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James Horwill, Simon Poidevin, Morgan Turinui and Tim Horan have weighed into the Wallabies selection debate.

Wallabies experts make bold selection calls ahead of first Test against England

James O’Connor or Quade Cooper? Andrew Kellaway or Suliasi Vunivalu? Four distinguished former Wallabies have weighed into the selection debate ahead of the first Test against England.

  • by Tom Decent

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Eddie’s homecoming finds England coach in unfamiliar territory

England have returned to Australia for the first time since 2016. A lot has changed in the intervening years with Eddie Jones a coach under siege.

Georgina Robinson
Georgina Robinson

Chief Rugby Reporter

100 kicks in one game - English final shows Wallabies what is coming

Leicester prevailed over Saracens in a game that showed English rugby’s true DNA - kicking, mauls, pressure, scrums. Don’t expect Eddie Jones’ team will come to Australia to throw the ball around.

Paul Cully
Paul Cully

Rugby columnist

Eddie’s England to have front-row seats for Wallabies back-row showdown

Dave Rennie clearly has no qualms about using Rob Valetini and Harry Wilson in tandem but is that how he sees his back row shaping up for the battle with England?

Wayne Smith

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Waratah forward Tim Kava clashing with Auckland’s Sean Fitzpatrick in South Pacific Championship clash in 1989.

‘Joined at the hip’: Why John O’Neill believes Australia should stick with Kiwis

The former Australian rugby boss earned his share of enemies in New Zealand but he doesn’t agree with ending a strong history of trans-Tasman competition.

  • by Iain Payten
Dave Rennie and Eddie Jones will go head to head in July.

‘Disappointing’: Rennie at a loss over 20-minute red card ruling

Twice it has been recommended that a 20-minute red card be trialled all over the world. Twice, a World Rugby committee has knocked it back.

  • by Georgina Robinson

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