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

Jonny Wilkinson celebrates winning his first Heineken Cup after the 16-15 victory over Clermont Auvergne

Heineken Cup: Leicester Tigers travel to Ulster to kick-off new season of European rugby as Round One and Two fixtures are announced

Other standout matches include Ospreys v Leinster and Racing Metro v Clermont while the second round will kick off with Saracens entertaining Toulouse in the first ever Friday night rugby match at Wembley

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In-demand British and Irish Lions star Leigh Halfpenny set to be tempted by lucrative French offers

Cardiff Blues fight for Lions' man of series but will struggle to see off Top 14 clubs

Head coach Warren Gatland leaves the ANZ Stadium pitch after the LIons victory over Australia

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They have not beaten the All Blacks for 42 years

Lions captain Alun Wyn Jones flies the Welsh flag in Sydney

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Moody Views: I would like to see a Europe tour for the Lions to take on France and Italy

Gatland: Shocked by level of abuse

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'I haven't enjoyed the last 72 hours and I'm not taking a lot of pleasure in feeling vindicated,' says Lions coach after triumph in deciding Test by record score secures first series win in 16 years

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New Zealander admits that it's hard to enjoy win following reaction to his selection for deciding Test

Alex Corbisiero scores against the Wallabies during their third Test match at ANZ Stadium in Sydney

Australia 16 Lions 41: Record-breaking Lions seal series with stunning victory in Sydney

Leigh Halfpenny inspires side to 41-16 victory as the tourist secure their first series victory for 16 years

Leicester ponder Richard Cockerill appeal after receiving written reasons

The director of rugby has been banned for nine-matches

Michael Hooper (right) chats to the man who has replaced him in the Australia side, George Smith, in Sydney

British and Irish Lions 2013: Australia coach Robbie Deans pleased Lions have lost Brian O'Driscoll's experience

Australia were planning O'Driscoll strategy but have also made big call in dropping Hooper

British and Irish Lions 2013: Will Carling says decision to drop Brian O'Driscoll has 'no logic'

The Irish centre will play no part in the final Test

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British and Irish Lions 2013: Australia coach Robbie Deans admits surprise at decision to axe Brian O'Driscoll

The Irish centre will play no part in the final Test

Brian O'Driscoll walks dejectedly off the pitch after defeat in game two

James Lawton on the British and Irish Lions: Was the axing of Brian O'Driscoll sacrilege? Don't be silly... it is time to live in the present

When we looked for Brian O'Driscoll's flame we found it had run rather low

Warren Gatland looks on during a Lions training session

British and Irish Lions 2013: Analysis - The notion Warren Gatland favours the Welsh is farcical

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Leicester Tigers boss Richard Cockerill is suspended for nine matches over his conduct in the Premiership final

Leicester critical of RFU over handling of Richard Cockerill case

The Tigers' director of rugby was banned for nine matches

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