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

SuperBru: Australia 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.

Biggar vs Foley: Gripping battle awaits

The performances of opposing flyhalves Bernard Foley and Dan Biggar are sure to have a significant impact on the outcome of Saturday’s Pool A decider between the Wallabies and Wales, writes CRAIG LEWIS.

Laidlaw will punish Samoa indiscipline

Greig Laidlaw's boot will ensure Scotland beat Samoa at St James' Park on Saturday and progress to the quarter-finals. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.

Young guns to play for English pride

England will be eager to put all the sideshows behind them and produce an impressive performance against Uruguay in Manchester on Saturday, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.

Currie Cup preview (Round 10)

The Free State Cheetahs and Sharks will battle it out for the final play-off position when they go head-to-head in Bloemfontein, writes CRAIG LEWIS.

‘No Bok biting incident’

Frans Malherbe will not be cited for an alleged act of biting, with World Rugby releasing a statement clearing the Springbok prop of any wrongdoing.

World Cup Daily (Episode 25)

A South African haka and an interview with Japan coach Eddie Jones.

Boks refute biting allegation

The Springboks have vehemently denied that Frans Malherbe is guilty of an alleged biting incident that occurred during Wednesday’s clash against the USA.

Kings cash crisis addressed

Officials from EP Rugby, Saru and the South African Rugby Players’ Association have been locked in high-level discussions over the union's financial issues.

Folau fit to fire for Wallabies

Israel Folau has been passed fit for the Wallabies’ match against Wales at Twickenham on Saturday.

North at 13 for Wales

George North will start at outside centre in one of six changes to the Wales team to face Australia on Saturday.

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