England’s forwards must cut out the penalties in pursuit of victory over unbeaten Wales when they return to action from the fallow week
Match after match, France seem to be taking strides since Shaun Edwards’ arrival to Galthie’s coaching staff
Jeremy Guscott sees strength in Ireland’s corner as they prepare to face Wales in the Six Nations
Jeremy Guscott looks at the significance of the 9-10 combination and each team’s form heading into the Six Nations
Does a good No.2 make a good director of rugby? Jeremy Guscott looks at Alex Sanderson’s success at Saracens and the job facing him at Sale
Jeremy Guscott looks at how personal prosperity in rugby lies in the engine room
As cases rise in the UK, Ireland and South Africa, Jerry Guscott says the show must go on – even if it means not touring South Africa
‘Good enough for England, but not for Bath’ used to be an old saying of Jack Rowell’s – can the same be said of Exeter in current times?
Jeremy Guscott points out the weaknesses in England’s armour exposed by France in the Autumn Nations Cup final
Jeremy Guscott looks at how Dan Biggar figures to be the No.10 in Wayne Pivac’s system for Wales
Jeremy Guscott shares his view on the lack of evolution within Italy rugby after the past two decades, and the profile of rugby in the country
Jeremy Guscott examines the selection options open to Eddie Jones ahead of England’s Six Nations clash with Italy
Jeremy Guscott lists the 37-year-old Kiwi central to Wasps’ Premiership final hopes
Can Exeter win at the first time of asking against a Racing 92 side who have lost two finals?
Does the impact of Handre Pollard’s injury for the Springboks change things for how the Lions approach their selection?
Are the Welsh, Scottish and Irish clubs of the PRO14 set to clock more air miles?
The Autumn Nations Cup will see Fiji and Georgia take on the Six Nations – who will fare better?
Jeremy Guscott puts across the argument to have Scott Robertson involved as a specialist coach on the 2021 Lions tour
All bets are off for the Premiership race in the eyes of Jeremy Guscott after watching Exeter’s win over Bristol
The ruck is being officiated strictly by the referee’s own initiative, and that’s been a long time coming writes Jeremy Guscott