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Rugby Union news

Some of the latest Rugby Union news from different news agencies around the world on.

McCaw not interested in milestones

Richie McCaw will lead the All Blacks for a 100th time when they face Wales but is focused only on securing victory.

England must end suffering - Rowntree

England must end a "horrible" week and a winless run of five games when they face Samoa, says coach Graham Rowntree.

Ireland must be physical - O'Connell

Ireland captain Paul O'Connell says his side must be ready to confront Australia in Saturday's Test in Dublin.

Wales v New Zealand (Sat)

Preview of Saturday's international between Wales and New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium.

England v Samoa (Sat)

Preview of Saturday's international between England and Samoa at Twickenham.

Townsend backing pitch decision

Gregor Townsend supports the decision to play Scotland's final autumn Test on an artificial surface at Rugby Park.

Wales' Halfpenny relieved to start

Full-back Leigh Halfpenny is glad to have his Wales place back after suffering concussion against Australia two weeks ago.

London Irish v Bath (Sat)

Kyle Eastmond and Semesa Rokoduguni are named in Bath's starting XV against London Irish after being released by England.

Exeter v Wasps (Sat)

Team news as Exeter host Wasps in Saturday's Premiership fixture at Sandy Park Stadium (15:00 GMT).

Youngs relishing scrum-half battle

England's Ben Youngs believes competition is as keen as ever for the scrum-half position on Stuart Lancaster's team.

Samoa players not distracted - Lemi

Samoa captain David Lemi says events of the past few weeks have brought his players closer together, ahead of Saturday's game with England.

Harlequins 12-16 Sale

Dan Braid scores the only try of the game as Sale beat Harlequins in the Premiership for the first time since 2010.

Newcastle 20-10 Gloucester

Newcastle secure an important home win against Gloucester, who fall to their third consecutive Premiership defeat.

Scarlets 19-9 Glasgow Warriors

Rory Pitman's late try gives Scarlets a hard-earned win and sees Glasgow drop to fourth place in the Pro 12 table.

Ulster 25-16 Ospreys

Ulster survive a second-half fightback to end the Ospreys' unbeaten Pro12 record with a 25-16 win in a rain-lashed Belfast.

NG Dragons 12-38 Munster

Munster pick up a bonus point with a strong second half display in the Guinness Pro12 against Newport Gwent Dragons.

Connacht 43-3 Zebre

Connacht cruise to a 43-3 bonus-point Pro12 victory over Italian strugglers Zebre at the Sportsground.

Cotter makes four changes for Tonga

Geoff Cross, Johnnie Beattie, Sean Lamont and Tim Visser come into the Scotland team for Saturday's Test against Tonga.

D'Arcy and Best to start for Ireland

Gordon D'Arcy and Rory Best come into the team to face Australia as Ireland revert to largely the same XV that beat South Africa.

London Welsh sign league wing Kear

London Welsh have signed Wales rugby league international wing Elliot Kear from Bradford Bulls.

Carter out, McCaw hits new landmark

Richie McCaw captains New Zealand for the 100th time, but star fly-half Dan Carter misses out against Wales on Saturday.

Samoa pick Premiership pair to start

Premiership players Johnny Leota and Ken Pisi are included as two of six changes to the Samoa side to play England.

Farrell can adapt to centre - Horan

Ex-Wallaby centre Tim Horan backs Owen Farrell's move from fly-half to inside centre for England's game with Samoa.

Leicester on lookout for head coach

Director of rugby Richard Cockerill says Leicester Tigers will appoint a new head coach in the summer.

London Welsh v Leicester (Sun)

Team news as London Welsh host Leicester in Sunday's Premiership fixture at Kassam Stadium (15:15 GMT).

Saracens v Northampton (Sun)

Team news as Saracens host Northampton in Sunday's Premiership fixture at Allianz Park Stadium (13:00 GMT).

Benetton Treviso v Leinster (Sun)

Dave Kearney and Jordi Murphy will make their first competitive appearances of the season in Leinster's Pro12 game against Treviso.

VIDEO: Archive: NZ crush Wales in 2012

Watch highlights of world champions New Zealand beating Wales 33-10 with a clinical performance at the Millennium Stadium in 2012.

VIDEO: Archive: Tonga shock Scotland in 2012

Watch highlights of Tonga's shock 21-15 win over Scotland at Pittodrie in November 2012.

VIDEO: Scrum V previews Wales v NZ

Scrum V takes a look ahead to the Test match between Wales and New Zealand at Millennium Stadium on Saturday (UK only).

VIDEO: Schmidt on Ireland's tough Aussies test

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt says a good performance by his team may not prove enough to earn victory against Australia in Saturday's Test in Dublin.

VIDEO: Highlights: England 28-31 South Africa

Watch highlights of England's 28-31 defeat to South Africa at Twickenham.

VIDEO: Highlights: Scotland 16-24 New Zealand

Watch highlights as Scotland are beaten 24-16 by world champions New Zealand at Murrayfield.

VIDEO: Highlights: Wales 17-13 Fiji

Wales survive a fightback from 14-man Fiji to win 17-13 in their second autumn Test at the Millennium Stadium.

VIDEO: All Blacks wary of Wales - Hansen

Wales had one eye on New Zealand as they struggled to beat Fiji, says All Blacks coach Steve Hansen.

VIDEO: Irish patience rewarded - Gilroy

Ireland back Craig Gilroy says his side were rewarded for sticking to their game plan in the 49-7 win over Georgia.

VIDEO: Lancaster regrets 'missed opportunity'

England head coach Stuart Lancaster is "desperately disappointed" by his side's 28-31 loss to South Africa.

England errors frustrate Guscott

England and Scotland both lost at the weekend but their performances roused very different emotions in Jeremy Guscott.

Constable expects intriguing Dublin clash

BBC Sport NI analyst Ryan Constable expects a high-quality encounter at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.

Scots heading in the right direction

A first Scotland win over the All Blacks was there for the taking, says former scrum-half Mike Blair, heartened by their progress.

Can England win the 2015 World Cup?

Chief sports writer Tom Fordyce analyses where England must improve if they are to challenge for rugby's greatest prize.

Autumn internationals on the BBC

BBC Sport will bring you live coverage of the autumn internationals on BBC TV, radio and online.

How can Wales end their NZ hoodoo?

After 25 straight defeats in the past 61 years, how can Wales end the longest losing sequence against a fellow top-tier nation?