A tense finale to the first Test in Durban saw Kusal Perera inspire a stunning turnaround as Sri Lanka defeated South Africa.
With their suspensions nearing conclusion, Michael Clarke is confident Steve Smith and David Warner can deliver again for Australia.
Mark Wood can still scarcely believe how well he bowled in a devastating spell against West Indies.
Following a head injury against Scotland, Johnny Sexton is fit again and in the running to play for Ireland in Italy.
An apparently straightforward South African Test victory took a turn on Friday as a dramatic collapse brought Sri Lanka into contention.
Wales were dealt a blow on Friday as Leigh Halfpenny's expected comeback for the Scarlets did not come to fruition.
Eddie Jones sought to dismiss Wales' strong record in Cardiff ahead of England's Six Nations visit, but Neil Jenkins is not worried.
Shannon Gabriel apologised for comments made to Joe Root in the third Test, prompting Moeen Ali to back the use of stump mics.
Ellis Genge was removed from training on Thursday, but Steve Borthwick does not think there will be any 'major consequences' for the prop.
Sri Lanka already appear to be staring at defeat in the first Test of the two-match series with South Africa after just two days.