Based in Paris, Gavin Mortimer is an award-winning author who writes about sport, France and history for The Week.
Coach, crowd and players will be under intense scrutiny at Twickenham on Saturday
Having cut his teeth on patrol in Afghanistan, Semesa Rokoduguni now faces a new challenge – scoring against the All Blacks
Teenage sensation rejects overtures from Premier League giants to stay with MK Dons
Wolfsburg star dismisses rumours of a move to either Arsenal or Manchester United
English centre to feature against Italy, but Ireland will win title with victory over France
Future looks bright for superior England, but Ireland remain favourites for the title
Veteran centre will earn record 139th cap, England have 20-year-old fly-half Ford on the bench
France was unfussed by Hollande's infidelity, but issue of same-sex relationships is a 'battleground'
Reds unveil new partner that takes club to 'top of the commercial league'
Ireland stunned by incredible last-ditch victory for New Zealand, who finish the year unbeaten
Embattled president Francois Hollande takes heart as Les Bleus perform a miracle in Paris
Forwards yielded nothing to the mighty All Blacks, but work is needed on the back line
Mighty New Zealand aiming to maintain their winning streak and exact Twickenham revenge
Prop is England's one world class player who could have exposed New Zealand's only weakness
The autumn internationals begin in earnest as Six Nations champions Wales take on South Africa
Twickenham clash is a must-win for Stuart Lancaster if he wants to challenge in 2015
Wiggo felt he had been 'stabbed in the back' and had to be talked out of quitting, new book claims
Rugby legend joins cricket sponsorship over spin bowler's difficulties with Victoria Bitter
More cups than Bale, more assists than Fabregas - no wonder papers are purring at Wenger's coup
The advice comes from Gary Lineker who, like Steve McManaman, made a success of moving to Spain
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