Scotland coach Gregor Townsend insists Sunday’s postponed Guinness Six Nations clash with France must be rescheduled for a date when he has all his top stars available.
Jonny May admits England’s deficiencies in attack have been masked by the success of their pack and defence in grinding out victories.
Wayne Pivac has praised George North’s attitude and appetite as he prepares to win his 100th Wales cap and become a rugby union record-breaker.
Courtney Lawes’ participation in the Guinness Six Nations is under threat after he was ruled of Saturday’s pivotal clash with Wales by a chest problem.
Ireland head coach Andy Farrell believes the appetite of Johnny Sexton “is as strong as ever” after the fit-again fly-half hinted he may retire before the next World Cup.
Scotland’s Guinness Six Nations trip to Paris on Sunday has been postponed after France reported another positive coronavirus case among their playing squad.
Scotland's Guinness Six Nations trip to Paris on Sunday has been postponed after France reported another positive coronavirus case among their playing squad.
Shane Williams has backed George North to chase down his international try-scoring record after rediscovering his love of rugby and earning his 100th Wales cap.
England have suffered a major setback ahead of Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations clash with Wales after Courtney Lawes was ruled out by a chest injury sustained in training.
France have suspended training ahead of Sunday’s Guinness Six Nations game against Scotland following another positive Covid-19 test among the playing squad.
Justin Tipuric hopes he can help fellow Wales back-row warrior Taulupe Faletau “work his magic” in Saturday’s Guinness Six Nations clash against England.
England have hit back at Sir Ian Botham’s claim that Eddie Jones’ Guinness Six Nations champions “don’t look a happy camp”.
Courtney Lawes will target Dan Biggar with a trademark big hit when England and Wales clash on Saturday, but he expects his Northampton team-mate to ride out even the fiercest challenges.
Scotland are “ready to go” after Sunday’s Six Nations clash with France in Paris was given green light to go ahead as planned, says Murrayfield chief Mark Dodson.
Scotland's Six Nations clash with France on Sunday will go ahead as planned in Paris, tournament organisers have announced.
Scotland’s Six Nations clash with France on Sunday will go ahead as planned in Paris, tournament organisers have announced.
One of the many intriguing duels in store when Wales and England clash at the Principality Stadium on Saturday is a high-octane collision on the wing.
Six Nations organisers will decide today if Sunday’s Guinness Six Nations showdown between France and Scotland can go ahead.
Billy Vunipola admits he has been “playing rubbish” and blames the collapse in form that has endangered his England place on being a “coward” due to fatigue.
Scotland centre Chris Harris would be “devastated” if their Guinness Six Nations clash with France was postponed by a week and he was recalled for club duty.
Ireland captain Johnny Sexton believes Andy Farrell’s coaching team have done a “fantastic job” and is convinced the team will reap long-term benefits following their worst start to a Guinness Six Nations campaign.
England defence coach John Mitchell insists the recent spate of red cards must not deter players from making dominant tackles.
France’s chance of avoiding a postponement of their Guinness Six Nations clash with Scotland on Sunday have improved after the latest round of coronavirus testing returned no further positives.
Scotland will have to wait until Wednesday to learn if their Guinness Six Nations clash in Paris will go ahead after France confirmed another five players had tested positive for coronavirus.
The Guinness Six Nations returns this week after a weekend off, with France and Wales leading the way.
Captain Charles Ollivon is among five new France players who will miss the Guinness Six Nations match against Scotland after testing positive for Covid-19.
Elliot Daly says the opportunity to learn from England team-mate Owen Farrell was highly influential in his decision to join Saracens.
Bath back-row Josh Bayliss has been called up to the Scotland squad for the first time for Sunday’s Six Nations match against France.
Eddie Jones attempted to persuade Louis Rees-Zammit to choose England over Wales and having failed in his pursuit, he hopes the wing’s explosive development stalls on Saturday.
Dan Robson views his two-year wait for a first England start as a possible blessing as he continues to snap at the heels of first-choice scrum-half Ben Youngs.