World Cup teams brings you all the lineups as they are announced.

All Blacks too good for Tonga

Nehe Milner-Skudder scored a brace of tries as the All Blacks wore down a tenacious Tongan side to clinch a 47-9 win at St James’ Park on Friday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

Sipi Tau vs Haka

New Zealand and Tonga face off before their Pool C clash.

World Cup Dream Team (Week 3)

World Rugby selects a team made up of the tournament's standout performers.

Bulls edge Pumas to book home semi

Deon Stegmann and Jamba Ulengo scored two tries each to guide the Vodacom Blue Bulls to a 25-24 bonus-point win over the Pumas in Nelspruit.

Province crush Kings

Western Province scored six tries to beat the EP Kings 45-14 at Newlands on Friday night.

Leopards clinch First Division title

The Leopards claimed a 44-20 come-from-behind win over the SWD Eagles in Potchefstroom.

Fred must fire for France

Frédéric Michalak will need to produce one of his mercurial performances if France are to overcome Ireland in Cardiff on Sunday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.

World Cup Daily (Episode 27)

Siale Piatau on the history of the Tongan cultural challenge, the Sipi Tau, which will face off against the New Zealand haka on Friday night.

SA-born lock must soar for Italy

Italy's stand-in captain Quintin Geldenhuys will have a crucial role to play in the lineouts against Romania at Sandy Park on Sunday. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.

Hernández to steer Pumas to victory

Flyhalf Juan Martín Hernández could be the key figure for Argentina against Namibia in Leicester on Sunday, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.

SuperBru: Wallabies to win by 5-12

Before you make your SuperBru picks for this weekend's World Cup and Currie Cup matches, take a look at the SA Rugby magazine team's predictions.

Sweet stepper

Nehe Milner-Skudder has been the All Blacks’ find of 2015, writes MARC HINTON.

Three dazzling World Cup intercept tries

Including Springbok wing JP Pietersen's five-pointer against Samoa.

Outstanding World Cup finishes

Featuring Adriaan Strauss, Lood de Jager and Bryan Habana.

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