Sport Harlequins and Leicester Tigers players leave the Twickenham Stoop pitch after the game is stopped on 'health and safety grounds'

Play was stopped on 'health and safety grounds' after Paul Sackey, Maurie Fa'asavalu and Tom Guest

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Owen Farrell to go head-to-head with Dan Carter when England take on New Zealand

Farrell handed the number 10 jersey in Toby Flood's absence

Carter: 'We thrive on pressure – we absolutely love it. I haven't felt any lessening, just because of 2011'

Dan Carter: Why Dan's desperate for more with New Zealand

All Black outside-half hopes to be fit to face England on Saturday, when he and his side will continue their relentless quest to be bigger, better and stronger than the team that won the World Cup, he tells Chris Hewett

Warren Gatland: Coach is in the final stages of discussing a 10-month deal for tour of Australia

Injury woes weigh heavy on Wales ahead of Australia clash

Wales take on Australia this weekend

Chris Robshaw has been taken to task over his decision-making

New Zealand join critics of England captain Chris Robshaw

England host the All Blacks at Twickenham this weekend

All Blacks turn to football to mix it up...

The All Blacks are so dominant at rugby they have decided to take up football as well to see how they go... Here, hooker Dane Coles tries to tackle Richie McCaw (not always a wise decision) at a training session at London's Imperial College.

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Freddie Burns in line to make England debut against New Zealand

Gloucester fly-half Freddie Burns is in line to make his England debut against New Zealand on Saturday after being called up as an injury replacement for Toby Flood.

Ruan Pienaar will be at the heart of all that South Africa do today

Brian Smith: Boks are so brutal I’ve known players pleading to come off...

Coaches view: Playing the Boks you find yourself up against big blokes who don’t like you

Francois Louw grateful for English education at Bath

Francois Louw credits his move to Bath with his return to the South Africa team - but he also has England captain Chris Robshaw to thank.

South Africa lock Eben Etzebeth cited

Etzebeth will appear before an International Rugby Board disciplinary hearing on Tuesday

England's Chris Ashton goes for the gap during the QBE International at Twickenham

Lancaster needs to become the father of invention – and fast

There is no vim. England didn't lack effort. What was missing was a clue

Michael Hooper retains his place at No 7 with David Pocock out

Brian Smith: Deans is feeling heat as he tries to lift depleted Wallabies

Coach’s view: The line-out will be a serious contest... Expect plenty of fun and games

Parents' bid to block Richmond Catholic schools fails

Local parents and the British Humanist Association have failed in a High Court bid to block proposals for two new Catholic schools.

Winger Digby Ioane returns for Australia against England

Australia winger Digby Ioane returns for Saturday's Cook Cup clash with England at Twickenham as one of four changes to the side blitzed by France.

Chris Ashton back to haunt Australia after England recall

Chris Ashton is back to haunt Australia after being recalled to the England side for Saturday's Cook Cup showdown at Twickenham.

Leicester’s Toby Flood is set to win his 52nd cap on Saturday

Flood on to a Goode thing in promising partnership for England

England fly-half praises growing rapport with full-back as Monye gets sent back to his club

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