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England are sparing no expense in their bid to win the next Rugby World Cup at home, with the squad being offered a $10 million glory bonus. And there's plenty more to fill up their bank accounts on the way to the 2015 tournament. Reports in the
Scotland lock Alastair Kellock believes extra competition from within the squad and the growing strength of this afternoon's opponents Japan mean every player in dark blue will need to be at their best at Murrayfield. Lock Tim Swinson and wing Tommy
4 Ireland points: 30 Ulster caps: 34 Ulster points: 189 Jackson's run Sept 6: v Dragons, 3 points Sept 13: v Glasgow , 12 points Sept 21: v Connacht, 13 points Sept 27: v Treviso, 7 points Oct 4: v Ospreys, 18 points Oct 11: v Leicester, 17 points
Saturday, 9 November Kick-off: 17:30 GMT Coverage: Live on BBC 2, Radio Wales, Radio Cymru and online Coach Warren Gatland will ignore protocol and not meet referee Alain Rolland before Wales' match against South Africa on Saturday.
Scotland & Edinburgh wing out until 2014 Scotland and Edinburgh Rugby wing Tim Visser will be out of action for up to four months due to a fractured fibula. A scan confirmed the news after Visser was taken off during Edinburgh's win against Treviso
Suggested Topics There were big wins for Northampton Saints, Cardiff Blues and Toulouse in the second round of the Heineken Cup, while the Ospreys, Harlequins and Benetton Treviso saw their qualification hopes slip further away. Elsewhere, Toulouse
They had been hit with 50 points in Twickenham two weeks earlier, and in that fortnight the pressure on coach Warren Gatland had built to a point where another defeat would see him walk the plank.
Northampton v Ospreys Ospreys travel to the East Midlands with five Test Lions in their pack, four of whom participated in the series victory over Australia last June...They have no Lions up front at all, thanks to Alex Corbisiero's latest
Ospreys have injury concerns over lock Ian Evans and wing Ben John ahead of their Heineken Cup match at Northampton Saints on Sunday. British and Irish Lions star Evans has an Achilles problem after being rested for the Ospreys' home defeat to