29-year-old lock will continue to play with the Reds and the Wallabies until he moves to the Premiership at the end of the year
Stuart Lancaster has selected a back-line with just 91 caps between them which includes debutants Nowell and Burrell
When Chris Robshaw led England for the first time, at Murrayfield in the opening match of the 2012 Six Nations, his back division was as green as the proverbial grass. Owen Farrell was making his international debut in the centre, as was Brad Barritt, and while dear old Charlie Hodgson had a fair few caps behind him at outside-half, the impression was of a unit in its infancy. And now, two years down the red-rose road? The back line has grown less experienced, not more.
The Exeter wing gets his chance in Paris against France
I’ve been working on my leg power, my pace; I feel more confident
It will be the third successive Six Nations the Harlequins flanker has been at the helm for
Lancaster has warned administrators that the Elite Player Squad members need to be looked after better following a gruelling Lions tour and first half of the domestic season
We select our best XV from the penultimate round of group matches across Europe
The hosts, who had moved the match across from the Stoop, led 19-3 at the break but were unable to add a crucial fourth try
Harlequins lock George Robson insists the club’s domestic and European campaigns hinge on the “Big Game Six” against Exeter at Twickenham today.
A round-up of Saturday's Aviva Premiership action
Connacht coach Pat Lam was delighted at the way his side held their nerve on Sunday to pull off one of the biggest wins in the history of the Irish provincial side and put them back in the hunt for a Heineken Cup quarter-final place.
Harlequins celebrated 50 years at their Twickenham Stoop ground with a 27-19 win over Gloucester as the visitors could not overcome the decisive loss of three men to the sin-bin.
Gareth Steenson has warned that Premiership play-off contenders Exeter are ready to “push on and achieve more” after positioning themselves strongly for domestic and European success.
A look at the side which will line-up against the 2011 World Cup winners at Twickenham on Saturday
Knee trouble sees loose-head prop join fellow front-rowers Mako Vunipola and Joe Marler on the casualty list