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Ospreys have been hit by a double injury blow after hooker Richard Hibbard and centre Andrew Bishop were ruled out of the Christmas fixtures.
Richard Hibbard expects a backlash from Australia's wounded players if they return from suspension against Wales on Saturday.
British and Irish Lions hooker Richard Hibbard is confident the squad has much more to offer after their latest Australia tour game proved a mismatch.
Richard Hibbard is determined to put last summer's demons behind him when he travels to Australia with the British and Irish Lions.
Wales hooker Richard Hibbard says English complaints about the refereeing during the recent Six Nations match between the sides are not being taken seriously by the Welsh camp.
Richard Hibbard insists Wales are ready for a no-holds-barred scrum battle when they host England in a Grand Slam shoot-out on Saturday.
The Ospreys have been rocked by news that Richard Hibbard will be out for the rest of the season.
Ospreys have named Wales hooker Richard Hibbard in a strong starting XV to host the Scarlets in their Magners League Welsh derby.
Wales hooker Richard Hibbard has committed his long-term future to the Ospreys after signing a five-year deal.
Richard Hibbard has signed a new four-year contract with the Ospreys, keeping him at the Liberty Stadium until 2012.
In the penultimate round of the Six Nations, the championship race is still wide open.
England host Wales at Twickenham on Sunday in a Six Nations game that's crucial to both sides' title hopes.
The Aviva Stadium in Dublin will host an emotional farewell on Saturday as Ireland's greatest rugby player will wear the green jersey for the last time on home soil.
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