England confirm their 2024 Autumn Nations Series fixtures at Twickenham - Ruck

England confirm their 2024 Autumn Nations Series fixtures at Twickenham

England Men are set to play four home matches at Twickenham Stadium as part of the 2024 Autumn Nations Series.

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The billing against southern hemisphere heavyweights New Zealand, Australia and South Africa, as well as a final opponent yet to be determined, begins with an encounter against the All Blacks.  

The ever-anticipated fixture is confirmed for Saturday 2 November 2024, the nations resuming their rivalry in south-west London after an entertaining 25-all draw in 2022. 

The side continue their autumn schedule with a meeting against the Australia team (w/e 9 November), before meeting South Africa (w/e 16 November) with the final game played to be played on the weekend of 23 November. 

Hospitality packages are on sale now and wider ticket details will be issued early in 2024.   

Kick-off times and precise dates will be confirmed in the coming weeks. 


Saturday 2 November – England v New Zealand   

W/E 9 November – England v Australia   

W/E 16 November – England v South Africa   

W/E 23 November – Opponent TBC 

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“A howler” – Four England players Steve Borthwick must drop, and who should replace them for quarter-final

#1. Jonny May

Telegraph 4/10: “May brought energy as ever but there was also the customary chaos. Out of position for Samoa’s second try, leaving Steward to scramble in vain.”

Rugby Pass 4/10: “It was his break that scattered the Samoan defence on 18 minutes in the lead-up to the infringement that gave Farrell his points record, but that was about it for him on the ball and he will instead be remembered for ineffectively clinging onto a leg of the tr-scoring Ah-Wong minutes later. England need a hurry up in this position, with May not looking the part.”

RUCK 4/10: “We’re uncertain why he continues to be selected over the lightning-fast Henry Arundell, Seemed to spend the whole afternoon running sideways”

Replacement: Henry Arundell