Watch South Africa Sevens Rugby Live Streaming Online 2014 Saturday 13th December To Sunday 14th December

Watch South Africa Sevens Rugby Live Streaming 2014 HSBC Sevens Rugby Live Online.This Rugby Union 7 Series will be kick off at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, Saturday To Sunday 13-14 December 2014 online, Time 10:30 SA To 19:58 SA and its broadcast on Fox Sports,Online Channels,Sky Sports.

The 2014 South Africa Sevens will be the second tournament within the 2014-2015 Sevens World Series. It will be held over the weekend of 13–14 December 2014 at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

The teams are drawn into four pools of four teams each. Each team plays every other team in their pool once. The top two teams from each pool advance to the Cup/Plate brackets. The bottom two teams from each group go to the Bowl/Shield brackets.

The teams are drawn into four pools of four teams each. Each team plays every other team in their pool once. The top two teams from each pool advance to the Cup/Plate brackets. The bottom two teams from each group go to the Bowl/Shield brackets.

South Africa Sevens is an annual rugby sevens tournament held in South Africa each year. It is part of the IRB Sevens World Series.

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Captains steady
As of the 2011–12 series, 13 tournaments have been held in South Africa—one in Stellenbosch, two in Durban, nine at George, and one at the current site, Port Elizabeth. The 2011 edition was the first to be held in Port Elizabeth.

As the 16 captains assemble for the Cell C Nelson Mandela Bay Sevens in Port Elizabeth, Australian skipper Ed Jenkins and his New Zealand counterpart DJ Forbes reflect on their respective team’s elevation to the all-important top four after the first two rounds of the HSBC Sevens World Series.

Both captains know they are a step closer to a berth at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games if they can maintain their table-topping status this weekend but are keen to keep a lid on the Olympic hype while focussing on the here and now.

“We had a pretty shaky start to our own tournament on the Gold Coast but we’ve trained really hard for the last eight weeks and set a goal to try and win the next two tournaments,” Jenkins said.

Geraint John’s charges came up a win short of that goal at the Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens, and although pleased to reach the Cup final, Jenkins was left ruing his sides missed opportunities.

“A forward pass from Cameron Clark, who usually doesn’t make those mistakes, Pama Fou’s intercept chance, Sam Myers got held up over the line, there was a few turning points in the game but you have got to take those opportunities when you get them.”

After getting the early jump on his opponents for one of four Olympic qualifying spots, Jenkins is not getting too carried away just yet.

Day 1 Fixtures SA Sevens Rugby

Fiji vs France
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,10:30

Scotland vs Canada
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,10:52

Australia vs Portugal
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,11:14

Argentina vs Zimbabwe
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,11:36

New Zealand vs Samoa
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,11:58

England vs Japan
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,12:20

South Africa vs USA
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,12:42

Wales vs Kenya
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,13:04

Fiji vs Canada
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,13:46

Scotland vs France
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE, 14:08

Australia vs Zimbabwe
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,14:30

Argentina vs Portugal
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE, 14:52

New Zealand vs Japan
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    15:14

England vs Samoa
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    15:36

South Africa vs Kenya
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    15:58

Wales vs USA
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    16:20

France vs Canada
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    17:04

Fiji vs Scotland
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    17:26

Portugal vs Zimbabwe
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    17:48

Australia vs Argentina
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    18:10

Samoa vs Japan
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    18:52

New Zealand vs England
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    19:14

USA vs Kenya
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    19:36

South Africa vs Wales
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, PE,    19:58

Watch Rugby England vs Australia Wallabies Live Streaming 2014 Autumn International Rugby Stream 29 Nov

Watch England vs Australia Wallabies Live Streaming 2014 End Of Year Autumn International Live Online.This Rugby Union match will be kick off at Twickenham Stadium in Twickenham, England, Saturday 29 November 2014 online, Time 14:30 GMT (UTC+0) and its broadcast on Fox Sports,Online Channels,Sky Sports.

