PREVIEW: Scotland and France clash in a World Cup warm-up at Murrayfield on Saturday and it could be a tough test for the visitors who are joint-favourites to win the forthcoming World Cup.
As the two teams gear up for another clash in the space of seven days, Scotland might be
France proved too strong for Japan in Toyota on Saturday as the visitors claimed a 42-23 victory in the first of two Tests between the sides.
Although Les Bleus outscored their hosts by five tries to two they did not always have things going their way as Japan were competitive for
Antoine Dupont’s stunning early try and the unerring boot of Melvyn Jaminet helped France edge Ireland 30-24 in a Guinness Six Nations thriller that puts Les Bleus in control of the Championship.
A heavyweight clash billed as potentially decisive in the race for the title lived up to every bit of
The All Blacks team has been named to play France for the Dave Gallaher Trophy in the final Test of their Tudor Northern Tour at Stade de France, Paris, on Saturday 20 November (Kick off: 9.00PM CET / 9.00AM Sunday NZT).
The matchday 23 is:
Joe Moody (56)
Dane Coles (79)
France missed out on their first Guinness Six Nations title in 11 years, as Scotland claimed a late victory at the Stade de France to hand Wales the trophy.
Duhan van der Merwe crossed in the 86th minute to complete a pulsating game and thrilling Championship, and earn Scotland a first away
France produced a stunning late comeback to deny Wales the Grand Slam and keep their own Six Nations title hopes alive with a 32-30 victory.
Les Bleus had lock Paul Willemse sent off 11 minutes from time for making contact with the eye area of Wales prop Wyn Jones, while the
The All Blacks will play the opening game of Rugby World Cup 2023 against traditional rivals France, with the match schedule for the global tournament announced overnight.
The All Blacks will play France, Italy and two yet-to-be-determined qualifiers (Africa 1 and Americas 1) in Pool Play at the Tournament, with the
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Antoine Dupont ensured France hit the ground running in the 2021 Guinness Six Nations as last year’s runners-up secured a 50-10 bonus-point victory over Italy in Rome.
The talented scrum-half and 2020 Player of the Championship carried on where he left off as he set up all three
Fabien Galthié’s young gun France flew to the top of the Championship table in a superbly-entertaining exhibition of attacking rugby against defiant Italy.
With moody conditions in Paris some feared a close-quarters battle, tell that to Galthié and Franco Smith, with both sides fully committed to attack throughout the 80.
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France sent a big message to the rest of the teams in the Six Nations as they put in a brutal display to upset England and the French will believe they can win the title if they can maintain that level of