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The Northampton Saints player had already been ruled out of this weekend's clash with New Zealand

Stuart Lancaster's side have won their last six games at Twickenham

All Blacks’ revenge mission will be our most difficult test so far, says Stuart Lancaster

Stuart Lancaster faces the most delicate motivational task of his international career as England seek to strengthen their credentials as potential winners of the home World Cup in 2015 by beating New Zealand, the reigning champions, at Twickenham this weekend. The All Blacks are treating the match as a revenge mission following their record defeat in London a year ago, while Lancaster’s men see it as a rite of passage.

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England v New Zealand: Mako Vunipola to miss Twickenham clash with knee injury

Despite suffering a concussion, Joe Marler may be fit to face the All Blacks

England captain Chris Robshaw wants to turn Twickenham into a fortress ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup

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The current World Cup holders are out for revenge after losing this fixture a year ago but Robshaw wants to turn home stadium into a place to fear for opposition

Rugby round-up: All Blacks forced to repel spirited French fightback

The All Blacks took until the second half to break open their match against France in Paris and finished it on the back foot as the home side battled to complete what would have been a remarkable comeback before going down 26-19.

Katy McLean wants England to build for next year's World Cup

Katy McLean skips school for tough French test

Teacher captains England women on revenge mission at Twickenham today

Brian Smith: Troubled Argentina can be dangerous but England should tame them

Coach's view: You can have all the talent and potential in the world yet struggle when your players are spread all over the globe

England have called-up Danny Care to the bench for their match against Argentina after Ben Youngs picked up a hip injury

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Care will provide cover for for starting scrum-half Lee Dickson after being called in as injury cover

Chris Ashton runs though the slalom poles during training

England v Argentina: Chris Ashton is lucky to be in the England team, says Stuart Lancaster

Injuries force coach to retain winger for Argentina match despite his lack of form

Chris Robshaw is conscious that England must entertain the Twickenham crowd from the start

Autumn internationals: England will find style to match steel, says Chris Robshaw

'We had to get the cobwebs out of our system and to do that while winning against a top team was great,' says England captain

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

Heineken Cup: Harlequins face stiff French test of credentials after being left red-faced by Scarlets

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.

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