Warren is watching

Warren Gatland will be out and about this month running his eye over likely contenders for his British & Irish Lions squad to tour Hong Kong and Australia next summer. [more]

Warren is watching

Warren Gatland will be out and about this month running his eye over likely contenders for his British & Irish Lions squad to tour Hong Kong and Australia next summer.

The Lions head coach will kick-off the opening weekend of the November international window with a trip to Dublin to see Ireland face the Springboks on Saturday and will then fly to Edinburgh to catch Scotland's game against the world champion All Blacks.

The following weekend he will be at Twickenham to see England host the Australians before he gets back into a track suit to take charge of Wales for their two Tests against New Zealand and Australia.

It promises to be a busy month for coaches and players alike and it you fancy watching the action with them, here’s a list of all the major internationals taking place in November and December.

Date Game Venue Kick off (GMT)
       
Fri, Nov 9 Russia v USA Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay 6pm
  Canada v Samoa Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay 8pm
       
Sat, Nov 10 Romania v Japan Bucharest 1pm
  Italy v Tonga Brescia 2pm
  England v Fiji Twickenham 2.30pm
  Wales v Argentina Millennium Stadium 2.30pm
  Ireland v South Africa Aviva Stadium 5.30pm
  France v Australia Stade de France 8pm
       
Sun, Nov 11 Scotland v New Zealand Murrayfield 2.30pm
       
Fri, Nov 16 Wales v Samoa Millennium Stadium 7.30pm
       
Sat, Nov 17 Georgia v Japan Tiblisi 11am
  Italy v New Zealand Rome 2pm
  England v Australia Twickenham 2.30pm
  Scotland v South Africa Murrayfield 2.30pm
  Canada v Russia Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay 6pm
  Tonga v USA Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay 8pm
  France v Argentina Lille 8pm
       
Sat, Nov 24 Georgia v Fiji Tiblisi  
  Romania v USA Bucharest  
  Ireland v Argentina Aviva Stadium 2pm
  Italy v Australia Firenze 2pm
  England v South Africa Twickenham 2.30pm
  Scotland v Tonga Pittodrie, Aberdeen 3pm
  France v Samoa Stade de France 5pm
  Wales v New Zealand Millennium Stadium 5.15pm
       
Sat, Dec 1 England v New Zealand Twickenham 2.30pm
  Wales v Australia Millennium Stadium 2.30pm

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