England Squad for Six Nations 2020

Eddie Jones

England men’s head coach Eddie Jones has named his 34-man squad for the 2020 Guinness Six Nations. Jones has included 22 players who played at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan last year and eight uncapped players. Of those uncapped players Tom Dunn, Ben Earl and Ollie Thorley have

Ireland Squad for Six Nations 2020

Andy Farrell

Andy Farrell has named a 35 player squad which will be captained by Johnny Sexton for the upcoming 2020 Guinness Six Nations Championship. There are five uncapped players named in Ulster’s Billy Burns and Tom O’Toole and the Leinster trio Max Deegan, Caelan Doris and Ronan Kelleher. The coaching group have also

Wales Squad for Six Nations 2020

Dan Biggar

Wales head coach Wayne Pivac has named his first Guinness Six Nations squad which features 38 players, including five uncapped. Prop WillGriff John, second-row Will Rowlands, centre Nick Tompkins and back-three duo Johnny McNicholl and Louis Rees-Zammit are all included in Wales’ 2020 Guinness Six Nations squad as they look to

Simon Amor and Matt Proudfoot join England coaching team

Eddie Jones

England men's head coach Eddie Jones has appointed Simon Amor and Matt Proudfoot as his new assistant coaches. Here is the press release from the RFU: Proudfoot and Amor join defence coach John Mitchell and Steve Borthwick, who will switch roles to skills coach, alongside Jones, as the England men’s coaching team

RWC 2019 Warm-ups: England v Wales Prediction

Billy Vunipola

The build-up to this game has been relatively low key - perhaps because it's August, the middle of the holiday season and international rugby is not usually on the agenda. Or perhaps some people think that the result is not particularly important, given it's just a warm-up game and it's the

RWC 2019 Warm-ups: England Squad to Play Wales

Owen Farrell

England men’s head coach Eddie Jones has called up 33 players to assemble today at Pennyhill Park ahead of England’s first Quilter International against Wales on Sunday 11 August at Twickenham Stadium KO 2pm, live on Sky Sports. With no new players added to the squad following England’s 12-day training camp