We look at five talking points ahead of England's trip to Murrayfield for their Six Nations opener against Scotland.
CJ Stander will make his Ireland debut against Wales but Sean O'Brien and Rob Kearney are ruled out due to injury.
We look at five talking points ahead of Saturday's Six Nations clash between France and Italy at Stade de France.
Paddy Jackson's late penalty saw Ulster edge Newport Gwent Dragons 17-15, sending them top of the Guinness PRO12 table.
George North is convinced 'nice guy' Dylan Hartley is the right man to lead England into their Six Nations campaign.
Owen Farrell has urged England to recapture the hearts and minds of fans when they kick off their Six Nations campaign.
New Zealand great Dan Carter is backing "fantastic" Eddie Jones to be a big success as England coach.
James Hook kicked five penalties as Gloucester came back in difficult conditions to beat West Country rivals Bath 15-11.
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Barbarians v South Africa
5th November 2016
England begin the Eddie Jones era with victory light years ahead of development in terms of importance, says Stuart Barnes.
Will Greenwood says Dylan Hartley's slate is now clean as he starts his tenure as England captain under Eddie Jones.
Will Greenwood has championed Exeter No 8 Thomas Waldrom as his side book their place in the Champions Cup quarter-finals.
Stuart Barnes says the appointment of Dylan Hartley as captain represents a 'major symbolic shift' in English rugby.