All Blacks are committed to Twickenham treble as part of the route from England to the 2023 World Cup
REVEAL: All Blacks line up for Twickenham treble as part of England’s 2023 World Cup route
- The route from England to the World Cup will include travel to North America and Australia
- Sports email may reveal the full schedule for Eddie Jones’s side until 2023
- They are ready to meet the All Blacks twice, possibly three times, at Twickenham
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The route from England to the next World Cup will include travel to North America and Australia, it turns out.
Sports email can reveal the full schedule planned for Eddie Jones’s side until 2023, in which they will meet the All Blacks twice, possibly three times, at Twickenham.
As agreed long before coronavirus agreed to the sport, the idea next summer is that England will tour the US and Canada while the lions are in South Africa, with Wales in Argentina, Scotland in Europe and Ireland on the Pacific islands Ocean.
England will face the All Blacks twice, possibly three times, all in Twickenham
Sports email can reveal the full schedule planned for Eddie Jones’s English side until 2023
And in 2022, the year before the French World Cup, Jones will have to finalize his plans for the tournament in his home country of Australia – which could be the last of the traditional three-test tours as plans for a new Nations League’s future schedule.
Sir Bill Beaumont and World Rugby’s idea for that makeover to the international calendar is likely to take years to fully implement, so it’s clear when rugby can return. .
Taking into account the usual warming programs of Six Nations, Fall and the World Cup, England will undergo 37 or 38 tests when they resume until France 2023 – two against New Zealand at Twickenham.
England played the All Blacks only once between the 2015 World Cup and 2019.
The All Blacks games are slated to launch this fall, if the schedule isn’t torn up in the wake of the pandemic and in November 2022.
However, New Zealand will not place England on the preliminary match list and has not done so since 2014. Ireland will visit the All Blacks in 2022 as a world champion tour of Wales, South Africa.
England has lined up Australia, South Africa, and a Tier 2 country for the fall 2021 international, with sources indicating this increases the opportunity to buy another New Zealand game that year to complete a great November.
The 2020 schedule – where England still play twice against Japan and then Italy in the Six Nations for New Zealand, Argentina, Tonga and Australia in Twickenham – clearly depends on a relaxation of the lockdown measures.
As Sports email has previously reported that if the countries of the Southern Hemisphere cannot travel, matches against Six Nations rivals are likely to be organized.
England participated in the All Blacks only once between the 2015 and 2019 World Cups