The Saracens production line never sleeps. No sooner has it churned out the Owen Farrell and Jamie George generation than the conveyor belt whirrs into action again and off pop Maro Itoje and Nick Isiekwe.
Graham Henry used to complain when he was in charge of Wales that rugby there was like a shower without a temperature control: it was either too hot or too cold. Eddie Jones is having the same problem
Referee Angus Gardner has admitted he was wrong not to penalise Owen Farrell for a controversial ‘no-arms’ tackle in the final moments of England’s win over South Africa. England won their first game the
Rugby World Cup 2019 healthcheck: Our verdict on each nation and how they are faring with Japan in view
The autumn internationals were a vital staging post as teams map their route towards Japan and our experts reveal who is in the best shape to challenge. England Mood around the camp In start contrast how
Eddie Jones, take note. BBC Sport users have selected the XV they think should start England's opening game of the World Cup against Tonga next year. England won three out of four autumn internationals
Going into this autumn series England were said to be in trouble. They were without their first three choices at loosehead, Chris Robshaw and Billy Vunipola were unavailable and there was still no certainty
Midfield uncertainty crippled England at Rugby World Cup 2015. It has also preoccupied Eddie Jones over the first six months of a tough 2018. Saturday’s 37-18 win over Australia that signed off a difficult
'Officials continue to turn a blind eye to dangerous Owen Farrell tackles': Telegraph readers on the weekend of sport
England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland all finished successful Autumn International campaigns with victories on Saturday with attention now turning to next year's Six Nations and World Cup. Given their over
Australia found themselves at the wrong end of crucial refereeing decisions for the second successive year against England here at Twickenham, leaving their under-fire head coach, Michael Cheika, to lament
Owen Farrell is such an important player these days that World Rugby appear to have given him his own set of laws to allow him to lead with his shoulder in tackles. This present from referees almost matches
England's autumn internationals are over and it's less than 10 months until the Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan. After three wins and one defeat in November, there's plenty for coach Eddie Jones to
Owen Farrell plays down importance of his captaincy against Australia: 'Nothing has changed. There are leaders all over field'
Owen Farrell assumes the mantle of England captain for the first time in earnest declaring that he will ‘be himself,’ as England look to launch themselves into World Cup year in good order. Farrell insists