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Wasps head coach Dai Young has revealed his dissatisfaction after Wasps centre Gaby Lovobalavu was suspended for four matches.
Hot-stepping Samoan winger Sinoti Sinoti has committed himself to Newcastle Falcons, agreeing a new deal to stay at Kingston Park.
Three PRO14 matches take place on Saturday with Zebre and Cardiff Blues closing out the action in the solitary game on Sunday.
The Bulls will be looking to turn Loftus back in to the fortress it once was when they host the Hurricanes in Super Rugby action on Saturday.
There are six games scheduled for Saturday and Sunday with Exeter, Bath, Gloucester, Harlequins, Sarries and London Irish playing at home.
Round three of this year’s Six Nations gets underway this weekend with France, Ireland and Scotland all having homeground advantage.
The Melbourne Rebels claimed a record-breaking 45-19 victory over the Queensland Reds in their Super Rugby opener at AAMI Park on Friday.
The Highlanders made a fine start to their Super Rugby campaign when they claimed a 41-34 victory over the Blues in Dunedin on Friday.
2016 and 2017 runners-up the Lions will continue their quest to go one better this year when they host the Jaguares at Ellis Park on Saturday.
Wales will be looking to keep their Six Nations hopes alive when they travel to tackle Ireland at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Saturday.
The Stormers will be looking for their second win in a row when they visit the Waratahs at Allianz Stadium in Sydney on Saturday.
Can Scotland end England’s Grand Slam dreams and, in the process, provide a significant fillip for their own title aspirations?
Both France and Italy will be hoping to gain their first victory of this year’s Six Nations when they do battle in Marseille on Friday night.
The Sunwolves and the Brumbies will face off for only the second time ever, at the Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
The Crusaders will start the defence of their title in what should be a tough encounter against the Chiefs in Christchurch on Saturday.
Another busy day in the Rugby Union game as England and Ireland named their teams for this weekend’s Six Nations encounters.
With the Six Nations set to resume, as France, Ireland and Scotland take on Italy, Wales and England respectively, we look at the best odds.
The Ireland coaching group have named the matchday 23 that will host Wales at the Aviva Stadium in Round 3 of the Six Nations Championship.
All the teams as they are released ahead of Round 2 of Super Rugby.