England will host the All Blacks at Twickenham in November 2022 as a part of a four-Check programme which incorporates world champions South Africa.
Eddie Jones’ England final performed the All Blacks within the semifinal of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. It proved to be one in all England’s best ever performances as they beat New Zealand 19-7 in Japan.
Subsequent November’s Check sees the All Blacks return to Twickenham for the primary time since 2018 and simply the third time since 2013.
They have been meant to face one another in England final 12 months, however the match was cancelled because of COVID-19.
England’s four-Check November programme begins with Argentina on Nov. 6, earlier than then internet hosting Japan on Nov. 12.
The All Blacks then come to city on Nov. 19 with the sequence ending with a match in opposition to the reigning World Cup holders South Africa on Nov. 26.
“These fixtures can be a very essential a part of our preparation for the 2023 World Cup,” Jones mentioned. “It is nearly a mini-World Cup in itself and we’re lucky to have it lower than a 12 months earlier than the match.
“It will likely be a great litmus take a look at for the group to see the place we’re at, culminating in taking part in first and second on this planet.
“We noticed how a lot of a distinction having a full Twickenham Stadium was this autumn and we won’t wait to play a sequence of video games in opposition to such high quality opposition in entrance of our supporters.”