Nathan Hughes only change for England in Six NationsEddie Jones has made one change to his England XV to face Scotland on Saturday, as Wasps No 8 Nathan Hughes replaces Sam Simmonds. Elsewhere, the pack is as it was against Wales last time out with a frontrow of Mako Vunipola, captain Dylan Hartley - who moves to become the second most capped England international of all time in the process - and Dan Cole.
Tadhg Furlong and Iain Henderson ruled for Ireland in Six NationsIreland will have to make-do without key men Tadhg Furlong and Iain Henderson against Wales in the Six Nations on Saturday, after both failed to recover from respective hamstring injuries in time. Tighthead prop Furlong went off against Italy after just four minutes two weeks ago having pulled up, while lock Henderson remained off at half-time with what head coach Joe Schmidt described as a "precautionary measure".
Team of the week: Best of PRO14, Premiership, Top 14 and Super Rugby combineWith the Six Nations on a fallow week, all attentions turned to the respective domestic campaigns throughout Europe and the southern hemisphere over the weekend. The top performers from the PRO14, Premiership, Top 14 and Super Rugby are below! Super Rugby is back!
@henrywinter Should be banned regardless of booking. The current format of only copping a suspension if you’ve got away with it isn’t a harsh enough deterrent. You’d wonder how Alli isn’t embarrassed watching himself back sometimes...
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