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Champions Cup news from Monday, October 23, 2017

- Brave new Europe sees ferocity on the field but ruthlessness away from it is putting game in danger, and not just for the Welsh, Scottish or ItaliansIf the loss of a team's opening two games in Europe is enough to consign their hopes of progress to dust – and it almost always is – then this season's champions will come from England, France or Ireland. "What's new?" cynics might ask. "We've always

- After another scintillating weekend of European Champions Cup action, Saracens, Leicester Tigers and Bath Rugby all reign supreme at the top of their pools. Attacking bonus points were won by three impressive Aviva Premiership Rugby sides, while Rhys Priestland and Gareth Steenson's accuracy from the tee proved to be the difference for their teams. Here's […]The post Champions Cup review: Saracens

Champions Cup news from Sunday, October 22, 2017

- • Wasps 41-10 Harlequins• Christian Wade scores two tries while Joe Marler sees yellowWasps urgently needed something to brighten their season and finally there is light at the end of a depressingly dark tunnel. This five-try romp, their first win in six games, was partly overshadowed, however, by the indiscipline of two more of Harlequins' England contingent with the national head coach, Eddie Jo