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The matches will keep running for four ends of the week in November 2018, with New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, Fiji, Georgia, Tonga and Argentina all taking off to go up against England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France, Japan and Italy.

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Discover all that you have to think about the Autumn universal installations underneath (refreshed Friday ninth November).

Saturday tenth November 2018

Italy v Georgia kick-off at 2pm (not live on TV) from Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence

Scotland v Fiji kick-off at 2.30pm live on BBC1 and BT Sport from Murrayfield, Edinburgh

Britain v New Zealand kick-off at 3pm live on Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Action and NOW TV from Twickenham, London

Ridges v Australia kick-off at 5.20pm live on BBC2 from Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Ireland v Argentina kick-off at 6.30pm live on Channel 4 from Aviva Stadium, Dublin

France v South Africa kick-off at 8.05pm live on Premier Sports from Stade de France, Paris

Saturday seventeenth November 2018

Italy v Australia kick-off at 2pm live on Premier Sports from Stadio Eugenio, Padua

Ribs v Tonga kick-off 2.30pm live on BBC1 from Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Britain v Japan kick-off at 3pm live on Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Action and NOW TV from Twickenham, London – Click here to win friendliness tickets to the match

Scotland v South Africa kick-off at 5.20pm live on BBC1 and BT Sport from Murrayfield, Edinburgh

Ireland v New Zealand kick-off at 7pm live on Channel 4 from Aviva Stadium, Dublin

France v Argentina kick-off at 8.05pm live on Premier Sports (tbc) from Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille

Saturday 24th November 2018

Italy v New Zealand kick-off 2pm live on Premier Sports (tbc) from Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Scotland v Argentina kick-off at 2.30pm live on BBC1 and BT Sport from Murrayfield, Edinburgh

Britain v Australia kick-off at 3pm live on Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Action and NOW TV from Twickenham, London

Ridges v South Africa kick-off at 5.20pm live on BBC2 from Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Ireland v USA kick-off at 6.30pm live on Channel 4 from Aviva Stadium, Dublin

France v Fiji kick-off at 8.05pm live on Premier Sports (tbc) from Stade de France, Paris

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Britain’s Owen Farrell begins at fly-half for just the third time under head mentor Eddie Jones, and individual co-commander Dylan Hartley begins at hooker.South Africa have rolled out a few improvements from the side that lost to New Zealand a month ago.

With the Springboks’ European-based players inaccessible, full-back Damian Willemse makes his full presentation.

Powerhouse back-push Duane Vermeulen is among those returning appearances, having missed the whole Rugby Championship battle to play locally in Japan.Tuilagi has won 26 tops for England since making his introduction in August 2011 against Wales, and proceeded to play at the World Cup that year. The 27-year-old’s notoriety developed as he featured in the win against New Zealand in 2012 and afterward earned determination for the Lions squad the next year.

Nonetheless, he missed the 2015 World Cup due to a conviction for ambush, while wounds and further poor order have obstructed his odds of contending universally since Eddie Jones assumed responsibility of the group three years prior.

This season the Samoa-conceived player has been in incredible frame for Tigers, creating a man-of-the-coordinate showcase against Scarlets in October’s Champions Cup win.

Britain’s scrum mentor Neal Hatley said of the most recent damage: “Manu’s baffled. He frantically needed to play for England once more.” England: 15-Daly, 14-Nowell, 13-Slade, 12-Te’o, 11-May, 10-Farrell, 9-Youngs; 1-Hepburn, 2-Hartley, 3-Sinckler, 4-Itoje, 5-Kruis, 6-Shields, 7-Curry, 8-Wilson

Substitutions: 16-George, 17-Moon, 18-Williams, 19-Ewels, 20-Mercer, 21-Care, 22-Ford, 23-Ashton

South Africa: 15-Willemse, 14-Nkosi, 13-Kriel, 12-De Allende, 11-Dyantyi, 10-Pollard, 9-Van Zyl, 8-Whiteley, 7-Vermeulen, 6-Kolisi, 5-PS Du Toit, 4-Etzebeth, 3-Malherbe, 2-Marx, 1-Kitshoff

Substitutions: 16-Mbonambi, 17-T Du Toit, 18-Louw, 19-Snyman, 20-De Jager, 21-Papier, 22-Jantjies, 23-EsterhuizenHaving long damage list a year out from a World Cup may be no terrible thing – it allows to perceive what some different players can do at Test level – however this is still a significant trial England side.

“For instance, the back-column of Brad Shields, Tom Curry and Mark Wilson has a consolidated aggregate of 10 tops, while Owen Farrell begins at fly-half rather than George Ford and Ben Te’o in the inside in spite of having barely played due to damage this season.

“South Africa are not without their own issues – missing two or three their absolute best players in scrum-half Faf de Klerk and full-back Willie le Roux in light of the fact that the amusement falls outside the official Test window. In any case, this is as yet a Springbok side on the ascent and a furious opener for England’s harvest time series.”We’ve lost 400 tops with the loss of the Vunipola siblings, Joe Launchbury and Courtney Lawes, so encounter is difficult to supplant however regardless we’ve figured out how to name an exceptionally solid seat of finishers with Jamie George and Danny Care, who are remarkable players and will lead the last charge.

“We’ve turned out to be extremely efficient in our set-piece and have completed a considerable measure of good work in Portugal throughout the most recent week.

“We have put in another resistance framework and our assault looks more sorted out than it was on the South Africa visit.”

South Africa head mentor Rassie Erasmus:

“This match will be an immense strategic undertaking with a great part of the result contingent upon how you handle the set stages and kicking game.Head-to-head

South Africa have won 13 of the last 16 gatherings, drawing one and losing two.

The last five gatherings have delivered 268 at a normal of 54 points for every match.

Britain

Britain’s triumph in the last Test of their late spring arrangement versus South Africa finished a five-Test losing run.

Jonny May has scored an attempt in every one of his last five Tests, including each of the three matches against South Africa in June.

Dylan Hartley (93) has 21 a bigger number of tops than whatever remains of the beginning pack joined (72).

South Africa

South Africa have won two of their last three Tests, including a 36-34 prevail upon New Zealand.

Just a single of the Springboks’ five wins this year has left far from home.

Wing Aphiwe Dyantyi has scored five attempts in his last six Tests.

Match authorities

Ref: Angus Gardner (Australia)

Contact judges: Jerome Garces (France) and Ben Whitehouse (Wales)

TMO: Olly Hodges (Ireland) The Leicester focus endured a strain amid preparing, however will rejoin the squad on Sunday.

Ashton is back in the global crease without precedent for a long time.