Six Nations 2017 fixture list and TV schedule - Radio Times

The RBS Six Nations 2017 is back, with title holders England looking to match their Grand Slam performance in 2016. But Wales, Ireland and Scotland will all be out in force, with every match live on TV on either the BBC or ITV. This is the second year ...

Wales coaches should take responsibility for Alex Cuthbert and stop picking him in blind hope - Shane Williams - WalesOnline

Wales coach Robert Howley must shoulder the blame for Alex Cuthbert's Test troubles against England at the Principality Stadium. The 46-times capped Blues wing came in for a torrent of social media abuse on the weekend with some Welsh fans blaming ...

Six Nations health check: England are making their own luck and Ireland are buzzing, but injuries could derail Scotland - Telegraph.co.uk

Two rounds into the 2017 Six Nations, England sit top of the pile as the only team to have won both of their opening fixtures. Can they maintain their dominance to take overall victory? England. England have set great store on their 'finishers' as ...

Six Nations setting higher standards by keeping up with the Joneses - The Guardian (blog)

Ben Youngs kicks during England's victory over Wales at the Principality Stadium, the third of four high-intensity thrillers already in this year's Six Nations. Photograph: Tom Jenkins for the Guardian. Supported by. Microsoft About this content ...

Alun Wyn Jones stops short of criticising Jonathan Davies and Alex Cuthbert as errors cost Wales shot at famous victory - The Independent

Alun Wyn Jones appeared to be on the cusp of criticising the individual decision that cost Wales victory in their Six Nations encounter against England at the weekend, before stopping himself and admitting “we win as a team, we lose as a team”. Wales ...

England look to add depth for Six Nations climax - RTE.ie

England's defence of their RBS 6 Nations title is to be reinforced by the likely return of Mako Vunipola and Anthony Watson against Italy, with Billy Vunipola potentially available for the climax to the tournament against Ireland at the Aviva Stadium ...

Wales on the wrong axis against England to enjoy bread of heaven - The Guardian (blog)

Elliot Daly breaks Welsh hearts with his late winning try at the Principality Stadium on Saturday. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images. Supported by. Microsoft About this content · Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more ...

Ruthless England are ready to rule the world and Eddie Jones' side can arrive at Japan World Cup as No 1 team - Daily Mail

History will eventually show that England's win over a wonderfully feisty and skilful Welsh team was the tipping point for this group of players. Saturday night at the Principality Stadium was the performance and win that convinced me that England ...

England put Six Nations win at Wales down to Eddie Jones' brutal training plan - Telegraph.co.uk

The story behind England's dramatic victory against Wales began four years ago in the searing heat of Qatar with a Spanish exercise physiologist who has previously worked with Jose Mourinho. Eddie Jones, then head coach of Japan, did not care much for ...

Alun Wyn Jones determined to put Wales's Six Nations defeat to England right as soon as possible - Telegraph.co.uk

Rather like Popeye losing on a split decision to Bluto, Wales having to pick through the positives of a defeat to England is always a painful experience. Yet with some justification, Alun Wyn Jones was determined to locate the reasons for hope among ...

Eddie Jones copies José Mourinho manual to keep England winning - The Guardian (blog)

England's coach, Eddie Jones, says: 'Everything we do is geared towards bridging that gap between us and New Zealand.' Photograph: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images. England rugby union team · Sportblog ...

England captain Dylan Hartley still vital even though he was subbed 7 minutes into Wales win's second half - Mirror.co.uk

"I'm happy with my role. It's not a 15-man job, it's 23-man job" insisted Hartley (Photo: Getty). Share; Comments. Get daily updates directly to your inbox. + Subscribe. Thank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email ...

Eddie Jones considers ringing the changes for England's match with Italy - The Guardian

Jamie George has put pressure on Dylan Hartley with his performances off the bench and for Saracens. Photograph: Andrew Fosker/Rex/Shutterstock. Supported by. Microsoft About this content · Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email

England boss Jones considers Italy changes - Gulf Times

England coach Eddie Jones said he was prepared to change his side when they resume their Six Nations title defence against Italy after a hard-fought win over Wales. Elliot Daly's stunning try four minutes from time saw Grand Slam champions England come ...

Jones warns England 'have used up get-out-of-jail cards' after Wales thriller - Hong Kong Standard (press release)

Coach Eddie Jones accepted England had used up all their "get-out-of-jail cards" following a gripping 21-16 win over Wales in the Six Nations. The Grand Slam champions were 16-14 behind with just four minutes left when wing Elliot Daly, following a ...

Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb feels the pain of the win that got away after last-gasp Six Nations defeat by England - Daily Mail

Rhys Webb reflected on 'a victory gone missing' after crestfallen Wales became England's latest victims. England made it 16 victories on the bounce, putting them three short of overtaking New Zealand's world-record figure, as wing Elliot Daly's 75th ...

Eddie Jones ready to make changes to 'battered and bruised' England team for Italy's visit to Twickenham - Daily Mail

Eddie Jones is ready to make changes for the next step in England's RBS 6 Nations title defence as he assesses the damage incurred during an enthralling 21-16 victory over Wales. Elliot Daly sprinted over with five minutes of a breathtaking showdown in ...

Six Nations: Eddie Jones' England don't know how to lose - BBC Sport

Believing you will win when all around see a match that's slipping away. Coming back for more when all game you have been turned over and picked off. Finding precision in the critical moment, having been imprecise in so much of what has gone before.

Six Nations: England boss Eddie Jones says 'no more get-out-of-jail-free cards' - BBC Sport

Head coach Eddie Jones said England had used up all of their "get-out-of-jail-free cards", after Elliot Daly's 76th-minute try secured a 21-16 Six Nations victory over Wales in Cardiff. That followed a 19-16 win over France in their opening match, when ...

England's blunt-force forwards and stiletto-like backs do the business - The Guardian (blog)

It was perishingly cold in Cardiff, but there was enough heat in the match to warm the blood of everyone in the stadium. Even with the roof open. It was, everyone agreed, a magnificent game, one that belied Eddie Jones' attempts to downplay the occasion.