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Published on May 21, 2012

Join Mark Durden-Smith, Austin Healey, Ben Kay and the rest of the team as ESPN brings you exclusively live coverage of Harlequins v Leicester from 2pm on Saturday 26th May. To subscribe to ESPN, call 0844 324 1540. Watch more videos like this at http://www.espnscrum.com/scrum/rugby/...

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  1. 12

    Australia seal edgy victory

  2. 13

    De Villiers wants whitewash

  3. 14

    Lancaster rings the changes

  4. 15

    Sharpe delays retirement

  5. 16

    Lancaster remains upbeat

  6. 17

    All Blacks were lucky to win

  7. 18

    Wales disappointed with performance

  8. 19

    Irish upbeat despite All Blacks defeat

  9. 20

    McBryde: Wales need to be intelligent

  10. 21

    Howley: First half proved costly

  11. 22

    Meyer pleased to have passed first test

  12. 23

    De Villiers impressed by new faces

  13. 24

    Mike Catt: South Africa tour will be 'brutal'

  14. 25

    Robshaw targets South African back line

  15. 26

    Henry returns to international rugby

  16. 27

    Danny Care draws a line under misdemeanours

  17. 28

    Foden backs captain Dowson

  18. 29

    Rowntree pleased with progress of young squad

  19. 30

    Conor O'Shea predicts attacking final

  20. 31

    Ugo Monye 'excited' by Aviva Final thoughts

  21. Watch the Aviva Premiership Final exclusively live on ESPN this Saturday

  22. 33

    England draft in fresh faces for tour

  23. 34

    Quins and Saracens stars look ahead to Aviva Playoffs

  24. 35

    Durders, Austin and Ben discuss the ESPN team of the year

  25. 36

    Mark McCall looking to create history at Welford Road

  26. 37

    Is Farrell rugby's Justin Bieber?

  27. 38

    Dylan Hartley hoping to be available for Aviva final

  28. 39

    Mike Catt looking for youngsters to 'express themselves'

  29. 40

    PTI Australia: Changing allegiances divides nation

  30. 41

    Craig Joubert on refereeing big games

  31. 42

    Jets set to sign Saracens lock

  32. 43

    Lawrence Dallaglio tips Harlequins to upset Toulon

  33. 44

    PTI UK: The future for domestic rugby?

  34. 45

    Stuart Lancaster: 'It was an honour and a privilege to accept England job'

  35. 46

    PTI UK: Is Rugby Sevens the future?

  36. 47

    Fearless Wales now look ahead to Wallabies

  37. 48

    PTI UK: Best Wales team ever?

  38. 49

    PTI UK: Andy Robinson - Sack Him or Back Him?

  39. 50

    PTI UK: Give Stu The Job?

  40. 51

    England spoils France party for Six Nations finale

  41. 52

    Wales seek to continue their Grand Slam journey

  42. 53

    France's comeback kills Ireland's title hopes

  43. 54

    Wales and France remain unbeaten

  44. 55

    Wales and France remain unbeaten

  45. 56

    England and Wales fight to remain unbeaten

  46. 57

    New challenges for Wallabies keeps Deans keen

  47. 58

    Argentina bring different dimension to Rugby Championship

  48. 59

    Narraway keen on Kingsholm stay

  49. 60

    Six Nations review

  50. 61

    PTI UK: French Farce

  51. 62

    PTI Australia: Wales benefit from controversial yellow card

  52. 63

    PTI UK: Six Nations - did England win or Scotland lose?

  53. 64

    Retired England skipper Moody on Robshaw's new reign

  54. 65

    Ben Youngs on 'fresh and different' direction

  55. 66

    Alex Corbisiero looking forward to changes in England pack

  56. 67

    Six Nations opening weekend preview

  57. 68

    PTI UK: Ashton not a Saint?

  58. 69

    PTI UK: Brave Stu Dawn for England?

  59. 70

    PTI UK: Leicester losing their grip?

  60. 71

    Heineken Cup: Round 5 Preview

  61. 72

    England 2015 ambassadors on increasing rugby's reach

  62. 73

    Diamond hits out at referee Barnes

  63. 74

    Stuart Lancaster: Danny Care ban sends the right message

  64. 75

    PTI UK: Is Wales' rise in 2012 inevitable?

  65. 76

    PTI UK: Was Toulouse v Quins the best Heineken Cup game so far?

  66. 77

    Conor O'Shea revelling in Heineken Cup challenge

  67. 78

    Will Greenwood: This is a great chance for Stuart Lancaster

  68. 79

    PTI UK: Does Ashton's punishment fit the crime?

  69. 80

    PTI UK - Is Stu the right man for England?

  70. 81

    TOTT: Ugo Monye on his return to action

  71. 82

    Ally Hogg: We need to build from this win

  72. 83

    Bryan Redpath: We didn't do basics well enough

  73. 84

    Alan Tait: Fans were huge for us tonight

  74. 85

    Watch Harinordoquy's dad defend his son

  75. 86

    Toby Flood and Ben Youngs: We've got to keep winning

  76. 87

    Bryan Redpath: We didn't create enough

  77. 88

    Baxter pleased with fighting spirit

  78. 89

    Martin Haag: We weren't direct enough

  79. 90

    Worcester's Richard Hill delighted with squad

  80. 91

    Sam Betty pleased after 'tough game'

  81. 92

    Final Play: Austin and Ben on the leaked report

  82. 93

    Deacon on facing 'The Shed'

  83. 94

    Watch the animated take on England's failed World Cup

  84. 95

    PTI UK: Who should be England's next coach?

  85. 96

    Heineken Cup launched at Twickenham

  86. 97

    Coverage of the All Blacks and their parade

  87. 98

    PTI UK: Red card or what?

  88. 99

    PTI UK: RWC Final - did the best team win?

  89. 100

    PTI on the All Blacks

  90. 101

    Toby Booth has more 'realistic' expectations for Heineken Cup

  91. 102

    Sneddon confident ahead of World Cup

  92. 103

    Rugby World Cup: winners and losers

  93. 104

    Henry upbeat ahead of Tri-Nations decider

  94. 105

    Smit's leadership under fire

  95. 106

    Chris Robshaw and Conor O'Shea: Thoughts on pre-season training and the season ahead

  96. 107

    Sarries' McCall and Borthwick on defending the title

  97. 108

    Clarke Dermody and Toby Booth look ahead to a new season for London Irish

  98. 109

    Dai Young and John Hart on on Wasps' opening double header

  99. 110

    New Zealand arrive for their Tri-Nations decider

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