England side face the greatest side in the world, New Zealand, on Saturday at Twickenham in the second of their Autumn Internationals.
The All Blacks’ long awaited clash against England has been locked in, with England’s Rugby Football Union confirming the game will go ahead in 2018.
The game will be played at Twickenham on November 10, and will mark the first meeting
Here is everything you need to know:
Match details – All Blacks vs England
Kick-off: 3pm, Saturday 10 November 2018
Venue: Twickenham Stadium
TV channel/live-stream: The game will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event (coverage from 2.30pm) and Sky Sports Action (coverage from 2pm), and will be available to stream on Sky Go and Now TV with a sports pass.
As well as the England clash, the All Blacks are already confirmed to host France in a three-test series in June, while a rare fixture against Japan will take place in November, before the end of year tour begins.
That tour is set to see the All Blacks also take on the Barbarians, France, Scotland and Wales.
The game that has stirred up so much debate over the last few years in finally scheduled for 2018: All Blacks vs England. Both teams have been in outstanding form over the past couple of years, with England climbing the world rankings.
Don’t let the poor form in the 6 Nations fool you. England are a class side, especially when they are playing at Twickenham. A clash between these two teams is always an intriguing concept, especially as we head into a World Cup year.