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England still need to face sternest test of the AutumnEngland showed tenacity and gall buy the bucket load in the face of adversity at the weekend, in a performance that may well be looked on in years to come as one of the defining moments of Eddie Jones’ tenure as
England strangle Argentina, despite early redEngland are now one game from making it a winning 2016. They held off Argentina with only 14 men for most of the match, going on to win 27-14. It was arguably the most important win in Eddie Jones' twelve matches so far. From the
Tell us what you thought of Wales' match against South Africa today. How did England cope with the early red card?Who played well? What changes would you like to see for next weekend's match with Australia?
I had a reasonable round last weekend, picking Georgia to beat Samoa and Scotland to beat Argentina, but I didn't see Italy winning, and I thought France would beat Australia.This week on SuperBru has already started badly as I did not expect the French Barbarians to beat the Australia XV
Allister Coetzee has named the Springbok side to take on Wales this weekend.Can the Boks end their disappointing year on a brighter note?Photo by: Patrick Khachfe / Onside Images
Wales have made one change from the side that beat Argentina a fortnight ago to face South Africa at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.WALES TEAM TO PLAY SOUTH AFRICA:
15. Leigh Halfpenny (Toulon) (65 Caps)
14. George North (Northampton Saints) (64 Caps)
13. Jonathan Davies (Scarlets) (58 Caps)
12. Scott Williams (Scarlets) (40 Caps)
Who exactly is refereeing the matches now?The much maligned Beauden Barrett try at the weekend will be debated for a long time and what effect it had on the final result in Dublin on Saturday evening, but what was most farcical was who made the final decision on it.Jaco Peyper
New Zealand exact revenge in brutal encounterTwo weeks ago, Ireland had stunned the rugby world with their most famous win, beating the All Blacks for the first time. It was somewhat unfortunate for them that New Zealand had an opportunity to re-establish their authority so soon. They did so using
Seven out of eight correct predictions last week (I thought Georgia would beat Japan), and I've still dropped 71 places to 90th in The Rugby Blog pool - well done to everyone that had a good week on SuperBru.If you haven't joined SuperBru yet, get involved here - it's free,