Rugby World Cup 2019: England to host All Blacks next November at Twickenham

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.

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.

Rugby World Cup 2019: England to host All Blacks next November at Twickenham

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.

Join us at 11:15pm Saturday for live updates of the All Blacks v Ireland Rugby World Cup quarter-final.

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