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Gloucester recovered from being 14-9 down to beat leaders Saracens 23-17 in an entertaining Premiership fixture at Kingsholm on Friday.
There were wins for the Ospreys and the Dragons in the Anglo-Welsh Cup on Friday as they beat Cardiff Blues and Scarlets respectively.
Edinburgh have announced the signing of Scotland captain and flanker John Barclay, who will arrive from the Scarlets on a two-year contract.
The Top 14 returns this week as the competition hits Round 10 with some big games taking place, starting with Clermont against Lyon.
Rugby Western Australia has gone into administration over “financial constraints” after trying to avoid Western Force’s Super Rugby axing.
The Sharks have appointed former Springbok assistant coach Dick Muir as an attack and backline consultant for the 2018 Super Rugby season.
Sale boss Steve Diamond has received a six-week stadium ban after pleading guilty to “conduct prejudicial to the interests of the game”.
Your one-stop spot for November Test XVs, updated as they come out.
After facing each other four times in 2016, England and Australia meet for the first and only time this year when they clash at Twickenham.
Australia have suffered a setback ahead of their clash with England at Twickenham on Saturday as lock Adam Coleman has been ruled out.
There are five games scheduled for Saturday and Sunday with the main match at Sandy Park between champions Exeter Chiefs and Harlequins.
Springbok lock and captain Eben Etzebeth wants his side to perform to their best on Saturday against France at the Stade de France in Paris.
After their convincing victory against South Africa last weekend, Ireland will be full of confidence when they take on Fiji in Dublin on Saturday.
Wales will be hoping to hit the ground running when they take on a confident Georgia side in their end-of-year Test in Cardiff on Saturday.
France and South Africa do battle in the Stade de France on Saturday in what could be a significant match for the teams’ respective coaches.
We’re set for another weekend of exciting internationals and here are our predictions for the matches taking place throughout Europe.
Italy will be looking to do something they’ve not managed since June last year in Florence on Saturday, claim back-to-back Test victories.
Scotland will be looking to see how far they’ve really come in the past 18 months when they host the All Blacks at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Fiji are boosted by the return of wing Nemani Nadolo to their line-up ahead of their match against Ireland at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.