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Wily Ashley-Cooper still has the skills

Wallabies veteran Adam Ashley-Cooper has put himself in contention for Saturday's clash with England at Twickenham after a strong display against Italy.
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Brumbies skipper Sam Carter determined to wear Wallaby gold again

Carter hasn't played for the Wallabies since June last year but has his eyes set on a second World Cup squad.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Woodward's XV to face Wallabies [Video]Woodward's XV to face Wallabies  05:04

Sir Clive Woodward selects his England XV to face Australia.

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Hooper sees Bledisloe test as chance for Wallabies to build [Video]Hooper sees Bledisloe test as chance for Wallabies to build  01:21

The Wallabies are hoping to use their final clash with the All Blacks for the year as a chance to set the foundations for next year's campaign

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Williams 'blessed' to reach 50 All Blacks caps [Video]Williams 'blessed' to reach 50 All Blacks caps  01:10

All Blacks star Williams credits his faith and ability for ‘blessed’ 50 international caps

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All Blacks target clean sweep against ‘under pressure’ but confident Australia - Hansen [Video]All Blacks target clean sweep against ‘under pressure’ but confident Australia - Hansen  00:40

Hansen says All Blacks need to be on top of their game for Bledisloe Cup match against “under pressure” but confident Wallabies.

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Stephen Moore reminisces on Rugby World Cup 2015 [Video]Stephen Moore reminisces on Rugby World Cup 2015  01:38

The Wallabies may have fallen just short at RWC 2015, but former captain Stephen Moore still looks back on his team's sparkling performances with pride.

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Sydney Opera House racing advert sparks protests [Video]Sydney Opera House racing advert sparks protests  01:38

Hundreds of Australians flickered torches at the sails of Sydney's Opera House on Tuesday, hoping the light rays would disrupt horse-racing advert. Francesca Lynagh reports.

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'Street fighter': Jones cautious of Cheika's wounded Wallabies

England coach Eddie Jones says his men have to be wary of a Wallabies side coached by a 'street fighter' in Michael Cheika
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tevita Kuridrani's path to World Cup starts on Monday

The bullocking centre will start his first full pre-season in six years on Monday as he begins his mission to get back into the Wallabies side.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cheika up for crack at Eddie's England

Michael Cheika is excited to renew his rivalry with Eddie Jones when the Wallabies take on England at Twickenham next weekend.
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Cheika praises Jones ahead of tantalising England clash

Wallabies coach says his old Randwick teammate has taken England to a new level since the 2015 World Cup, as the sides prepare for battle at Twickenham on Saturday
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Wallabies sweat on Pocock as Cheika ponders backline options

The Australians will keep an eye on their star forward after he suffered a neck injury against Italy, while Matt Toomua and Adam Ashley Cooper are in the mix to face England.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Italian job offers no clues to Wallabies playmaker problem

The combination of Matt Toomua and Bernard Foley at No.10 and No.12 failed to ignite the attack in Italy.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Wallabies beat Italy but will be sweating on Pocock head knock

The Wallabies have knocked off Italy 26-7 in Padua.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Wallabies back Petaia to rebound: Hooper

Wallabies skipper Michael Hooper has backed Jordan Petaia to bounce back from the injury nightmare that has wiped his chance of making his debut against Italy.
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Injured Petaia's Wallabies debut on hold

Michael Cheika has been forced to re-jig his side for the Wallabies' Test against Italy with rookie Jordan Petaia and lock Rory Arnold ruled out through injury
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