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'Good chance' Etzebeth will lead Boks
Etzebeth has a very good chance of recovering from his leg injury to lead the Boks in their third Castle Lager Outgoing Tour match against Italy this weekend, the Springboks’ medical team confirmed on Monday. Read full article
Matt on Boks: hookers into spotlight
The Springboks left Paris on Sunday afternoon with two injury concerns coming out of the one-point victory over France, one to captain Eben Etzebeth and the other to hooker Malcolm Marx. Read full article
That's Rich: Global season can’t come soon enough
The northern hemisphere autumn international program is proving a good advertisement for why the global season for rugby cannot arrive soon enough. Read full article
Disaster averted but too many questions
The Springboks’ 18-17 win over France in Paris ensured that complete disaster was averted but there are still too many questions that need answering. Read full article
X-rays for Marx and Etzebeth
Springbok captain Eben Etzebeth and hooker Malcolm Marx had X-rays on Sunday to determine the severity of injuries sustained in Saturday’s 18-17 win over France in Paris. Read full article
Care is England's Sanchez - Jones
Eddie Jones has hailed Danny Care as a creative maestro on a par with Arsenal footballer Alexis Sanchez after the England scrum-half inspired an impressive victory over old rivals Australia. Read full article
Noves dismisses future talk after defeat
France coach Guy Noves said he would not answer questions about his future after his side suffered an 18-17 defeat against a troubled South Africa team in their second November test on Saturday. Read full article
Picamoles 'fed up' with French defeats
Louis Picamoles admitted France are fed up with losing after suffering a seventh reverse in 10 matches this year against South Africa in Paris. Read full article
Gatland denies Wales bent the rules
Wales denied engaging in gamesmanship at the end of their narrow 13-6 victory over Georgia on Saturday, which potentially cost their unrated opponents Read full article
Ireland's Carbery set for long layoff
Ireland back Joey Carbery broke his arm playing for Ireland against Fiji in Dublin on Saturday and will be out for "the foreseeable future", according to coach Joe Schmidt. Read full article
Vermeulen in line for captain's role
Duane Vermeulen was initially considered not fit enough to embark on South Africa's end-of-year tour to Europe but could end up captaining the Springboks when they meet Italy next weekend. Read full article
All Blacks coach satisfied despite close call
New Zealand narrowly avoided a first defeat to Scotland, and while the result was much closer than many would have predicted, Steve Hansen, was satisfied with their days work. Read full article
Coetzee delighted with Boks 'character'
South Africa coach Allister Coetzee paid tribute to the character of his "unbelievable" players after they hit back from last week's record defeat to Ireland to beat France in Paris. Read full article
Scotland rue missed opportunity v NZ
Scotland captain John Barclay was left rueing 'the one that got away' after his inspired side came close to an historic victory against New Zealand in a 22-17 defeat against the world champions. Read full article
Jones wary of Samoa after record win
Eddie Jones insisted he could yet field England's strongest side against cash-strapped Samoa after they beat his native Australia 30-6 at Twickenham. Read full article
France will be another level - Joseph
Japan coach Jamie Joseph hailed a performance of strength and application as his side overwhelmed Tonga 39-6 in southwest France on Saturday. Read full article
Boks stand up in Paris
The Springboks brought some needed relief from the negativity that has engulfed South African rugby in the past week by scoring a hard-fought but nail-biting 18-17 win over France at Stade de France. Read full article
Fiji push Ireland to the limit
Fiji came close to beating an inexperienced Ireland team in a pulsating clash in Dublin on Saturday but the home side clung on for a sixth win a row. Read full article
All Blacks resist inspired Scotland
It took an injury-time tackle from New Zealand fly-half Beauden Barrett on Scotland's flying full-back Stuart Hogg to deny a dogged Scotland the chance of an historic victory against the All Blacks on Saturday. Read full article
France v SA LIVE
Welcome to our live coverage of today's End of Year Tour action. Read full article
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