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England centre Manu Tuilagi is expecting a tense tussle with Scotland, with a place in the World Cup quarter-finals at stake. The 20-year-old hopes to win the nod to feature in the midfield alongside Mike Tindall, with England 1/7 with bookmaker to win in Auckland and move on to the knockout stages. “Scotland are very direct and I think their loss against Argentina will make them even more hard to beat because they need this win –…

The Scottish Rugby Union has confirmed Andy Robinson has decided to stay on as Scotland’s head coach, despite collecting the wooden spoon in the Six Nations. The former England coach is under contract until the 2015 World Cup, which Scotland are 66/1 to win with bookmaker. However, he was left to ponder whether he should continue after a poor Six Nations campaign, but after discussions with the RFU has decided to continue in his role….

Scotland’s record points-scorer Chris Paterson has brought down the curtain on his long and distinguished international career. The 33-year-old made 109 appearances for Scotland, who are 20/1 with bookmaker to win the Six Nations next year. He scored 809 points in total, scoring 22 tries for his country, two less than record-holders Ian Smith and Tony Stanger. Paterson made his debut back in 1999 against Spain and was a consistent…

Prop Matt Stevens has backed England, 1/7 with bookmaker, to ensure a World Cup quarter-final spot by defeating Scotland on Saturday. The Saracens front-rower missed the victory against Romania after picking up an ankle sprain against Georgia a week earlier, but hopes to be back in action for the crunch showdown in Auckland. Stevens is also confident that England have got what it takes to end Scotland’s campaign early, with Andy…

Scotland is able to take charge of EURO 2012 instead of Poland and Ukraine – declared Gordon Smith, the general director of the Scothish Football Association. During the interview for ‘Sunday Herald’ Smith asserted that the championship could be held in Scotland in case Poland and Ukraine did not manage to take care of the event. In his opinion, there are three stadiums in Glasgow where international matches could be…

England fly-half Toby Flood is expected to miss the start of the Six Nations after picking up a knee ligament injury during Leicester Tigers’ recent victory against Sale Sharks. The 26-year-old looks set to be sidelined for six weeks, which will rule him out of England’s clash against Scotland on 4th February and possibly the Italy game a week later. England are 11/4 with bookmaker to win the tournament, while Scotland can be backed…

With Euro 2016 around the corner, this week brings the next round of qualifiers. We take a look at some of the more interesting fixtures below. Cyprus v Wales – Thursday 4th September It’s been awhile since Wales qualified for the finals of a major international tournament. In fact they’ve only done it once, and that was many decades ago. Currently Chris Coleman’s side are sitting pretty at the top of Group B, and they need just two wins…

Stadiums in Poland Warsaw – National Stadium The National Stadium has a unique retractable PVC roof which unfolds from a nest on a needle suspended above the centre of the pitch. Read more… Wroclaw – Municipal Stadium The shape of the stadium is highlighted by the innovative design of its external walls. The building is covered by glass fibre mesh coated with teflon. The mesh is anchored by steel rings placed around the entire…

Sunday’s draw for the Euro 2012 Championships qualifying competition was finished. Each team in the qualifying groups will play one another on a home and away basis, with matches taking place up to October 2011. The nine group winners and the best runner-up qualify directly for the final tournament. The eight remaining runners-up will contest two-legged play-offs to decide who gets the four remaining places.     Euro 2012…

Owen Farrell is looking forward to playing at a hostile Murrayfield when England open their Six Nations campaign with the Calcutta Cup clash against Scotland. The Saracens youngster will be making his international debut in a game that England are 8/11 with bookmaker to win while Scotland can be backed at 5/4. The 20-year-old has experience of big games after helping his club side win their first Aviva Premiership title at Twickenham against…