Nero080215 Two heavyweights of the sport line up across from one another, the seemingly invincible defending champion on one side. On the other side stands the challenger, refusing to call address his opponent with his chosen
With the final (and the other unnecessarily endangering to players match) around the corner, it’s easy to forget some of the players who could, and really should, have been playing in the last two weeks of the tournament.
With the way that teams arrange their defences to dull the strengths of the opposition, it can be difficult to get into a position to exploit weaknesses when you’re in attack and teams are left trying to find a matchup where a
Selection I was a bit surprised that SA didn’t put a huge amount of pressure on a previously creaky Welsh scrum at the weekend but don’t expect to see any changes to their front row. Bismarck du Plessis does have a hand
Selection The All Black forward pack almost picks itself and the only real questions are over Loosehead Prop. Wyatt Crockett is the nominal starter but has picked up an injury. Expect to see Ben Franks come in for him if Crockett
Semi-finalists in 2007 and quarter-finalists in 2011, can Argentina take the next step and reach the final?
“Po-cock. Po-cock. Po-cock.” You can bet that’s the sound Michael Cheika hears his watch makes day and night since Australia secured their place in the final four and that more than any player, including Folau, he wants to
barbz I saw quite a bit of complaining about Scotland’s first try. I mean sure enough, most of it was from me, but my initial thoughts were that it was hands in the ruck or offside. After having a closer look, I’ve
Adam Undoubtedly it was the biggest game of the weekend, and it did not disappoint from a spectator’s point of view. Despite the numerous injuries to Wales team, Gatland’s men emerged victorious, with Dan Biggar in particular
Analysis of Georgia's big defensive effort against Tonga in their opening game of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.