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England host the Wallabies at Twickenham on Sunday, November 30. The match kicks off at 1.30am (AEDT).

What: Wallabies Spring Tour
Who: Australia v England
When: Sunday, November 30 (AEDT)
Where: Twickenham – London
I can watch it on: Fox Sports 2
What they did last time:
The Wallabies weren’t terrible in a 26-23 defeat to Ireland, but a loss is a loss. England worked harder than expected in a 28-9 win over Samoa at Twickers.

Last time they played each other:
England playmaker Owen Farrell scored 15 points in a 20-13 win at Twickenham last year. The Wallabies didn’t score in the second half.

What you need to know:
The Wallabies slipped to fifth on the World Rugby rankings and if they don’t win this weekend, it will be the side’s worst Spring Tour since 2005. Not a good start for coach, Michael Cheika, who has just four games next year (New Zealand twice, South Africa and Argentina) before the World Cup.

Tevita Kuridrani, who has been one of Australia’s best over the past year, is out with an ankle injury he picked up last weekend. The Wallabies also walked away from Aviva Stadium with a hefty bill hanging over their heads after damaging a dressing room.

Cheika has a huge selection decision, with Will Genia, Quade Cooper and Kurtley Beale all making a telling difference off the bench against Ireland. Who to start?

England’s defeat of Samoa ended a horror five-match losing streak (four of them against the All Blacks) but it was anything but convincing. In wet conditions the English didn’t kick particularly well and didn’t score a point in the last half hour.

Debutant 21-year-old fly-half George Ford lived up to the hype and will start again in the number 10 jersey. Owen Farrell, who started at 12 against Samoa has been dropped in favour of Billy Twelvetrees.

Reason to watch:
Although fans desperately want wins, the Wallabies scored plenty of style points against Ireland. It was good to watch when they kept hold of the ball.

Reasons to turn away:
The Wallabies were hammered by Ireland at scrum-time last week and the English pack is just as fearsome.

Say what:
Australian prop, James Slipper –

“We’ve had the opportunity to play [England and Wales] on this tour and gauge where we are.

“We’ve had Michael Cheika [as coach] for four games and we’re very new into the way he wants us to play. The way we’ve improved has been a positive sign.”

These two will meet in the group stages at the World Cup next year and the Wallabies won’t beat England at Twickenham playing like England. They might as well keep the ball in hand and give it a red hot go.

Players List:

England: Mike Brown, Anthony Watson, Brad Barritt, Billy Twelvetrees, Jonny May; George Ford, Ben Youngs; Joe Marler, Dylan Hartley, David Wilson; Dave Attwood, Courtney Lawes; Tom Wood, Chris Robshaw, Ben Morgan.

Replacements: Rob Webber, Matt Mullan, Kieran Brookes, George Kruis, James Haskell, Richard Wigglesworth, Owen Farrell, Marland Yarde.

Australia Wallabies: 1. James Slipper (Queensland Reds- 62 Tests)
2. Saia Fainga’a (Queensland Reds – 35 Tests)
3. Sekope Kepu (NSW Waratahs – 51 Tests)
4. Sam Carter (ACT Brumbies – 10 Tests)
5. Rob Simmons (Queensland Reds – 49 Tests)
6. Sean McMahon (Melbourne Rebels – 2 Tests)
7. Michael Hooper (c – NSW Waratahs – 41 Tests)
8. Ben McCalman (Western Force – 37 Tests)
9. Nick Phipps (NSW Waratahs – 27 Tests)
10. Bernard Foley (NSW Waratahs – 17 Tests)
11. Rob Horne (NSW Waratahs – 24 Tests)
12. Matt Toomua (ACT Brumbies – 20 Tests)
13. Adam Ashley-Cooper (NSW Waratahs – 103 Tests)
14. Henry Speight (ACT Brumbies – 1 Test)
15. Israel Folau (NSW Waratahs – 28 Tests)

Reserves: To Be Confirmed

Watch Wales vs South Africa Live Streaming 2014 Rugby 29 November Saturday Autumn International Rugby

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Wales’ dismal record against the Springboks shows just one win in 29 matches, with their only triumph coming in June 1999.

