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Rugby Union news

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

Twelvetrees in line for England role

Centre Billy Twelvetrees is in line to start against Australia as England name the same 23-man squad that beat Samoa.

Wales prop Smith out for four months

Wales prop Nicky Smith is out for up to four months, adding to bad news for fellow Ospreys Ryan Bevington and Duncan Jones.

Boks make five changes for Wales

South Africa coach Heyneke Meyer makes five changes to his starting XV to face Wales at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.

Burgess close to making Bath debut

Sam Burgess could make his rugby union debut for Bath on Friday against Harlequins.

Henry undergoes heart operation

Ireland flanker Chris Henry has heart surgery after last week's news that he had suffered a blocked brain blood vessel.

Edwards hits back at Gatland critics

Shaun Edwards hits back at suggestions that Wales head coach Warren Gatland is under pressure over recent results.

Kuridrani ruled out of England match

Outside centre Tevita Kuridrani is ruled out of Australia's match against England at Twickenham with an ankle injury.

Better late than never for Scots

Scotland's Test win over Tonga was down to a much-improved second-half display, writes former international Mike Blair.

Vunipola ruled out of Australia Test

Billy Vunipola is ruled out of England's Test against Australia with concussion and replaced by Thomas Waldrom.

Ireland and England to play Baa Baas

Ireland and England will both play the Barbarians in May 2015 as part of their build-up to next year's Rugby World Cup.

Youngs set to start on Tigers return

England hooker Tom Youngs is set to start on his return from a 10-week injury lay-off when Leicester Tigers face Wasps.

Cowan signs new London Irish deal

London Irish back-row forward Blair Cowan signs a new deal keeping him at the Premiership club until 2018.

Mauger named Leicester head coach

Leicester Tigers name former centre and New Zealand All Black Aaron Mauger as their new head coach, starting next season.

Nothing to fear in Springboks - Ball

Lock Jake Ball says "nothing" about South Africa worries him ahead of Wales' final Test of the autumn series on Saturday.

Exeter's Waldrom backed for England

Exeter's Rob Baxter says it will be a shame if Thomas Waldrom does not play for England against Australia on Saturday.

VIDEO: Edwards feisty over Gatland question

A question about pressure on Wales coach Warren Gatland draws a feisty response from defence coach Shaun Edwards.

VIDEO: Scrum V Statpad: Wales 16-34 New Zealand

Scrum V analyst Sean Holley gives his verdict on Wales' 34-16 defeat by New Zealand in Cardiff (UK users only).

VIDEO: Scrum V's weekend Pro12 highlights

Highlights of the Pro12 games involving Scarlets, Ospreys, Dragons and Blues (UK only).

VIDEO: Highlights: England 29-8 Samoa

England secure their first win of the autumn as they see off Samoa 29-8 with a solid if unspectacular performance at Twickenham.

VIDEO: Highlights: Wales 16-34 New Zealand

Wales lose a 26th consecutive game against New Zealand as the All Blacks triumph 16-34 in Cardiff.

VIDEO: Highlights: Scotland 37-12 Tonga

Scotland score five tries as they beat Tonga 37-12 at Rugby Park to register their second win of the Autumn internationals.

VIDEO: Farrell & Ford decision imminent

England head coach Stuart Lancaster will decide over the next 24 to 48 hours who will play at number 10 against Australia next weekend.

VIDEO: 'Wales should do the Hoffa'

Former Baywatch and Knight Rider star David Hasselhoff reveals his love for Welsh rugby before their game against New Zealand.

VIDEO: Gatland 'proud' of Wales in defeat

Warren Gatland says that he is 'proud' of his side's effort, performance and commitment in their 16-34 defeat to New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium.

VIDEO: Win will boost confidence - Cotter

Vern Cotter says that his side can 'take a lot of confidence' from their 37-12 win over Tonga at Rugby Park.

Ireland the best in Europe - Guscott

Ireland did not need to play their best to beat Australia, while Wales fell away against New Zealand, says Jeremy Guscott.

History repeats on Wales and Gatland

Wales' defeat by New Zealand had little to do with luck and leaves Warren Gatland facing questions, writes Tom Fordyce.

Scots recovery faces stiff Six Nations test

Tom English applauds Scotland's improved displays but sounds a note of caution as their Six Nations rivals are on the up, too.

Autumn internationals on the BBC

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

Rowntree expects stronger Australia

England forwards coach Graham Rowntree expects Australia to have worked on any weakness at the scrum when they meet on Saturday.

Club game 'should employ referees'

Saracens chairman Nigel Wray says Premiership referees should be employed by clubs, rather than the Rugby Football Union.