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Stuart Lancaster has selected a back-line with just 91 caps between them which includes debutants Nowell and Burrell

Dylan Hartley will return to the England team for the Test against Argentina

England v Argentina: Stuart Lancaster overhauls front-row while Marland Yarde and Christian Wade ruled out through injury

Ben Foden comes in on the left wing as Joe Marler, Dylan Hartley and David Wilson form new front-three

Christian Wade may be recalled for England

Autumn internationals: Sheer class of winger Christian Wade leads to call up

Lancaster will freshen up England side with Ashton, Youngs and Cole due to be rested

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Gloucester ban fan who threw drink over Wasps player Elliot Daly

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<br/> The England loosehead was at his barnstorming best, carrying nine times and putting in the same number of tackles. His development will be crucial if Sarries are serious about their Heineken Cup chances.

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Scarlets’ Rhodri Williams dives in to score the first try on Saturday

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Harlequins’ doomed attempt to play fast and loose against a Scarlets team that knows no other way – “we will never change,” said the Welsh region’s manager and former Wales wing Garan Evans, as he boarded a bus emblazoned with a rampant dragon for a happy journey back down the M4 – leaves them contemplating more of the same pain this weekend, away to Clermont Auvergne in the second round of Heineken Cup pool matches.

BT reveal they are considering bid for Champions League football to rival ITV and Sky Sports

Chief executive says BT can co-exist with Sky

Marland Yarde has admitted that London Irish's self-imposed alcohol ban is to credit for win over Harlequins

London Irish drinking ban paid off with victory over Harlequins claims England winger Marland Yarde

Yarde admits that the squad-wide self-imposed alcohol ban could continue in an effort to maintain winning ways as Irish prepare for Europe

Toby Flood revived Leicester’s fortunes in the last quarter

Premiership: Tigers and Saints equally matched in slips and sins

The good and bad was served up in 19-19 draw at Welford Road

Mike Blair looks to offload to Adam Powell during Newcastle Falcons' victory over Worcester Warriors

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Warriors are without a win in over seven months after Falcons earn first victory at Sixways since 2004

Owen Farrell converts a penalty during Saracens' victory over London Wasps

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A Will Fraser try and points from England duo Alex Goode and Will Fraser sees off valiant Wasps with captain Chris Bell going over twice

Northampton have Lions star George North available
James Johnston of Saracens is congratulated by his team-mate Neil De Kock

Harlequins 12 Saracens 22 match report: Owen Farrell adds the points as Saracens power forward

Evans’ four penalties prove to be in vain as Harlequins are outmuscled in cross-capital derby

Matt Banahan attempts to break through the London Irish defence

Bath 33 London Irish 18 match report: George Ford motors as Bath sink battling Irish before the half-time whistle

Young fly-half puts his hand up for England after leading first-half demolition of Irish

Billy Vunipola: His switch to No 8 will give Saracens more power in the back five
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Billy Twelvetrees agrees new deal with Gloucester

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