England vs New Zealand rugby: TV Channel, kick-off time, live stream and team news – Manchester Evening News

England face their toughest challenge of the Autumn Nations Series so far as they host the All Blacks at Twickenham on Saturday evening after beating Japan last weekend.
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England's Autumn Nations campaign has so far been a tale of contrasting fortunes, with an opening defeat to Argentina before a win against Japan last weekend.
The Argentina defeat was their first against Los Pumas at home since 2006 and saw Eddie Jones admit that his focus was too much on the World Cup in the build-up to the match. However, there was a resounding win against 2019 World Cup quarter finalists Japan to follow.
Now, they face the formidable challenge of three-time World Cup winners New Zealand, with the All Blacks having suffered a scare against Scotland last weekend. However, they still pose a formidable challenge with the performances of Ardie Savea in the back row particularly impressive.
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England have brought back Sale Sharks' Manu Tuilagi to start at outside centre, with Owen Farrell partnering him on what will be his 100th cap. Meanwhile, Marcus Smith keeps his place in the side at fly-half as Exeter's Sam Simmonds comes into the side at blindside flanker alongisde Billy Vunipola at Number 8.
Here is everything you need to follow the action:
The fixture between England and New Zealand takes place at Twickenham Stadium in London on Saturday, November 19 and kicks off at 5:30pm (GMT).
The match will not be available on terrestrial television and like the rest of the Autumn Internationals will be broadcast on Amazon Prime.
Prime members in UK (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) and Ireland can watch the 2022 Rugby Autumn Nation series on Prime Video for no additional fees.
Non-Prime members can start a 30-day free trial of Prime (£8.99/month or £95/year), or Prime Video subscription (£5.99/month).
England: Steward; Nowell, Tuilagi, Farrell (capt), May; Smith, Van Poortvliet; Genge, Cowan-Dickie, Sinckler, Itoje, Hill, Simmonds, Curry, Vunipola.
Replacements: George, M Vunipola, Stuart, Ribbans, Willis, Youngs, Porter, Slade
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