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Moala faces four weeks out with elbow injury
The All Blacks series sweep over Wales came at a cost with centre George Moala ruled out for up to four weeks with an elbow injury he sustained in the 46-6 third test victory in Dunedin on Saturday. Read full article
France cruise to victory in Argentina
France snapped a four-match losing streak under coach Guy Noves by defeating Argentina 27-0 in Tucuman on Saturday to draw a two-test series. Read full article
Scots grind out win over plucky Japan
Captain Greig Laidlaw sparked a late turnaround as Scotland toiled to beat Japan 21-16 on Saturday, ending their two-test tour of the Far East with a second win. Read full article
'Wales undone by pace of All Blacks'
The pace of the All Blacks in attack and into contact was the key difference in their 46-6 victory in the third test on Saturday, according to Wales coach Warren Gatland. Read full article
England sweep Australia in Sydney
A ruthless England side beat Australia 44-40 in a thrilling rollercoaster of a third test on Saturday to inflict a first 3-0 home series sweep on the Wallabies since 1971. Read full article
Strong first half gives Samoa win
Patrick Fa'apale kicked 13 points for Samoa in a strong first half and then the hosts held off a bruising second half performance from Tonga for a 30-10 victory in their Pacific Nations Cup clash in Apia. Read full article
Barrett shines as All Blacks sweep Wales
New Zealand pounded Wales with pace and intensity and a masterful performance by Beauden Barrett to sweep the three-test series with a 46-6 victory in Dunedin on Saturday. Read full article
Read tells new All Blacks to keep foot to floor
All Blacks captain Kieran Read had a simple message on Friday for the newcomers to his side ahead of the third test against Wales - don't expect it to be easy. Read full article
England desperate for clean sweep
England are desperate to end their successful trip Down Under with a third win in Sydney on Saturday to secure an unprecedented series sweep over Australia, scrum coach Neal Hatley said on Friday. Read full article
Australia need structure shift - Hooper
Australia must give their wide runners one-on-one situations against English defenders if they are to give themselves the best chance of avoiding a series sweep, Michael Hooper said on Friday. Read full article
'Opportunity of a lifetime to sweep Aus'
Coach Eddie Jones has urged his players not to be seduced by praise as they close in on a "once in a lifetime opportunity" to vanquish Australia 3-0 in their series finale in Sydney on Saturday. Read full article
Wales look forward to a beer after NZ tie
Wales will be stronger for their New Zealand tour whatever the result of the final test but the first order for an exhausted squad will be a beer and a rest, assistant coach Neil Jenkins said. Read full article
France aim to improve defence v Pumas
Improving defensive systems has been a priority for France coach Guy Noves as he plots a victory over Argentina in Tucuman on Saturday that would level the two-test series. Read full article
Trinh-Duc gets France recall
France have recalled flyhalf Francois Trinh-Duc while naming lock forward Yoann Maestri as captain for Saturday's second and final test against Argentina. Read full article
Ireland's Reddan to retire after PE test
Ireland scrumhalf Eoin Reddan announced his retirement from rugby on Thursday with the curtain falling on his glittering career in the series-deciding third test against South Africa at the weekend. Read full article
Harrison named for England's bid to sweep series
Eddie Jones has stuck with the team that sealed a first series win on Australian soil, naming only one injury-forced change to the starting side for the third test in Sydney on Saturday. Read full article
Wales 'shooting themselves in the foot'
Wales coach Warren Gatland has urged his players to "stop shooting themselves in the foot" and cut out the mistakes as they look to avoid a total rout in their three-test series against New Zealand. Read full article
Cheika makes three changes for third test
Australia coach Michael Cheika has welcomed back inside centre Matt Toomua and replaced both locks for the third and final test against England in Sydney on Saturday. Read full article
Savea back in reshaped NZ for third test
Bruising wing Julian Savea returns to frontline action and Elliot Dixon will make his test debut as New Zealand take a "risk and reward" approach to the third test against Wales in Dunedin on Saturday. Read full article
Injured forwards Jenkins, Davies return home
Wales will go into the third and final test against world champions New Zealand on Saturday without starting prop Gethin Jenkins and experienced lock Bradley Davies after they were sent home injured. Read full article
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