New Zealand great Dan Carter is backing "fantastic" Eddie Jones to be a big success as England coach.
Danny Care will start at scrum-half for England in their Six Nations opener with Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Chris Robshaw has given new England captain Dylan Hartley his full backing ahead of their Six Nations opener against Scotland at Murrayfield.
Eddie Jones has urged his England players to find the devil within themselves in they the Six Nations.
Former England coach Sir Clive Woodward admits he "loathed" playing Scotland at Murrayfield.
Wales coach Warren Gatland says the Six Nations is the greatest competition in world rugby - because of the supporters.
Danny Care has welcomed the trust shown by Eddie Jones in giving his England players permission to drink.
Chris Robshaw is ready to begin a "new chapter" in an England career that has been scarred by frustration.
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