There have been several close calls in that time – the 6-6 draw in 1970, or one-point defeats in 2011 and June of this year.

But there have also been thrashings – like the 96-13 loss in 1998 – and Wales will be out for revenge in front of what is sure to be a passionate Millennium Stadium crowd in Cardiff.

South Africa have lost just three Tests in a busy 2014 and famously snapped the New Zealand’s 22-match unbeaten run with a 27-25 win in October.

A 31-28 victory over England was followed by a 22-6 triumph against Italy and flanker Marcell Coetzee has called for one final effort from his team-mates in Wales, in what he expects to be a physical contest on Saturday.

“I think this will determine our season for this year,” Coetzee said.

“We are extremely desperate to win. We know how important it is and the great expectation there is for this game, so we’ll just take it as is and come out all guns blazing.

“It will be a big physical battle this weekend.”
The Italy win was far from the best Springboks performance and coach Heyneke Meyer has made five changes to his starting side.

Full-back Willie le Roux, wingers Cornal Hendricks and Lwazi Mvovo, prop Tendai Mtawarira and hooker Bismarck du Plessis all come in.

Some of the changes are enforced, though, with JP Pietersen, Bryan Habana and Johan Goosen returning to club rugby.

Wales travelled to South Africa for two Tests in June and lost the opener 38-16, but a strong showing in the next clash – a 31-30 defeat – is sure to give them confidence.

Warren Gatland’s side, who finished third in the Six Nations this year, lost to Australia earlier this month before a scrappy 17-13 win over Fiji.

Last week’s 34-16 defeat to the All Blacks highlighted the levels that Wales have to aspire to and the hosts had led 16-15 heading into the final 10 minutes.

And lock Jake Ball was keen to take the positives from the experience.

“It’s fantastic to test yourself against the best and to think that really we should have won that game,” Ball said.

“We should have finished it off and won.
“So it’s just showing that we aren’t far off and that the game was there for the taking.”

Gatland has made three enforced changes, with Liam Williams to replacing the injured George North on the wing, while Gethin Jenkins and Scott Baldwin also come into the side due to the absence of Paul James and Richard Hibbard.

Players List:
Wales: Leigh Halfpenny (Toulon), Alex Cuthbert (Cardiff Blues), Jonathan Davies (Clermont Auvergne), Jamie Roberts (Racing Metro), Liam Williams (Scarlets), Dan Biggar (Ospreys), Rhys Webb (Ospreys); Gethin Jenkins (Cardiff Blues), Scott Baldwin (Ospreys), Samson Lee (Scarlets), Jake Ball (Scarlets), Alun Wyn Jones (Ospreys), Dan Lydiate (Unattached), Sam Warburton (Cardiff Blues, Capt), Taulupe Faletau (Newport Gwent Dragons).

Replacements: Emyr Phillips (Scarlets), Aaron Jarvis (Ospreys), Rhodri Jones (Scarlets), Luke Charteris (Racing Metro), James King (Ospreys), Mike Phillips (Racing Metro), Rhys Priestland (Scarlets), Scott Williams (Scarlets).

South Africa: Willie le Roux, Cornal Hendricks, Jan Serfontein, Jean de Villiers (Captain), Lwazi Mvovo, Pat Lambie, Cobus Reinach, Duane Vermeulen, Teboho “Oupa” Mohoje, Marcell Coetzee, Victor Matfield, Eben Etzebeth, Coenie Oosthuizen, Bismarck du Plessis, Tendai Mtwarira.

Replacements: Adriaan Strauss, Trevor Nyakane, Julian Redelinghuys, Lood de Jager, Nizaam Carr, Francois Hougaard, handré Pollard and Damian de Allende.

