fear

If successful at the Stoop, Jeremy Guscott writes why he can see no reason for Gustard to eventually return to the England set-up

September 5, 2018

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