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England ready to name two spinners for second Test

Cipriani suffers demotion to Saxons duty

High-profile Wasps outside-half overlooked for Six Nations clash with Italy

Eddie Jones: Who I'd pick in my England starting XV

Calling the shots

Saracens recruit Marshall to plug gap

Jones turns to former All Black great to solve scrum-half shortage

Cueto puts case for England recall

Sale 14 London Irish 8

Flatman boosts his England hopes

Bath 25 Northampton 14

Luke Narraway: 'A lot of people are saying we have run out of excuses and need to nail a trophy'

Gloucester travel to London Irish for today's top of the Premiership showdown with No 8 Luke Narraway determined that they lose their reputation as serial chokers and, as he tells Chris Hewett, to force his way back into the England team

Saint-André calls time on Sale spell

Frenchman to be succeeded by Kingsley Jones at end of season after four-year reign

Cipriani dropped from England team

Danny Cipriani has been dropped from the England team to play New Zealand on Saturday.

Sheridan set to miss New Zealand

England prop Andrew Sheridan will miss Saturday's game against New Zealand as he continues to receive treatment on a neck injury.

England lose Sheridan for South Africa clash

England prop Andrew Sheridan has been ruled out of Saturday's game against South Africa with a neck injury.

Haskell is recalled to battle Boks

England bring back big-tackling Wasps forward for Saturday's South Africa Test

South Africa prepare for long season's final effort

Just as Martin Johnson and his colleagues in the England hierarchy were weighing up Andrew Sheridan's chances of recovering from neck trouble in time for this weekend's tussle with the world champions of South Africa, while simultaneously grappling with the rather larger problem of the demise of the red rose scrummage, the Springboks were having a few problems of their own – some of them of the common or garden orthopaedic variety, others significantly more complex and, quite possibly, beyond immediate repair.

Johnson set for 'smart' answer

England manager praises Australian strategy and does not expect Marseilles repeat

England seek to seal place among elite

Johnson's men need three wins to book a top-four seeding for the World Cup

Sheridan seeks to reprise Wallaby destroyer role

Loose-head prop has been Australia's nemesis in the past but admits need to sharpen up
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