Watch Rugby England vs Samoa Live Streaming Autumn International 22 November 2014

Watch England vs Samoa Live Streaming 2014 End Of Year Autumn International Live Online.This Rugby Union match will be kick off at Twickenham Stadium in Twickenham, England, Saturday 22 November 2014 online, Time 19:00 GMT (UTC+0) and its broadcast on Fox Sports,Online Channels,Sky Sports.

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Samoa come to Twickenham on Saturday promising a fast and furious attacking game but it’s their goal-kicking that England should fear most.

Former England captain and scrum-half Matt Dawson has analysed the IBM TryTracker statistics and Keys to the Game and has a stark warning for Stuart Lancaster’s men: “Don’t give sloppy penalties away.”

One of Samoa’s three Keys to the Game is to have at least seven attempts at goal. And when they’ve done that in the past, they have won every game.

“I don’t think we’ve ever seen that before,” says Dawson in his experience of working with the unique IBM TryTracker statistics. “That is incredible.”

Dawson says that England cannot get sucked into playing and fast and loose game and trying to match the Samoans in a handling game.

“Do England try to get loose themselves?” asks Dawson. “No. They have to be precise in their discipline and at the breakdown. Don’t give sloppy penalties away because that stat tells a huge story. You can’t give penalties to Samoa.”

As for England, their former captain highlights tackling as the crucial factor. One of the home side’s Keys to the Game is to achieve a tackle success rate of at least 94 per cent. Get to that and England win 81.8 per cent of their games.

“The key for England is discipline, throughout the whole of the game. Precision and discipline. That’s highlighted by that tackle success rate.

“That could lead the charge for England if they get their defensive strategy right.”

Despite the warnings, Dawson thinks England will prevail and tips them to win by 15-20 points.

Eight players named in Samoa’s team this weekend ply their trade in England, giving them an excellent insight into their opponents at Twickenham.

Northampton winger Ken Pisi starts at fullback, with brother Tusi, who plays for the Hurricanes, at fly-half. Kahn Fotuali’i, also of the Saints, is at scrum-half. Alapati Leuia of Wasps is on one wing with captain David Lemi, who plays at Bristol, on the other. Jonny Leota of Sale is joined by Reynald Lee Lo in the centres.

There’s an all-Top 14 front row in the shape of Zak Taulafo, Tii Paulo and Census Johnstone, while Jack Lam, also of Bristol, joins London Irish man Ofisa Treviranus and Oyonnax’s hard-hitting Maurie Fa’asavalu in the back row.

Samoa team to play England:

15 K Pisi, 14 A Leiua, 13 R Lee Lo, 12 J Leota, 11 D Lemi (captain), 10 T Pisi, 9 K Fotuali; 1 S Taulafo, 2 Tii Paulo, 3 C Johnston, 4 Teofilo Paulo, 5 K Thompson, 6 M Faasavalu, 7 J Lam, 8 O Treviranus,

Replacements: 16 M Leiataua, 17 V Afatia, 18 A Perenise, 19 F Lemalu, 20 D Leo, 21 T J Ioane, 22 P Cowley, 23 M Stanley.

Watch New Zealand All Blacks vs Wales Live Streaming Online Rugby Autumn International 22 November 2014

Watch New Zealand All Blacks vs Wales  Live Streaming 2014 End Of Year Autumn International Live Online.This Rugby Union match will be kick off at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, Saturday 22 November 2014 online, Time 17:30 GMT (UTC+0) and its broadcast on Fox Sports,Online Channels,Sky Sports.

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The All Blacks play their last game of the season against Wales in Cardiff this weekend. The match kicks-off on Sunday, 23 November at 6.30 am NZ Time

What: All Blacks end of year tour

Who: All Blacks vs Wales

When: Sunday, 23 November – 6.30am

Where: Millennium Stadium – Cardiff

I can watch it on: Sky Sports or live scores here from 6.30am

Tab Odds: All Blacks $1.10 Wales $6

What they did last time:

The All Blacks narrowly defeated Scotland 24-16. It wasn’t a good game and the less said about it the better.

