London Wasps climb to fourth after beating Bath at Adams Park 29-15.
We look ahead to the weekend's big sporting action, including - a preview of a big game in the Aviva Premiership, the finale of the PDC World Championships and another crucial weekend in the Premier League.
The Rugby Championship game between Newcastle and London Scottish is being used to test the new 'ref-cam'.
Conor O'Shea says his Harlequins side dominated the game in their 18-9 victory over Northampton.
Wasps and England lock Joe Launchbury has followed up his man of the series award by being name Premiership player of the month for his pefromances for club and country.
Charlie Hodgson kicked 23 points as Saracens beat Gloucester 28-23 to move up to second in the Aviva Premiership.
Sale Sharks new director of rugby John Mitchell says he's already spotted several improvements the struggling premiership club can make.
The game's only try from Willem Alberts came from an outrageous piece of luck...
Reaction from South Africa as they finish their season with a win against England.
Connor O'Shea and Gary Gold give their reaction as the league leaders narrowly lose to Bath 21-18.
Stephen Donald kicks all of Bath's 21 points past Quins to beat the league leaders at the Rec.
Gloucester fly-half Freddie Burns is confident he is ready to make the step up to international rugby union.
Sale chief executive Steve Diamond has effectively appointed himself as director of rugby for the rest of the season replacing Bryan Redpath.
Bath held off a second-half onslaught from Exeter to triumph 23-15 over the Chiefs at the Rec.
Sale slumped to a sixth straight Aviva Premiership defeat as Leicester won 20-8 at the City of Salford Stadium.
Ben Youngs and Ed Slater were both delighted to return to action and they were on hand to guide Leicester to a 20-8 win over Sale Sharks.
Ben Ryan takes us through the new look England Sevens team.
Jim Mallinder hopes there is no serious damage to captain Dylan Hartley after injuring his eye during Northampton's win over Wasps.
One spectator will be regretting his decision to go for a cup of tea during Harlequins match with Saracens.
Nigel Davies believes Gloucester's trademark "resilience and composure" were responsible for their win against Bath.
Despite scoring all the points for Leicester Tigers, Toby Flood was left frustrated after the 9 - 9 draw with Saracens at Wembley.
Saracens take on Leicester at Wembley on Saturday and some of the best of the action may be seen during the half time interval.
Danny Cipriani says the whole of the Sale team needs to improve, after his debut performance was criticised.
Aviva Premiership champions Harlequins put newly-promoted London Welsh to the sword at the Twickenham Stoop - ruinning in no fewer than six tries.
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