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The Telegraph has unveiled its editorial team and coverage plans ahead of the forthcoming Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Here is what you can get by subscribing to Telegraph Sport. A sport subscription is £1 a week – more details on that, and how to sign up, can be found here.
Our squad of experts
Two new brilliant columnists will be contributing to The Telegraph throughout the Rugby World Cup: England fly-half Danny Care and Wales centre Jamie Roberts. The pair will be joining The Telegraph’s team of former internationals, including: Sir Ian McGeechan, Brian Moore, Maggie Alphonsi, Will Greenwood, Doddie Weir, Danny Cipriani and Austin Healey, each of whom will be providing expert insight, analysis and views during the tournament.
Brian, Danny and Austin will also be going below the line to join the debate on their articles throughout the tournament, responding to your comments and questions, so make sure you have your say in our comments section and take the chance to engage with these greats of the game.
The Telegraph will be sending a team of nine reporters to Japan – Mick Cleary and Gavin Mairs with England, Tom Cary with Ireland, Ben Coles with Wales and Richard Bath, Scotland, plus Daniel Schofield, Kate Rowan and Charlie Morgan in roving roles. Sports Writer of the Year Paul Hayward will be covering the later stages of the tournament.
They will provide the definitive guide to all the action, on and off the field.
What your digital subscription will get you
Our Telegraph coverage includes a dedicated World Cup channel, with live blogs on all the key games through to the final on November 2. There will be in-depth long reads, including a look at the England squad under Eddie Jones and analysis on how to win a World Cup.
Along with unlimited access to every opinion piece from our experts, you will get match analysis from our reporters in Japan along wit
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