Wales battled to a 17-13 win over Fiji, who played with 14 men for most of the second half. It was another game to quickly delete from My Sky.

Last time they played:

The All Blacks won 33-10 in Cardiff in 2012 after leading 23-0 at halftime.


New Zealand and Wales have played each other 29 times, with the All Blacks winning 26 to Wales’ three.

The average score is 30-10 to the ABs.

What you need to know:

The All Blacks weren’t great, but Scotland were better than expected last weekend.

After a great cameo against the USA, Dan Carter looked rusty in the No. 10 jersey. He missed a couple of kicks and was replaced after 55 minutes.

Victor Vito followed Nathan Harris and Cory Jane in returning to New Zealand with an injury. The Hurricanes loose-forward picked up a calf injury in the first half against Scotland.

Richie McCaw started at blindside against Scotland with Sam Cane at openside. Don’t expect that to happen again. Liam Messam or Jerome Kaino will be back in the number six jersey with Kieran Read at No.8 and McCaw at openside.

Jeremy Thrush and Colin Slade were two of the standouts against Scotland. Thrush, who was awarded Man of the Match, will be hard to ignore this weekend even though Brodie Retallick is back, while Slade’s performance will give coach Steve Hansen plenty of food for thought.

Conrad Smith is back with the team after missing the Scotland match for personal reasons.

Reason to watch:

It’s the last All Blacks game of the year. After this, there’s just the Wallabies v England next week, and do we really want to watch that?

Wales in Cardiff is one of the best atmospheres in world rugby. Will the Welsh be able to drown out the haka like England and Scotland?

Reasons to turn away:

It’s on early. Record it, sleep in and watch it at a more reasonable hour over bacon and eggs.

Say what:

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen on five-eighth selection –

“The hardest part about it is which ones do we leave out, because we’ve got four really good ones.

“They’re all in really good form and obviously Dan is a bit behind the eight-ball with game time, but he’s a world class player.

“Crudes has proven that he can do the job and Barrett and Slade have both been very, very good so it’ll be a matter of who we leave out, rather than who we put in.”

Watch Australia Wallabies vs Ireland Live Streaming 2014 Rugby Autumn International 22 November

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Ireland host the Wallabies at Lansdowne Road on Sunday, November 23. The match kicks off at 3.30am AEDT.

What: Ireland v Australia
When: Sunday, November 23 – 3:30am (AEDT)
Where: Lansdowne Road.
I can view it on: Fox Sports/Channel 10

What did they do last time?
Ireland backed up their 29-15 victory over South Africa a fortnight ago with a 49-7 thumping of that great rugby powerhouse Georgia.

The Wallabies suffered their first loss of the spring tour and first under new coach Michael Cheika, going down to France 29-26 in Paris.

Things you need to know
Ireland have suffered a blow with New Zealand-born centre Jared Payne ruled out with a foot sprain. Gordon D’Arcy, Darren Cave and Stuart Olding are the candidates to replace him. Leinster forward Mike McCarthy has also been ruled out with a concussion suffered against Georgia. Rory Best is battling an injury but is still a chance to face the Wallabies. The Six Nations champs have risen to third on the IRB rankings, one spot above Australia, on the back of six straight wins. Their 14-point disposal of the Springboks two weeks ago put rivals on notice 10 months out from the World Cup.

Wallabies bad boy Kurtley Beale is back in the fold and has been named on an 11-man bench after linking with the touring squad on Sunday. Coach Cheika has made four changes to his starting side with Henry Speight, Sam Carter, Luke Jones and Matt Toomua all included. Joe Tomane, James Horwill, Sean McMahon and Christian Lealiifano have all been dropped. The Wallabies were bad against France, really bad. Their handling was atrocious, they forgot to use their backline, the scrum and lineout were both poor and defence was a major issue for the second straight week.

