Rugby World Cup 2015

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Match Review: Australia vs Scotland

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Match Analysis

Two teams battling it out for a coveted Semi Final spot against a rampant Argentina team who had won earlier in the day, everything on the line, everything to play for.

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Match Review: Australia v Wales

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Match Analysis

Australia triumphed over Wales in perhaps one of the most nail-biting games of the World Cup so far. We take a look at the key areas that saw them over the line.

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What next for England Rugby?

Rugby World Cup 2015

England have crashed out of the World Cup and became the first hosts to do so at the group stage. Edward takes a look at what led to their capitulation and whats next for a rosier future.

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Match Review: England v Australia

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Match Analysis

England crashed out of the Rugby World Cup after succumbing to Australia and became the first host nation to leave the tournament at the pool stages.

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Too much TMO?

Rugby World Cup 2015

One of the most talked about elements of RWC 2015 is the use of the Television Match Official - we have seen an explosion in terms of referees and their assistants passing on responsibility to the TMO.

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England’s loss to Wales is a blessing in disguise

Rugby World Cup 2015

The loss of the England team to Wales might just be what they need to push on and fulfil their potential as one of the favourites to win the World Cup.

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Match Review: England v Wales

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Match Analysis

In the first of our five group games to watch, we were presented with a fantastic game of rugby, showing us why this World Cup continues to be the best so far.

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Can Rugby be Beautiful?

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Spirit Of The Game

One might think it hard to argue the case for a game where controlled brutality is a defining factor, but Edward puts forward compelling reasons why rugby could just be the most beautiful game of them all.

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Burgess and Farrell are important – but the bench will win the game

Rugby World Cup 2015

England go into a tough encounter against perennial rivals Wales, and Pete takes a look at Bombers changes for the game.

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Match Review: South Africa v Japan

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Match Analysis

Japan played a highly intelligent and hugely passionate game to overcome the mighty South Africa, winning 34-32. Was this perhaps the greatest ever rugby upset?

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Match Review: England v Fiji

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Match Analysis

England got off to a positive start in the opening game of the World Cup, beating Fiji 35-11.

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Is this England’s most exciting World Cup ever?

Rugby World Cup 2015

Pete balances England's recent world cup history against the promise and potential of this years iteration.

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Growth of the World Cup

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Spirit Of The Game

With this year’s edition of the World Cup being the eighth since its inception, we can often forget the history that goes hand in hand with the competition.

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Thoughts on Wales World Cup Squad

Rugby World Cup 2015

After the match on Saturday afternoon, should Welsh fans be worried their side lost to a second string Irish side?

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Ford or Farrell?

Rugby World Cup 2015

In the build up to the World Cup, we take a look at who England should start with in the number 10 shirt.

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The Sam Burgess Dilemma

Rugby World Cup 2015

We take a look at why Bomber might just be right in playing Sam Burgess in the centre for England.

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Wales build towards the world cup

Rugby World Cup 2015

Come the 31 August, Warren Gatland will have to trim the squad to his final World Cup number of 31, after they have played a build of internationals versus Ireland home and away, and Italy. The question on all Welsh fans lips is who is going to make that final squad?

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Cheika's Conundrum

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Rugby Championship

Michael Cheika has a few matches prior to the World Cup to make decisions on combinations and with a side packed with footballers, this article looks at a few of the key areas he needs to asses in order to strike the balance between skill and power.

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James Hook - A Third World Cup Beckons?

Rugby World Cup 2015

The Welsh maverick has worked his way into the Welsh Training squad for the upcoming World Cup, is he there to make up the numbers or a genuine chance to make the final squad?

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Don’t pick people who picked France: Why Bomber was right

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Six Nations

Does a player playing really well warrant 'exceptional circumstances'? Pete takes a look at the impact of ruling yourself out of international selection by playing abroad.

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Kiwi depth will hurt the All Blacks

Rugby World Cup 2015 · Rugby Championship

Taylor takes a look at the impact on the future of New Zealand Rugby after an exodus of players are seeking gains abroad.

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RWC15: Five Biggest Group Stage Matches

Rugby World Cup 2015

We cast our eyes forward to the upcoming Rugby World Cup here in England by looking at the five key match ups in the first round of the competition.

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Squad Speculation: England Fullback

Rugby World Cup 2015

After the furore surrounding Mike Brown’s unavailability at the weekend and the insertion of Alex Goode into the line-up, it seems fitting to have a look (albeit a very early one) at the contenders for the number 15 jersey for England’s World Cup squad.

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