Newcastle wing Alex Tait returns to the Falcons' line-up for their Aviva Premiership clash with Leicester on Saturday (kick-off 3.05pm).
Jim Mallinder has rejigged his Northampton side ahead of the Aviva Premiership clash with London Irish at Franklin's Gardens on Saturday.
Harlequins have made two enforced changes to their starting XV for the Gloucester's Aviva Premiership visit to the Stoop on Saturday.
Legendary former Springbok centre Danie Gerber has thrown his weight behind the Springboks ahead of Saturday's World Cup Pool D match against Fiji in Wellington.
Julian White and Thomas Waldrom return to the Leicester starting line-up for Round Three of the Aviva Premiership, as the Tigers go in searh of a win at Kingston Park.
England manager Martin Johnson said he would wait until after Sunday's World Cup match against Georgia before selecting a replacement for injured prop Andrew Sheridan.
Exeter may be sitting at the top of the Aviva Premiership table but coach Rob Baxter is staying focused ahead of Saturday's trip to Bath.
Wasps have made four changes to their starting line-up for Saturday's Aviva Premiership clash with Sale Sharks at Adams Park.
South Africa will be under no illusions of what to expect from Fiji come kick-off at Wellington Regional Stadium on Saturday (7am BST).
Springbok flyhalf Morné Steyn admitted on Friday there were areas of his game in which he needed to take a step up after his coaches labelled his above-average goal-kicking ability as vital to their World Cup cause.
Argentina will aim to get their World Cup campaign back on track when they face Romania at Rugby Park in Invercargill on Saturday (4.30am BST).
New Zealand coach Graham Henry said the All Blacks had dragged their World Cup campaign back on track Friday after their ruthless 83-7 demolition of Japan.
Ireland defence coach Les Kiss insists shutting down Will Genia and Quade Cooper is the key to success at Eden Park.
Reigning champions South Africa play Fiji in the second match of their World Cup title defence in Wellington on Saturday, well aware of the threat the South Sea Islanders can pose.
Tom Wood has told his England teammates their luxurious off-field life will be of no consequence in Sunday's World Cup clash against Georgia.