Reason to watch:
Coach Cheika hates losing and his players have suffered on the training paddock this week after the disappointing defeat to France. How they respond against a quality Ireland side will tell us a lot about how the Wallabies are travelling and what they can realistically achieve under Cheika.

Say what?
“I think it’s a distraction. We can’t win anything by saying we’re third in the world. I can’t say it’s something we’d be talking about or even aware of,” – Ireland coach Joe Schmidt on his side’s rise to third on the IRB rankings.

“Headed by Paul O’Connell, they’re pretty crafty and old school. There are ways you can go about it, you don’t have to give away penalties. We’ll mix things up and we have to be smart about it,” – Wallabies lock Rob Simmons on the challenge of facing the Ireland pack.

Players List:
Ireland: TBC

Wallabies: 1. James Slipper, 2. Saia Fainga’a, 3. Sekope Kepu, 4. Sam Carter, 5. Rob Simmons, 6. Luke Jones, 7. Michael Hooper, 8. Ben McCalman, 9. Nick Phipps, 10. Bernard Foley, 11. Henry Speight, 12. Matt Toomua, 13. Tevita Kuridrani, 14. Adam Ashley-Cooper, 15. Israel Folau.

Reserves: James Hanson, Benn Robinson, Ben Alexander, Tetera Faulkner, Will Skelton, James Horwill, Jake Schatz, Will Genia, Quade Cooper, Rob Horne, Kurtley Beale.

Watch Fiji vs United States Rugby Live Streaming 2014 End Of Year Autumn International Online

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The Fiji national rugby union team is a member of the Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance (PIRA) formerly along with Samoa and Tonga. In 2009, Samoa announced their departure from the Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance, leaving just Fiji and Tonga. Fiji are ranked tenth in the world by the IRB as of 16 June 2014. Despite this low rating, in the 2007 Rugby World Cup Fiji defeated Wales 38–34 to claim a quarter final spot (theoretically placing them in the top 8 teams in the world) and proceeded to give eventual winners South Africa a scare eventually going down 37–20.

Fiji is one of the few countries where rugby union is the main sport. There are approximately 80,000 registered players from a total population of around 950,000. One of the problems for Fiji is simply getting their players to play for the country as many have contracts in Europe or with Super Rugby teams where the money is far more rewarding. The repatriated salaries of its overseas stars have become an important part of some local economies. In addition a significant number of players eligible to play for Fiji end up representing Australia or New Zealand; two notable examples are the Fiji-born, but New Zealand-raised, cousins and All Blacks Joe Rokocoko and Sitiveni Sivivatu and Wallabies Wing Lote Tuqiri. Fiji has won the most Pacific Tri-Nations Championships of the three participating teams. The cibi (pronounced [ˈðimbi]) war dance is performed by the Fiji rugby team before each Test match. It has been used on the rugby field since 1939, though its origins date back to the country’s warring times with its Pacific neighbours.

USA Rugby is the national governing body for the sport of rugby union in the United States. USA Rugby states its role as “the national governing body charged with achieving and maintaining high levels of quality in all aspects of rugby.”USA Rugby is responsible for the promotion and development of the sport in the US and promotion of US international participation.USA Rugby is a member of the International Rugby Board (IRB) and a member of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC).

USA Rugby has over 115,000 members, the largest segment being college rugby with over 32,000 members.USA Rugby oversees 1,200 high school teams, 900 college teams, 700 senior club teams, and 400 youth teams.USA Rugby administers all United States national teams: senior men’s and women’s teams, sevens teams for both men and women, and under-20 national teams for both sexes. The organization also sponsors college rugby for both sexes, although since the 2010–11 academic year the NCAA has designated women’s rugby an emerging varsity sport. Rugby Super League is organized and sanctioned by USA Rugby as the Premier Level of Men’s Club competition in the USA.

