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Exeter upset leaders Harlequins

Exeter pulled off a stunning Aviva Premiership upset as leaders Harlequins were sent crashing to defeat at the Stoop.

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Courtney Lawes will make his first England start at blindside flanker as one of three changes

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England will look to continue their hopes of winning the Grand Slam at Twickenham this weekend

Stuart Lancaster had a “good chat” with his Lions counterpart

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Two uncapped drafted in for Twickenham showdown

Good kicker: Ben Botica en route to 20 points in place of injured Nick Evans

Match Report: Inspirational Danny Care reinforces his England claim

Harlequins 25 Leicester Tigers 21

Manu Tuilagi is set to be back in action for Leicester
Joe Marler and the England squad pictured training

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England prop says that on current form England would feel confident of winning the ultimate prize

Manu Tuilagi

Manu Tuilagi among players released by England for weekend club duty

Toby Flood and Thomas Waldrom also released from Six Nations duty

7 – Chris Robshaw (England) – The English captain led his side to a first victory in Ireland for 10 years. Brilliant defensively and always looked to ship the ball on from first receiver. Lead-from-the-front example shown by taking final line-out

Mike Brown hails England captain Chris Robshaw as a 'brilliant leader'

Robshaw is in prime position for the British and Irish Lions captaincy

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