The successful British and Irish Lions skipper will lead out the Welsh when they take on South Africa on Saturday at the Millennium Stadium
Rolland sent off the Wales captain in the 2011 World Cup semi-final
Lead changed hands on multiple occasion before the Kiwis put their foot down to clinch Rugby Championship glory
Jake White's exit from Brumbies and recent heavy defeats hint at troubles Down Under
Springboks romp home to staggering win to get their Rugby Championship campaign off to a winning start
Almost a decade after they were dismissed as "window dressing", racial quotas are on their way back to South African sport.
The series decider takes place tomorrow
Coach made statement following disastrous World Cup
England have cause for cheer, Scotland have silver linings, Wales are in a bad place but Ireland can be optimistic. By Chris Hewett tries to work out what it all means
Home team admit they have a mighty tall order containing an opponent without weaknesses
Outside-half's aggression will be key to home hopes as Lancaster looks to combat Carter and All Blacks
England's raw outside-half insists he is ready to go head-to-head with returning New Zealand star Dan Carter
Goode, Cole, Wood and Launchbury can go the distance but, for all the academies, the jury is out on the rest
Coaches view: Playing the Boks you find yourself up against big blokes who don’t like you
England coach makes six changes for South Africa, with no place for Sharples or Care
Stuart Lancaster has not been afraid to wield the axe since succeeding Martin Johnson as England boss, but he has stopped well short of using a chainsaw. Until last night.