Australia coach Michael Cheika expects series winners England to "throw it around a little bit more" in Saturday's third Test.
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt hopes some of the players who will come in to feature in the final decisive Test against South Africa will bring a freshness and energy to his side.
Jared Payne will miss Ireland's series decider against South Africa with a calf injury, so Tiernan O'Halloran is handed his first start.
Tom Coventry resigns after one season as London Irish head coach to return home to New Zealand for family reasons.
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen admits it is a risk changing his side for Saturday’s final Test against Wales.
Ireland and Leinster scrum-half Eoin Reddan announces his retirement from the game at the age of 35.
Former Australian rugby star David Campese says England coach Eddie Jones is still "dirty" from his 2005 sacking as Wallaby coach.
Vern Cotter has made 6 changes ahead of the second test, including a new captain in the shape of Henry Pyrgos. The post Six Changes for Second Test appeared first on Scottish Rugby Blog.
Henry Pyrgos will captain Scotland against Japan on Saturday as the visitors make six changes for the final Test in Tokyo.
Wales coach Warren Gatland says his side must not be the architects of their own downfall against New Zealand in Saturday's final Test.
Flanker Teimana Harrison is set to replace the injured James Haskell for England in Saturday's third Test against Australia in Sydney.
Wales make two changes for the final Test against New Zealand in Dunedin on Saturday with Rob Evans and Tomas Francis coming into the front row.
Beauden Barrett comes in at fly-half against Wales on Saturday, one of five New Zealand starting changes as they seek a 3-0 whitewash.
John Beattie reports from Tokyo as Scotland's rugby players prepare to take on Japan in the second of their two-Test tour.
Wasps back Andrea Masi retires from rugby with the Achilles heel injury he suffered for Italy in the 2015 World Cup.
London Irish second row George Skivington is forced to retire because of a persistent shoulder injury.
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen wants to see a ruthless streak against Wales in the third Test in Dunedin on Saturday.
Wales forwards Gethin Jenkins, Bradley Davies and Josh Turnbull will miss the final Test match in New Zealand because of injury and have returned to the UK.
Leading the 2017 Lions to New Zealand would benefit Warren Gatland, says Welsh Rugby Union chief executive Martyn Phillips.