CONFIRMED | England’s Autumn Internationals fixtures

England Senior Men will play four matches, including three Quilter Internationals, as part of a new Autumn Nations Cup.

England’s Autumn Internationals fixtures

QUILTER CUP 2020

Sunday 25 October 2020: England v Barbarians, KO 14:00 GMT, Twickenham Stadium (LIVE on Sky Sports Arena)

GUINNESS SIX NATIONS 2020 

Saturday 31 October 2020: Italy v England KO 16:45 GMT, Stadio Olimpico, Rome (LIVE on ITV)

ENGLAND MEN 2020 QUILTER INTERNATIONALS AS PART OF THE AUTUMN NATIONS CUP  

Saturday 14 November 2020: England v Georgia KO 15:00 GMT, Twickenham Stadium 
Saturday 21 November 2020: England v Ireland KO 15:00 GMT, Twickenham  
Saturday 28 November 2020: Wales v England KO 16:00 GMT, venue TBC 
Sunday 6 December 2020: England v TBC KO 14:00 GMT, Twickenham Stadium 


England Legend Jonny Wilkinson Names His Five Best Fly-Halves Of All-Time

When picking his all-time dream team of players he’s played with or against, England legend Jonny Wilkinson listed his five favourite fly-halves from down the years.

“This is the key position for any World Cup winning team,” revealed Wilkinson

“You need guys that are going to lead and continue to do so right to the final seconds when it gets very, very tough.

“I can’t just pick one.”

The group boasts four Rugby World Cup winners, and between them the five have amassed 553 points.

Each individual played their part in their countries’ successes and all possessed the qualities to take the pivotal spot in the team.

1. Michael Lynagh (Australia)

For a decade from his debut in 1984 to his international retirement in 1995, former Wallaby Skipper Lynagh was one of the most distinguishable players in World Rugby. After 72 internationals, he had set a new point-scoring record of 911, which is still an Australia record. He was an important member of the side that won the 1991 World Cup in England, but retired from International Rugby after Australia’s loss to England in the quarter-final of the 1995 Rugby World Cup.

Did you know: His son, Louis Lynagh, currently plays for Harlequins academy and has represented England U18

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