He landed in Japan on Sunday as an injury replacement for England scrum-half Willi Heinz
Jeff Probyn tells from his own experience how teams look to exploit opponent’s weaknesses, especially in the knockout stages
Tom Curry reflects on the influence of Richard Hill dating back well before England’s quarter-final win over Australia in Japan.
Eddie Jones makes bold selection call ahead of World Cup quarter-final with the Wallabies
Pat Lam wants to bring fly-half George Ford back to the south-west
The New Zealand great doesn’t see Ireland as a problem for Steve Hansen and co.
The considerable disruption Typhoon Hagibis has already caused may have accidentally offered Eddie Jones and England some sense of clarity as they head into the knockout stages of the World Cup as Pool C winners – having not even had to don a shirt against fellow qualifiers France. No more questions on “throwing the game” […]
Tournament organisers cancel two matches with concerns now being raised about Scotland’s crunch match against Japan
As the first Englishman to win the World Cup and the only one to retire unbeaten, John Gallagher made the most implausible of journeys – from Old Askeans to the All Blacks via Blackheath. If that sounds the tallest of tall stories, the Test record behind his stratospheric rise has a similarly fanciful ring to […]
Nick Cain previews England’s match against the Pumas and the selection issues facing Eddie Jones going forward