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Sale Sharks proved too strong for Northampton Saints as they eased to a 34-14 win in the Premiership clash at Franklin’s Gardens on Tuesday.
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England stars could miss a big chunk of the early Premiership season due to fixture clashes with the Six Nations and Autumn Nations Cup.
This week’s Loose Pass looks at Saracens, Exeter and more uncertainty.
Premiership leaders Exeter Chiefs host London Irish while Bristol Bears face Leicester Tigers and Worcester take on Saracens this Wednesday.
Ireland and Leinster legend Rob Kearney has inked a one-year contract to play for Australian outfit the Western Force, who are based in Perth.
Two Friday night games will kick off the 2020/21 Premiership season as Harlequins host Exeter Chiefs and Sale Sharks face Northampton Saints.
So how will history judge the last decade of rugby giants Saracens?
Quins boss Paul Gustard was upset that Chris Robshaw’s final game at the Stoop ended in a Premiership defeat to play-off hopefuls Wasps.
A red card for Elia Elia ultimately cost Harlequins chance of victory as they lost 32-23 to Wasps in Monday’s Premiership clash at the Stoop.
Exeter Chiefs boss Rob Baxter feels that Covid-19 testing at Premiership clubs could soon end, saying there are lots of reasons to call a halt to it.
With the dust having settled on the Champions Cup semi-finals, we have analysed the games to pick the best players from the weekend.
Northampton Saints host Sale Sharks in what promises to be an exciting Premiership encounter at Franklin’s Gardens on Tuesday.
Check out the video highlights from the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup, starting with Bristol’s win over Bordeaux-Begles at Ashton Gate.
Check out the highlights from the semi-finals of the Champions Cup.
See who’s Hot and Not following the week’s on and off-field action.
Exeter Chiefs skipper Joe Simmonds insists his team will not lose focus as they aim to finish the season with domestic and European success.
Toulouse lock Rory Arnold is an injury concern for Wallabies coach Dave Rennie ahead of the team’s upcoming Rugby Championship campaign.