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

Vodacom Think Tank (Episode 35)

Tank Lanning and Zelim Nel chat about why rugby's minnow teams are performing so much better at the World Cup.

Nonu back, McCaw out

Ma’a Nonu will return to the starting lineup for his 100th Test appearance when the All Blacks take on Tonga at St James’ Park on Friday.

World Cup Daily (Episode 25)

World Rugby attends a Springbok training session and speaks to Schalk Burger about their match against the USA.

‘Losing De Villiers has lifted Boks’

Former England flyhalf Stuart Barnes says the Springboks have benefited from Jean de Villiers's World Cup-ending injury.

Jean back with Boks

Jean de Villiers has rejoined the Springboks in London, where he is set to serve in a consultancy capacity.

‘Meyer should’ve backed youngsters’

Three former Springboks on whether Heyneke Meyer should have rested his first-choice players for their final pool game against the USA.

Habana to set London alight

Bryan Habana’s anticipation and finishing will come to the fore when the Springboks face a weakened USA side at the Olympic Stadium on Wednesday, writes JON CARDINELLI in London.

Cheetahs reshuffle pack

The Free State Cheetahs have made five changes to their pack for Saturday’s match against the Sharks in Bloemfontein.

Stegmann back to boost Bulls

Flanker Deon Stegmann returns to the Vodacom Blue Bulls' starting lineup for Friday's Currie Cup match against the Pumas at the Mbombela Stadium.

Boks brace for American rush

The Springboks have made some adjustments to their attack ahead of their final pool match against the USA, reports JON CARDINELLI in London.

16 Springbok stats and facts

For the World Cup match against the USA at London's Olympic Stadium on Wednesday.

Highlights: Fiji vs Uruguay (2015 Rugby World Cup)

The Pacific Islanders recorded a 45-17 win in Milton Keynes.

Leading from the front

Paul O’Connell is an inspirational captain and player for Ireland, writes GERRY THORNLEY.

De Allende wins big at WP Awards

Damian de Allende was named Western Province Players' Player of the Year and Best Back of the Year at the union's awards evening on Tuesday.

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