Is Eddie Jones the most brutal man in rugby?

Those who have worked with him would attest that the new England coach is uncompromising, doesn’t suffer small talk and demands total commitment from his players. It’s a style that can backfire, but more often than not it brings success

Double act of faith in Ford and Farrell

The old friends and rivals are delighted by a rare chance to line up side by side at Murrayfield – but, asks Chris Hewett, who will get goal-kicking duties?

Ex-captain Robshaw just glad still to be in the England crew

After four years leading his country, the Harlequins flanker knew his World Cup contribution had not impressed the new England coach Eddie Jones. Now thriving in a blind-side role, he tells Chris Hewett he’s raring to go in the Six Nations

Is Jones ready to revive England?

After a thrilling World Cup, international rugby in the northern hemisphere resumes with a Six Nations’ Championship in which an England side under new leadership have most to prove. Hugh Godwin reports