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Launchbury to miss Six Nations

England and Wasps lock Joe Launchbury is to undergo surgery on a neck injury which will see him miss the 2015 Six Nations.

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Burgess can follow Robinson's lead

Jason Robinson says Sam Burgess can follow in his path by being fast-tracked into Stuart Lancaster's England squad for the World Cup,
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Vunipola's road to redemption

Billy Vunipola admits it wasn't just his body left battered and bruised from England's year-end internationals but his ego too.

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Robshaw ruled out for a month

England captain Chris Robshaw will be sidelined for up to four weeks after injuring a shoulder playing for Harlequins.

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Varsity match honours fallen Blues

It is the centenary of the start of World War I in which 55 Oxford and Cambridge rugby Blues were killed. The 2014 match on December 11 honours their memory.

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Woodward is backing Burgess

World Cup-winning England coach Clive Woodward is backing code-hopper Sam Burgess to secure a place in England's World Cup squad.

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SBW v Burgess in the backs

Sonny Bill Williams is backing Sam Burgess to succeed in Union and and would like to face off against him in the backline at the highest level.
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England's forwards forced the win

Chris Robshaw believes the way the forwards set up the win against Australia in their November finale  was an encouraging sign ahead of next year's World Cup.
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No panic for Cheika's Wallabies

Australia coach Michael Cheika insisted there would be "no panic" in the Wallaby camp after they ended 2014 with defeat by England at Twickenham.

England 'on track' for World Cup

England coach Stuart Lancaster insists his side are "on track" for next year's home World Cup after their win over Australia at Twickenham.

Cheika: Aussie scrum 'too honest'

REACTION: Australia coach Michael Cheika suggested his side were possibly "too honest" in the scrum during the 17-26 defeat to England.

Player Ratings: Down and out

Australia were handed their second successive defeat by a Northern Hemisphere side when they went down 17-26 to England at Twickenham.

Player Ratings: Blossoming Roses

An excellent defensive display saw England run out 26-17 victors over Australia at Twickenham.

England claim psychological edge

MATCH REPORT: A try in both halves from Ben Morgan helped England claim a well-deserved 26-17 victory over Australia at Twickenham.

Hooper: Robshaw an 'absolute pest'

England captain Chris Robshaw is an "absolute pest" according to Australia counterpart and fellow openside flank Michael Hooper.

Hooper dismisses World Cup trial talk

England's clash with Australia at Twickenham on Saturday may be a 'preview' of their World Cup pool fixture in just under a year's time.

Preview: England v Australia

England and Australia will both be desperate to end the year on a high when they meet at Twickenham on Saturday.

Twelvetrees takes centre stage

Billy Twelvetrees has been handed his first start of the 2014 Internationals against Australia with Owen Farrell reverting to the bench.