England will host the All Blacks next November as part of New Zealand's end-of-year northern tour, the Rugby Football Union (RFU) announced on Friday.
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The RFU confirmed the All Blacks are one of four teams which will face England in late 2020, along with the Wallabies, Argentina and a yet to be confirmed tier-two nation.
Eddie Jones' squad will kick off their campaign against New Zealand on November 8 (NZ time). The All Blacks last played at Twickenham in 2018, coming away with a 16-15 win.
A week later England will host Argentina, followed by a match against the tier-two nation.
England's last game will be against the Wallabies on November 29, who they are also set to meet in Saturday's World Cup quarter-final in Oita.
Should England beat Australia and the All Blacks beat Ireland in their quarter-final, the two nations will meet in next weekend's semi-final in Yokohama.
Other games for the All Blacks' 2020 northern tour have yet to be announced.
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