REVEALED | England’s fixtures up until 2023 Rugby World Cup

The Mail Online has revealed England’s full route through the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.

2020

  • Japan (a) – October
  • Japan (a) – October
  • Italy (h) – October
  • New Zealand (h) – November 7th
  • Argentina (h) – November 14th
  • Tonga (h) – November 21st
  • Australia (h) – November 28th
Israel Folau of Australia is tackled by Henry Slade of England during the Quilter International Match between England and Australia at Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, London on November 24th 2018, (Photo: Cameron Geran/PPAUK)

2021

  • Scotland (h) – February 6th
  • Italy (h) – February 13th
  • Wales (a) – February 27th
  • France (h) – March 13th
  • USA (a) – July
  • Canada. (a) July
  • Australia (h) – November
  • South Africa (h) – November
  • Tier 2 side(h) – November
  • New Zealand (h) – November

2022

  • Six Nations – February & March
  • Australia (a) – July
  • Australia (a) – July
  • Australia (a) – July
  • Argentina (h) – November
  • Tier 2 side (h) – November
  • New Zealand (h) – November

2023

  • Six Nations – February & March
  • World Cup warm-ups – three or four tests, July – September
  • RUGBY WORLD CUP

RANKED | The 7 fastest England players of all-time

One of the questions every fan asks is who’s the fastest England player of all-time? Check out the top 7 ranked below…

7. RORY UNDERWOOD – England – 11.5 SECONDS (100m)

The speedster on the double Grand Slam-winning side of the early 1990s as well as England’s highest try scorer, with 49, and a player of undeniable attacking class. Many of his tries for England are classics of the game.The RAF fighter pilot was as quick on the ground as he was in the air.

6. UGO MONYE – England – 11.2 SECONDS (100m)

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