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The England Team Eddie Jones Should Pick To Face Wales

With England struggling against a resilient and highly impressive French outfit, but with the home side’s replacements making the difference to see the men in white take the victory, coach Eddie Jones has some very difficult selection decisions to make before next week’s game against Wales in Cardiff. We put together the side that we think Jones should consider for …

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EXCLUSIVE – International Referee Romain Poite: ‘I Don’t Read Social Media Comments’

World-renowned referee Romain Poite has officiated in every major tournament in the world and been involved in of the sport’s biggest games.  In an exclusive interview, Pundit Arena’s Paul Wassell caught up with him to talk about the changing nature of the job, what he loves about refereeing and how relationships between referees and fans, players and coaches are all …

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Rugby’s Fortresses: The World’s Ten Most Daunting Stadiums

What are the most difficult stadiums to go to and win a test? Using winning percentages to rank the world’s international grounds, we have come up with a list of the top ten most daunting and intimidating places to play rugby for any visiting team. Anyone who has been to the Millennium Stadium during a sell-out and with the roof …

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International Rugby: The Pacific Islands’ Winners XV

In rugby we’re fortunate enough to have three great sporting nations in Fiji, Samoa and Tonga, but what would a team made up of their most successful players look like? What the Pacific Islanders may sometimes lack in structure, they more than make up for in flair and physicality, and some of the most enthralling games in the sport have …

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How World Cup Failure Led To England’s Club Revival

Although the season began with the worst World Cup campaign in the nation’s history, made worse by being the host nation, it appears an early exit from the globe’s most prestigious tournament has helped the Premiership clubs to flourish once again. After some stunning games of rugby, including Wasps’ last-gap win over Exeter, Leicester’s demolition of French giants Stade Francais, …

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England: Grand Slam Has To Be Just The Start

during the RBS Six Nations match between England and Wales at Twickenham Stadium on March 12, 2016 in London, England.

Today could potentially be a historic day for English rugby as the Eddie Jones’ England side look for the country’s first grand slam since 2003, but whilst an important step forward, it should only be just the start. Any victory in Paris is in itself impressive. Wales won there last year and Ireland in 2014, but the last time England …

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The Millennium Stadium Is No More

Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium is set to undergo a name change. One of rugby’s most iconic grounds is set to undergo a name change, with the Millennium Stadium to become known as the Principality Stadium at the turn of the year. The name change is part of a ten year naming rights agreement with the Principality Building Society and will see Wales’ game with Scotland …

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Picture: Cardiff Celebrates Coming Of The RWC In Unique Fashion

The 2015 Rugby World Cup is just a matter of hours away now with England hosting Fiji at Twickenham on Friday night.  Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium must wait another 24 hours before it hosts its opening game of the tournament with Ireland facing Canada on Saturday night, but this hasn’t stopped Wild Creations making an exceptional piece of artwork to celebrate the arrival …

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An In-Depth Look At Pool A Of The Rugby World Cup

The RWC2015 event kicks off at Twickenham on the 18th of September, involving twenty countries from around the globe, after 95 countries that entered. The world’s top twelve countries automatically gained a place directly with a further 83 fighting it out for the remaining 8 places during a qualifying process that started way back in March 2012 where Mexico hosted …

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