England centre Manu Tuilagi suffered a groin injury in Leicester's win over Ulster at Welford Road, making him a doubt for November 8.
Ulster wing Tommy Bowe expects that Leicester will be relishing the prospect of taking on familiar opposition at Welford Road.
Scarlets scrum-half Gareth Davies will be out for three months with a knee injury meaning he will miss all of Wales' November Tests.
Guy Novès has been handed a boost before Sunday's Champions Cup clash with Montpellier with the return of a number of key players.
Clermont's injury woes have eased somewhat with the news that inside centre Wesley Fofana will be fit to face Saracens this weekend.
Racing Métro inside centre Jamie Roberts has admitted to being "baffled" by reports in France suggesting that he is set for a return home....
Leinster and Ireland will be without tighthead prop Marty Moore for twelve weeks due to a shoulder injury, Leo Cullen has confirmed.
Damien Chouly admits Clermont's nightmarish experience at Twickenham against Saracens can help them tactically this weekend.
Saracens will try to build on last year's final defeat to Toulon as they prepare for the first edition of the European Champions Cup....
The play-off system for 2015/16's European Champions Cup has been changed, European Professional Club Rugby has announced.
The 2014/15 European Rugby Champions Cup Final will be held in London, and not Milan, it was announced on Tuesday.
Wales tighthead Adam Jones insists his rugby playing preference is at the Ospreys, with his future still up in the air heading into...
The new European Rugby Champions Cup is set to be sponsored by the same company which backed the competition it replaced.
Saracens boss Mark McCall is excited by his side's Champions Cup Pool draw, where they face Munster, Sale Sharks and Clermont.
The European Rugby Champions Cup draw has been made in Switzerland, with Toulon facing Leicester, Ulster and the Scarlets.
Jonny Wilkinson will always be remembered for that drop kick in 2003, but it's his legacy with Toulon that truly defines his class.
Saracens centre Brad Barritt has described the Heineken Cup loss to Toulon as merely a 'hiccup' ahead of the Premiership Final.