Spain were able to defeat Germany in the match on Sunday with a score of 84-10. Such a win has helped keep the team’s dream to directly qualify in the upcoming Rugby Union World Cup 2019 alive. However the dream has not become a reality as yet since Spain needs to clinch their ticket to play in the Rugby World Cup in Japan in the next game coming up against Belgium. This game is scheduled to be held on the forthcoming Saturday.
The Lions of Spain made their debut in this world Cup in the 1999 when it was held in Wales. This time they are lying in the second position as they belong to the qualifying group who need 26 points. Romania on the other hand, with 29 points, lies on top who have completed all qualifying games and they encountered a defeat to Spain in the game they played last month. Continue reading Spain Strives for Spot in Rugby World Cup
England hardman Genge already has a cult following in Japan and now he’s mounting a World Cup title push.
The Leicester Tigers prop was likened to a “baby rhino with a dart up its backside” after a storming season in the Premiership last time out. Continue reading HARDMAN HAS CULT FOLLOWING IN JAPAN
Eddie Jones enjoyed watching England toil against Samoa before wiping the slate clean ahead of a bid for a record-breaking 2018.
A much-changed England scored seven tries in a 48-14 victory at Twickenham, following up the autumn successes over Argentina and Australia. Continue reading JONES PLEASED WITH SAMOA TEST
The All Blacks are gearing up for their crucial game against Wales which will come up on Saturday, 25th November with the kick-off scheduled for 17:15 GMT.
New Zealand captain Kieran Read will miss Saturday’s game against Wales in Cardiff with a sore back. Lock Sam Whitelock, 29, will be the one to lead the team in the absence of Read for the first time in his 96th international appearance. Continue reading ALL BLACKS CAPTAIN RULED OUT
Despite having a good record against Ireland, Argentina have never won in Dublin. But Argentina captain Agustin Creevy has warned Ireland his side are out to create history in Dublin when the two sides meet.
Although the Pumas have beaten Ireland in three out of four World Cup meetings, and five of their nine meetings on Argentine soil, they have been beaten on each of their eight visits to Dublin. Creevy, who has previously lost here in 2010 and 2012, is keen to put the record straight. Continue reading ARGENTINA CAPTAIN SENDS WARNING TO IRELAND