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Planet Rugby looks back at the best – and worst – of 2018 expressed in numerical form, this year coming at you via a festive advent calendar.
Watch the best of the action from Day Two of the Cape Town Sevens.
Highlights of the Champions Cup action, starting at Murrayfield.
Fiji bounced back from last week’s fifth-place finish by taking the Cup title at the Cape Town Sevens, defeating USA 29-15 in Sunday’s final.
Racing 92 consolidated their spot on top of Pool 4 by seeing off Leicester Tigers 36-26 in their Champions Cup clash at U Arena.
Munster returned to the Pool 2 summit of the Champions Cup after they beat Castres 30-5 in a hard-fought fixture at Thomond Park on Sunday.
After a nervy start to the game, Saracens saw off Cardiff Blues 51-25 at Allianz Park to return to the summit of Pool 3 of the Champions Cup.
Watch the best of the action from Day One at the Cape Town Sevens.
Clermont and La Rochelle secured their third bonus-point victories in the Challenge Cup, while Sale Sharks also managed the same feat.
Toulouse sealed their third consecutive win in this season’s Champions Cup following an impressive victory against Wasps at the Ricoh Arena.
Day One of the Cape Town Sevens saw hosts South Africa, USA, Fiji and Australia finish top of their pools after an entertaining day of action.
Toulon claimed their first victory in this season’s Champions Cup pool stage as they beat Montpellier 38-28 at Stade Felix-Mayol on Saturday.
Leinster went into top spot in Pool One with a 17-10 victory over Bath in Champions Cup Round Three action at Recreation Ground on Saturday.
Glasgow Warriors sealed their second bonus-point victory in this season’s Champions Cup after a superb 42-22 triumph over Lyon.
Gloucester caused a big upset when they defeated Premiership rivals Exeter Chiefs 27-12 at Sandy Park in the Champions Cup on Saturday.
Newcastle boss Dean Richards hit out at European Professional Club Rugby for disregarding player welfare in his side’s loss to Edinburgh.
Leicester have suffered a blow after experienced hooker Tom Youngs was ruled out of their December fixtures after suffering a knee injury.
Round Three of the Champions Cup throws up some mouth-watering fixtures and we are putting our head on the block to pick our winners.