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The database currently contains stats from more than 3,000 international test matches - every result since
1871 between the main rugby playing nations and any opponent they've played since then.

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Latest Results

DateTournRndMatchScoreTriesPntsVenueNeut.
Sat, 19 Mar 20166N5 France v England21-310:30-4Stade de France, Paris
Sat, 19 Mar 20166N5 Ireland v Scotland35-254:35-0Lansdowne Rd, Dublin
Sat, 19 Mar 20166N5 Wales v Italy67-149:25-0Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Sun, 13 Mar 20166N4 Scotland v France29-183:24-0Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Sat, 12 Mar 20166N4 England v Wales25-211:34-1Twickenham, London
Sat, 12 Mar 20166N4 Ireland v Italy58-159:25-0Lansdowne Rd, Dublin
Sat, 27 Feb 20166N3 England v Ireland21-102:14-0Twickenham, London
Sat, 27 Feb 20166N3 Italy v Scotland20-362:30-4Olympic Stadium, Rome
Fri, 26 Feb 20166N3 Wales v France19-101:14-0Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Sun, 14 Feb 20166N2 Italy v England9-400:50-5Olympic Stadium, Rome
Sat, 13 Feb 20166N2 Wales v Scotland27-233:24-1Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Sat, 13 Feb 20166N2 France v Ireland10-91:04-1Stade de France, Paris
Sun, 07 Feb 20166N1 Ireland v Wales16-161:12-2Lansdowne Rd, Dublin
Sat, 06 Feb 20166N,CA1 Scotland v England9-150:21-4Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Sat, 06 Feb 20166N1 France v Italy23-213:24-1Stade de France, Paris

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Major trophy holders (Current)

World CupChampionship6 NationsBledisloe CupLions Series
New Zealand
since 2011
Australia
since 2015
England
since 2016
New Zealand
since 2003
British Isles
in 2013




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Future Fixtures

DateTournRndMatch
(links to recent form)
IRBVenueK.O.
(local)
Previous clashes
Sun, 29 May 2016 England v Wales  Twickenham        
Sat, 11 Jun 2016ST,CC1 Australia v EnglandSuncorp Stadium        
Sat, 11 Jun 2016ST1 South Africa v Ireland  Newlands17:00        
Sat, 11 Jun 2016ST1 New Zealand v WalesEden Park19:35        
Sat, 18 Jun 2016ST,CC2 Australia v EnglandAAMI Park        
Sat, 18 Jun 2016ST United States v Italy  San Jose        
Sat, 18 Jun 2016ST2 South Africa v IrelandEllis Park17:00        
Sat, 18 Jun 2016ST1 Japan v Scotland  Toyota Stadium19:30        
Sat, 18 Jun 2016ST2 New Zealand v WalesWestpac Trust19:35        
Sat, 25 Jun 2016ST,CC3 Australia v EnglandFootball Stadium        
Sat, 25 Jun 2016ST3 South Africa v IrelandN. Mandela Bay17:00        
Sat, 25 Jun 2016ST2 Japan v ScotlandAjinomoto Stadium19:30        
Sat, 25 Jun 2016ST3 New Zealand v WalesOtago Stadium19:35        
Sat, 20 Aug 2016RC,BC Australia v New ZealandStadium Australia        
Sat, 20 Aug 2016RC South Africa v ArgentinaMbombela Stadium        

15 unplayed matches have been displayed     ( Short List / All Fixtures )

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Most recent head-to-head matches

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Coaching under the spotlight

How successful have our head coaches been in the professional era?

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NZLSteve
Hansen

 
Graham
Henry

(85%)
John
Mitchell

(82%)
Wayne
Smith

(70%)
John
Hart

(75%)
Laurie
Mains

(68%)
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AUSMichael
Cheika

 
Ewen
McKenzie

(50%)
Robbie
Deans

(58%)
John
Connolly

(64%)
Eddie
Jones

(57%)
Rod
Macqueen

(79%)
Greg
Smith

(63%)
AUS
SAFtbaHeyneke
Meyer

(66%)
Peter
de Villiers

(62%)
Jake
White

(66%)
Rudolf
Straeuli

(52%)
Harry
Viljoen

(53%)
Nick
Mallett

(71%)
Carel
du Plessis

(37%)
Andre
Markgraaff

(61%)
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ARGDaniel
Hourcade

 
Santiago
Phelan

(29%)
Marcelo
Loffreda

(59%)
Alex
Wyllie

(57%)
Jose Luis
Imhoff

(36%)
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Novès

 
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St-Andrè

(44%)
Marc
Lievremont

(60%)
Bernard
Laporte

(63%)
Jean-Claude
Skrela

(65%)
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Jones

 
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Lancaster

(60%)
Martin
Johnson

(55%)
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Ashton

(54%)
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Robinson

(40%)
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Woodward

(71%)
Jack
Rowell

(72%)
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Gatland

 
Gareth
Jenkins

(30%)
Scott
Johnson

(0%)
Mike
Ruddock

(65%)
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Hansen

(35%)
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Henry

(61%)
Kevin
Bowring

(48%)
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Scott
Johnson

(31%)
Andy
Robinson

(42%)
Frank
Hadden

(39%)
Matt
Williams

(17%)

"Geech"

(41%)
Jim
Telfer

(39%)
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Schmidt

 
Declan
Kidney

(50%)
Eddie
O'Sullivan

(64%)
Warren
Gatland

(47%)
Brian
Ashton

(25%)
Murray
Kidd

(33%)
IRE
ITAJacques
Brunel

 
Nick
Mallett

(19%)
Pierre
Berbizier

(41%)
John
Kirwan

(31%)
Brad
Johnstone

(15%)
Massimo
Macioletti

(0%)
George
Coste

(30%)
ITA
LIOWarren
Gatland

(66%)

"Geech"

(33%)
Sir Clive
Woodward

(0%)
Graham
Henry

(33%)

"Geech"

(66%)
LIO
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Exorcising RWC Ghosts

31/10/2015 The All Blacks have become the first team to win both a 3rd Rugby World Cup and back-to-back titles

The 2015 tournament has seen Steve Hansen's famous team smash a number of records...
  >  The All Blacks are now the most successful team in RWC history with a win rate of 88%
  >  They are the most experienced team in RWC history - first team to play 50 RWC matches
  >  First team to score over 300 tries in World Cups. Aussie are 2nd on 209 tries. England have scored 147 tries.
  >  Only team to have never lost a pool match in 8 World Cups
  >  Richie's All Blacks are also currently on the longest RWC winning streak - 14 matches
  >  Their emphatic 62-13 Quarter-final victory over France was the largest win in RWC Knock-Out history
  >  By beating Australia by more than 15 points in the final, they have jumped to a whopping 96.09 ranking points;
       the highest ranking by any team since the points exchange system was introduced in 2003
  >  The All Blacks have been ranked No 1 in the world for the past 6 years, having only lost 6 games in 85 matches
       (90.6% win rate), spanning two Rugby world Cup titles.


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