Sometimes you just have to sit back and admire the bestSix from Six in The Rugby Championship and a full house of 30 points - 17 more than their nearest rival - for the All Blacks means it looks very difficult to envisage where or when the men in Black
We've reached the last round of The Rugby Championship, with Australia versus Argentina at Twickenham, and the Springboks hosting the All Blacks.South Africa v New ZealandThe Springboks finally rewarded my faith last week with a gritty win over the Wallabies, reverting to type with Morne Steyn kicking most of the
Jekyll and Hyde TigersI really cannot work this Leicester team out this year as their indifferent form continued at the weekend.Last Sunday they controlled a high-flying Bath team at Welford Road and looked every inch potential contenders, but this weekend, they put in a terrible defensive performance against Sale.
The Rugby Championship returns this weekend, with the Pumas in New Zealand and the Springboks in Australia.New Zealand v ArgentinaThe Pumas enjoyed a great win in Salta in Round 2, beating the Springboks by two points, and they'll take confidence into this clash with the All Blacks.Unfortunately, they'll
New Zealand beat Australia at a canter, whilst Argentina downed the Springboks in Salta.Take a look at the highlights and let us know your thoughts on the matches.New Zealand v AustraliaArgentina v South AfricaTickets to Argentina v Australia at Twickenham Stadium are available from £45 for adults, £25 for
The first Bledisloe Cup match takes centre stage in Round 1, whilst South Africa take on Argentina.Australia v New ZealandLess than a year on from the Rugby World Cup, technically the beginning of the 4-year cycle, and the All Blacks are without retirees Richie McCaw, Dan Carter, Keven Mealamu, Ma'a