Autumn internationals: Who makes the cut for RUCK’s best XV of the series?

Scotland dominate and there is room for plenty of England players while Tadhg Furlong and Rob Evans fly the flag for Ireland and Wales.

Full-back: Stuart Hogg (Scotland)

Elusive, inventive, fearless, what might have been if Hogg had not been injured at the start of the Lions tour? Two perfect performances against Samoa and the All Blacks made it impossible to leave out despite missing the historic win against the Wallabies.

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Right-wing: Rieko Ioane (New Zealand)

There appears to be nothing that the World Breakthrough Player of the Year cannot do and is sure to add to his 11 tries in 13 Tests.

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Outside-centre: Huw Jones (Scotland)

Jones’ appearance on the scoresheet in each of his three starts this autumn will grab the headlines, but he’s put in three big defensive shifts too, and his ball-carrying promises to give England yet more headaches come the Six Nations. Glasgow will be thrilled at the form their latest addition has shown during the international window.

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