No typhoons this week, just a gathering English storm. Whether it will be enough to propel Eddie Jones’s side all the way to World Cup glory remains to be seen but Australia could not withstand their surge
Eddie Jones calls them his Kamikaze Kids, which fits – because the way Tom Curry and Sam Underhill play is right out of a comic book. You could picture it in Roy Lichtenstein prints. Pop! Pow! Whaam! They
Australia coach Michael Cheika says it is too early to decide whether he will resign following his side's defeat by England in the World Cup quarter-final. England comprehensively beat the Wallabies 40-16
Speaking after New Zealand suffered an apparently seismic 16-9 defeat to Ireland last November, Steve Hansen issued a gentle reminder that there was a lot of water to go under the bridge before the World
OITA, Japan (Reuters) - Australia are keen to make a good start against in England in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals, but only because it would give them a strong foundation to finish off the game
The war of words never materialised this week. Eddie Jones and Michael Cheika have been on their best behaviour; offered no end of long-hops, the pair have shouldered arms at practically every opportunity.
Two of the game’s most distinguished flankers, Peter Winterbottom of England and Wales’ Martyn Williams, believe that Sam Underhill and Tom Curry will be entirely at home on a red carpet parade of back-row
Australia's Michael Hooper says he is prepared for England flankers Tom Curry and Sam Underhill to try usurp him and David Pocock at the breakdown in Saturday's World Cup quarter-final. Curry and Underhill