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March 7 2014 Latest news:
England will bid to avenge last season’s 30-3 drubbing when they renew their 6 Nations rivalry with Wales at Twickenham on Sunday.
England have named Ben Morgan at number eight for Sunday’s pivotal RBS 6 Nations title showdown with Wales at Twickenham.
Barking travel to relegation-threatened Basingstoke this weekend and director of rugby Nick Warren knows his side face a battle against a team ‘fighting for their lives’.
Harlequins boss Conor O’Shea revealed rugby union’s salary cap was the only reason Sam Smith was leaving for Worcester after the 23-year-old winger denied his future club their first Aviva Premiership win of the season.
London Wasps director of rugby David Young had few complaints as his side lost 21-17 at home to Sale Sharks – a defeat which dented his side’s hopes of European qualification.
Director of rugby Brian Smith thought that London Irish’s small squad finally paid the price for eight tough weeks as they lost 18-0 to Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park.
Premiership: Harlequins 21 Worcester 20
Premiership: Wasps 17 Sale 21
Director of Rugby Nick Warren goes into the final six games hoping Barking manage to avoid a season whitewash in National Three London & SE,
Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall hailed an “amazing” performance as a makeshift fly-half by England reserve full-back Alex Goode after his side crushed rivals Bath 23-10 at the Recreation Ground.
Premiership: Bath 10 Saracens 23
Hooker Schalk Brits says he has no plans to follow prop Matt Stevens back to South Africa but admits that if he ever leaves Saracens it would never be for another English side.
London Broncos have completed the signing of Australian half-back Josh Drinkwater from St George Illawarra.
England Under-20 centre and 2013 IRB Junior World Cup winner Harry Sloan makes his Premiership debut for Harlequins when Worcester Warriors visit The Stoop on Saturday (3pm).
Director of rugby Brian Smith has called on his London Irish side to travel to Exeter Chiefs tomorrow and put in the kind of away day performance that has seen the Exiles win at Saracens and Wasps this term.
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