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New Zealand produced a barnstorming late finish to crush Wales’ hopes of a famous win as the world champions ran out 34-16 winners.
New Zealand lock Brodie Retallick has been named world rugby player of the year.
South Africa lock Bakkies Botha has announced his retirement from Test rugby, bringing an end to a glittering career.
Six Nations champions Ireland entertain Australia in Dublin eyeing their first November series sweep in eight years.
France will be aiming to build on last weekend's victory over Australia when they take on Argentina in Paris.
Wales will attempt to end a decades-long hoodoo when they take on world champions New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium.
- Sky Live: Italy v South Africa
- Captaincy milestone for McCaw
- Biggar: Time to end wait
- Speight handed Australia start
- Nyakane handed first SA start
- Beale's return 'welcomed'
- Vito to miss Wales game
- Beale to join Australia squad
- France edge Australia thriller
- Cotter takes the positives
- Italy v Argentina rescheduled
- Habana: England miss Armitage
- Brits backing Boks
- Smith returns to New Zealand
- Hansen hails 'mental fortitude'
- Ireland see off South Africa
- Ireland v South Africa live!
- Wallabies deny Wales again
England were narrowly beaten by South Africa but it was a gulf in terms of the two management teams, says Stuart Barnes.
The Rugby Championship Round-up
- Autumn Internationals: Ireland hold off Australia in a thriller
- Autumn Internationals: Six Nations champions Ireland take on Australia in Dublin
- Wales v New Zealand: All Blacks come back to blaze ahead in late victory
- Wales v New Zealand: Warren Gatland says Wales can beat southern hemisphere sides
Rupert Cox shares his highlights from the week's rugby action in his round-up blog...
The best images from South Africa's narrow win over England at Twickenham.
The pressure is on at Twickenham; whoever loses on Saturday is in for a bad night knowing that the media will be sharpening their quills.
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