Rugby union in the United States is divided into Geographical Unions: Capital, Carolinas, Empire, Eastern Penn, Florida, Mid-America, New England, Northern California, Pacific Northwest, Southern California, Texas and True South.The headquarters for USA Rugby are now located in Boulder, Colorado.

Watch France vs Argentina Live Streaming Rugby 22 November Saturday 2014 End Of Year Autumn International

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The France national rugby union team represents France in rugby union. They compete annually against England, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales in the Six Nations Championship. They have won the championship outright sixteen times, shared it a further eight times, and have completed nine grand slams. Eight former French players have been inducted into either the International Rugby Hall of Fame or the IRB Hall of Fame—two to the International Hall only, two to the IRB Hall only, and four to both Halls of Fame.

Rugby was introduced to France in 1872 by the British, and on New Year’s Day 1906 the national side played its first Test match — against New Zealand in Paris. France played sporadically against the Home Nations until they joined them to form a Five Nations tournament (now the Six Nations Championship) in 1910. France also competed in the rugby competitions at early Summer Olympics, winning the gold medal in 1900 and two silver medals in the 1920s. The national team came of age during the 1950s and 1960s, winning their first Five Nations title outright in 1959. They won their first Grand Slam in 1968. Since the inaugural World Cup in 1987, France have qualified for the knock-out stage of every tournament. They have reached the final three times, losing to the All Blacks in 1987 and 2011 and to Australia in 1999. France hosted the 2007 Rugby World Cup, where, as in 2003, they were beaten in the semi-finals by England.

The Argentina national rugby team, nicknamed Los Pumas, represents Argentina in international rugby union matches. The team, which plays in sky blue and white jerseys, is organised by the Argentine Rugby Union (UAR, from the Spanish: Unión Argentina de Rugby).

Argentina played its first international rugby match in 1910 against a touring British Isles team. As of July 2014 they are ranked 12th in the world by the IRB, making them the highest-ranked nation in the Americas. They have competed at every Rugby World Cup staged since the inaugural tournament of 1987, and the country is undefeated against all but one American nation (Canada), against whom they have suffered three losses.

Although rugby union is nowhere near as popular as football in Argentina, Los Pumas’ impressive results since the 1999 World Cup have seen the sport’s popularity grow significantly. Argentina has achieved several upset victories, are tough contenders when playing in Buenos Aires, and are fully capable of regularly defeating Six Nations sides. A surprise victory over the hosts France in the first game of the 2007 World Cup took Argentina to fourth in the IRB World Rankings. The team were undefeated in their pool, and reached the semi-finals for the first time, beating Scotland 19–13 in their quarter-final. They were defeated 37–13 by eventual winners South Africa in the semi-finals, but followed this up with a second win over France to claim third place overall.

Watch Rugby Italy vs South Africa Live Streaming 2014 Online Autumn International Rugby 22 November

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The touring Springboks come up against Italy at the Stadio Euganeo in Padua on Saturday in the third test match of their post-season tour of the northern hemisphere.

Bok coach Heyneke Meyer has announced a starting line-up which shows four changes from the team that defeated England at Twickenham last week.

Tighthead prop Jannie du Plessis was ruled out of the match with a hamstring injury. This injury may well be a blessing in disguise for the good doctor. He has surely been over-played in the last few seasons and the break may well offer him some much-needed rest before a 2015 season which sees the return of the much-anticipated World Cup. Du Plessis will be replaced by the burly Free Stater, Coenie Oosthuizen, who gets another opportunity to prove to the many doubters that he could indeed be a success at tighthead. The Azzuri loosehead, Matias Aguero, is no easy opponent, and Oosthuizen will have to be at his best to weather the storm.
Du Plessis’s regular partner in in the front row, Tendai “Beast”Mtawarira, has also been given a well-deserved break. His place at loosehead goes to Trevor Nyakane, who has been awarded his first run-on selection for the Boks. Nyakane can expect a stern test from Azzuri tighthead Martin Castrogiovanni, who is widely regarded as one of the best scrummagers in the world.

