- Wales 16-34 New Zealand
- Wales slip to a 34-16 defeat to New Zealand in Cardiff - continuing a run of 61 years without a win over the All Blacks.
- England 28-9 Samoa
- England secure their first win of the autumn as they see off Samoa 28-9 with a solid, if unspectacular, performance.
- Ireland 26-23 Australia
- Ireland back up their win over South Africa as they hold off a determined Australia fight-back to edge victory in Dublin.
- Italy 6-22 South Africa
- Tries from Coenie Oosthuizen, Cobus Reinach and Bryan Habana help South Africa labour to victory in Italy.
- London Irish 23-33 Bath
- Bath move up to second in the Premiership table with a thrilling victory at London Irish.
- Exeter 31-15 Wasps
- Two tries from England winger Jack Nowell helps Exeter to the top of the Premiership with victory over Wasps.
- Harlequins 12-16 Sale
- Dan Braid scores the only try of the game as Sale beat Harlequins in the Premiership for the first time since 2010.
- Newcastle 20-10 Gloucester
- Newcastle secure an important home win against Gloucester, who fall to their third consecutive Premiership defeat.
- Scarlets 19-9 Glasgow Warriors
- Rory Pitman's late try gives Scarlets a hard-earned win and sees Glasgow drop to fourth place in the Pro 12 table.
- Ulster 25-16 Ospreys
- Ulster survive a second-half fightback to end the Ospreys' unbeaten Pro12 record with a 25-16 win in a rain-lashed Belfast.
- NG Dragons 12-38 Munster
- Munster pick up a bonus point with a strong second half display in the Guinness Pro12 against Newport Gwent Dragons.
- Connacht 43-3 Zebre
- Connacht cruise to a 43-3 bonus-point Pro12 victory over Italian strugglers Zebre at the Sportsground.
- London Welsh sign league wing Kear
- London Welsh have signed Wales rugby league international wing Elliot Kear from Bradford Bulls.
- Samoa pick Premiership pair to start
- Premiership players Johnny Leota and Ken Pisi are included as two of six changes to the Samoa side to play England.
- Farrell can adapt to centre - Horan
- Ex-Wallaby centre Tim Horan backs Owen Farrell's move from fly-half to inside centre for England's game with Samoa.
- Leicester on lookout for head coach
- Director of rugby Richard Cockerill says Leicester Tigers will appoint a new head coach in the summer.
- London Welsh v Leicester (Sun)
- Team news as London Welsh host Leicester in Sunday's Premiership fixture at Kassam Stadium (15:15 GMT).
- Saracens v Northampton (Sun)
- Team news as Saracens host Northampton in Sunday's Premiership fixture at Allianz Park Stadium (13:00 GMT).
- Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues (Sun)
- Edinburgh and Cardiff Blues have both made changes for Sunday's Pro12 encounter at Murrayfield.
- Benetton Treviso v Leinster (Sun)
- Dave Kearney and Jordi Murphy will make their first competitive appearances of the season in Leinster's Pro12 game against Treviso.
- After 147 years, the big boys leave home
- Permanent home secured for Professionals in Coventry... Yesterday the professional side at Wasps announced that from 2015 they will play their home matches at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, and in the following 12 months they will relocate their training facilities too. The move heralds a new chapter in the 147 year history of Wasps.
- Dear Wasps : an open letter to Wasps
- Dear Wasps, I meant to write sooner, to congratulate you on your fantastic rebranding exercise this season. You have finally ditched the ‘London’ Wasps tag after all these years…to return to our roots is really special. Oh how we rejoiced as supporters to see our beloved club rediscovering its old spirit.
- Early SeasonFrustration
- It’s been a heck of a rollercoaster ride for Wasps fans over the last few years, and it would seem that the ride isn’t over yet. The fantastic wins against Stade Francais last season secured us a place in the new European Cup, and gave us hope that our team may finally be going some way towards hitting the potential everyone knew they had.
- A bit of a moan...
- Not long ago Wasps were on the brink of bankruptcy. It could easily have seen the end of one of the biggest names in Rugby Union, but thankfully a few brave and generous souls stepped in and effectively rescued the club from oblivion.
- Roll Me Over...
It would appear to me that in the arms race that is the Rolling Maul the attacking side now seem to have all the advantages. When teams have a line-out 5-10 metres out they invariably score a try against Wasps.
Unofficial England Rugby Union
- Video: England's Nick Easter talks to Sportsbeat
- ENGLAND will fancy their chances of ending a five-match losing streak against Samoa this weekend, but the opportunity to rediscover their attacking prowess will be the most important thing to watch out for, according to former international Nick Easter.
- England v Samoa 22/11/14 Pre Match thoughts &Lancaster Video
- I am happy to see Ben Morgan in and thought Ford would definitely get his start. However, I think Farrell should have been on the bench and I hope we are not seeing a bit of nepotism by the management here. In this instance, I will give the benefit of the doubt but Farrell had better have a super fantastic game for me on Saturday day otherwise I will not be happy. England need to win this game otherwise they will have truly undone all the good work form the earlier Six Nations and summer tour. We just can't be sloppy, or lose focus for one moment.
- Ben Kay talks about England Coach Stuart Lancaster
- We have exclusive audio content from talkSPORT interviewing Ben Kay about England coach Stuart Lancaster. Exclusive - England's chances at Rugby World Cup unaffected by defeats, insists Kay
- England v South Africa 15/11/14 -Post Match Thoughts
- Oh well I suppose it was to be expected the 'Media' are having a field day about England's performance. Some of the headlines England's broken back line, England are a shambles and it goes on and on.
- VIDEO:Sportsbeat talk to Jonny May,Danny Care,Anthony Watson
- Sportsbeat caught up with Jonny May, Danny Care and Anthony Watson in training.
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