Host Country: JAPAN
Date of the finals: 20/09/2019 - 02/11/2019
Number of Venues: 12
Number of Teams: 20
Ewan Richards, Nick Isiekwe and Jack Singleton called up as Lewis Ludlam, Nic Dolly and Joe Launchbury withdraw from England's pre-Barbarians camp.
Exeter Chiefs come from behind in a thrilling semi-final to beat Bristol Bears 28-24 and reach a first Premier 15s final against Saracens.
England and Argentina are criticised over a long delay before scoring a try that helps both sides progress from their World Rugby Sevens men's group in Toulouse.
New Zealand women overcome newly-crowned world sevens series champions Australia 21-14 in the final leg in Toulouse.
Leicester look set to secure the Premiership top spot for the first time since 2011 after a 27-5 win at Newcastle.
Saracens secure a home tie in the Premiership semi-finals with a 42-38 win over Northampton at StoneX Stadium.
Leinster's largely second-string side secured a commanding 10-point win over Munster, who will now meet Ulster in Belfast in an intriguing United Rugby Championship quarter-final.
Edinburgh convincingly beat Glasgow Warriors to qualify for the Champions Cup and secure the URC's Scottish-Italian Shield and inter-city 1872 Cup.
Harlequins come from 17 points down to beat Gloucester 28-24 and secure a place in the Premiership semi-finals.
Scarlets agonisingly missed out to Ospreys on Champions Cup qualification following a United Rugby Championship defeat by Stormers.
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