A further change sees Johan Goosen replacing Willie le Roux at fullback, while Teboho “Oupa” Mohoje takes the place of the unavailable Schalk Burger.

Two debutants have been offered a chance to impress from the bench. They are Lions’ tighthead prop Julian Redelinghuys and Western Province loose forward Nizaam Carr.

Meyer’s selection strikes one as being somewhat conservative. While winning is important to retain momentum in the build-up to the World Cup, this match surely offered him his last opportunity to rest stalwarts such as Jean de Villiers, Duane Vermeulen and Bryan Habana. Questions were raised when a 36-man squad was announced for this tour. It seems as if there will be players in this squad who will once again return from a tour of the northern hemisphere without any game time. While one needs to realise that Bok caps are not to be given away randomly, this match was surely the opportunity for fringe players to prove that they can make the step up. One example is Damian de Allende who has not had any rugby since the end of August against Argentina. Jaco Kriel and Seabelo Senatla could also have shown whether they can take their excellent Currie Cup form onto the test stage.

One does, however, need to put aside these doubts about Meyer’s selection, and concentrate on the match at hand. The Boks have never been beaten in the eleven times that they have played Italy and should hold too many trump cards for the Azzuri. The hosts have been in terrible form lately and will have to perform a rugby miracle of epic proportions to beat Jean de Villiers’ men. Rugby matches are, however, not won on paper and the Italians will be highly motivated to prove that they belong in the top echelons of world rugby. They are ably lead by number eight Sergio Parisse, who is without a doubt one of the better eighthmen in world rugby. Their forward pack has developed a reputation as being one of the toughest in the world, and the Boks will definitely have their work cut out to subdue Parisse and his bulky “amico’s”.

Italian coach, Jacques Brunel, has selected Fijian-born flank Samuela Vunisa in the only change to the team to face the Springboks on Saturday.

Vunisa, who will make his debut on Saturday, will replace Simone Favaro in the loose trio after the Treviso player suffered a sore neck in training.

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Head coach Vern Cotter has made four injury-enforced changes to the starting Scotland team that will play Tonga in this Saturday’s historic viagogo Autumn Test match at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock (kick-off 2.30pm).

Scotland prop Alasdair Dickinson says he is happy to play Test matches on artificial pitches but admits he wants traditional grass surfaces to remain the norm.

Saturday’s Test match between Scotland and Tonga at Kilmarnock’s Rugby Park will make history as the first full international to be played on a 3G surface which was installed this summer.

Pro 12 outfit Cardiff Blues and Premiership clubs Saracens and Newcastle all play on artificial pitches in the domestic game in Britain.

“It’s going to be pretty quick so I hope I don’t get caught one-on-one with a winger,” said the 31-year-old.

“”I’ve only played down at Cardiff on their artificial pitch and it was fine. I quite enjoyed it.

“I’ve been down at Kilmarnock to look at their pitch and it looks awesome. It will be great for the rugby.

“Does this sort of thing have a future at international level? Well, if you had asked me that last year when the Murrayfield pitch was in the state it was, I’d have said ‘yes’.

“But now it is immaculate I don’t see why we should have to go to synthetic pitches.

“It all depends on the money and clubs but I would still prefer to see big Tests played on grass. I’m a bit old school like that.”

Saturday’s match is Scotland’s final Test of the year, and Dickinson said his team-mates were determined to end 2014 on a high after an encouraging autumn in which they beat Argentina and pushed world champions New Zealand close.

“Things are really starting to come together,” added Dickinson.

“A lot of young guys have transitioned seamlessly into the side and are up to speed. But everyone across the board needs to keep improving.

“But we have got good confidence from these last few weeks and now it is about finishing the series well against Tonga.

“They will pose a massive physical test so we have to prepare well.”