A tale of two coaches

As we reach the half-way point in the pool stages of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, the stakes could not be higher in the so-called Pool of Death. Following Wales’ momentous victory under the lights at Twickenham on Saturday, hosts England suddenly go into Saturday’s match against fellow¬†Pool A rivals Australia knowing it is now or never. Win and their World Cup dream is still … Continue reading A tale of two coaches

England v Wales: Key battles

As the clock counts down to the biggest game of the Rugby World Cup so far, Stuart Lancaster and Warren Gatland have named their respective sides as England and Wales prepare to meet each other in a match which is likely to have a huge impact on who makes it through to the knockout stages. So here are a few of the individual match-ups that … Continue reading England v Wales: Key battles

World Cup watch: Home Nations

After all the build-up to the 2015 Rugby World Cup, it is finally time for the talking to stop and the action to begin. Twenty teams matching up in Rugby Union’s showpiece event, all hoping to embrace victory on the biggest stage. For teams such as Uruguay, Namibia and Romania, the opportunity for unknown players to test themselves against some of the game’s greats is … Continue reading World Cup watch: Home Nations