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Both England and Samoa have made six changes as they prepare to go head-to-head at Twickenham on Saturday.
Will Greenwood says that England have no choice but to beat Samoa on Saturday, but he has concerns about their midfield.
Six Nations champions Ireland entertain Australia in Dublin eyeing their first November series sweep in eight years.
Wales will attempt to end a decades-long hoodoo when they take on world champions New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium.
Scotland will be looking to build momentum when they take on Tonga at Kilmarnock’s Rugby Park on Saturday.
France will be aiming to build on last weekend's victory over Australia when they take on Argentina in Paris.
- Sky Live: Italy v South Africa
- Biggar: Time to end wait
- Youngs reignited for England
- Lancaster wary of Samoa threat
- Schmidt backs Henry to return
- Four changes for Scotland
- Lancaster: No favouritism
- Ford among six England changes
- No panic, insists Robshaw
- Street keen to build on success
- England drop three big names
- Haskell tired of second best
- Gatland: We must be direct
- France make Argentina changes
- Payne ruled out for Ireland
- Lancaster hurt by criticism
- Lancaster: No England crisis
- Barnes: Selection issues
England were narrowly beaten by South Africa but it was a gulf in terms of the two management teams, says Stuart Barnes.
Six Nations Round-up
- QBE Autumn Internationals: England take on Samoa at Twickenham on Saturday
- QBE Internationals: Owen Farrell relishing link up with old friend George Ford
- Autumn Internationals: France take on Argentina at the Stade de France in Paris
- France axe Teddy Thomas for Maxime Medard to face Argentina
- Autumn Internationals: Six Nations champions Ireland take on Australia in Dublin
- Paul O'Connell refutes Pau link ahead of Ireland's Australia date
- Autumn International: Italy host South Africa at the Stadio Euganeo
- Autumn internationals: Samuela Vunisa to make his Italy debut against South Africa
- Autumn Internationals: Scotland take on Tonga at Kilmarnock’s Rugby Park
- Scotland prop Geoff Cross inspired by 'brutal' assessment from coach Vern Cotter
- Autumn international: Wales face New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium
- Robin McBryde feels injured Owen Williams can inspire Welsh underdogs
A Test series victory may have slipped through the hands of England at the Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday as New Zealand regained the Hillary Shield, but the tourists remain wholeheartedly focused on ending the tour on a high, insists Marland Yarde.
Joe Launchbury arrived in London from Paris on Sunday afternoon and was thrust into the heart of the England camp on Monday, ready to board yet another plane to New Zealand for the summer tour.
Jonny Wilkinson and his metronomic kicking ability are globally renowned, but the curtain will finally come down on the World Cup-winning fly-half’s career at the conclusion of the season.
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