Here are the 2017 Autumn Internationals fixtures, featuring all the top teams from world rugby.We'll update this page with the other fixtures, as well as kick-off times (all in GMT), when they are known.Date Time Home Score Away Venue Tickets4/11/2017 15:00 Barbarians - New Zealand Twickenham4/11/2017 TBC Japan - Australia Yokohoma Stadium11/11/2016 14:30 England - Argentina Twickenham11/11/2017 14:30 Ireland - South Africa Aviva Stadium11/11/2017 14:30 Scotland - Samoa Murrayfield11/11/2017 17:15 Wales - Australia Millennium Stadium11/11/2017 TBC France - New Zealand Stade de France18/11/2017 14:30 England - Australia Twickenham18/11/2017 14:30 Wales - Georgia Millennium Stadium18/11/2017 17:15 Scotland - New Zealand Murrayfield18/11/2017 17:30 Ireland - Fiji Aviva Stadium18/11/2017 TBC France - South Africa Stade de France18/11/2017 TBC Italy - Argentina Florence25/11/2017 14:30 England - Samoa Twickenham25/11/2017 14:30 Scotland - Australia/td> Murrayfield25/11/2017 17:15 Wales - New Zealand Millennium Stadium25/11/2017 17:30 Ireland - Argentina Aviva
Michael Cheika has named the Australia side to take on England this weekend.1. Scott Sio (29 Tests) 2. Stephen Moore (c) (116 Tests) 3. Sekope Kepu (76 Tests) 4. Kane Douglas (30 Tests) 5. Rob Simmons (70 Tests) 6. David Pocock (65 Tests) 7. Michael Hooper (64 Tests) 8. Lopeti Timani (5 Tests) 9. Nick Phipps (51 Tests) 10.
Scotland finished off the dessert of their autumn three course meal with a comfortable win against an improving but overmatched Georgia side on Saturday. They now retire to loosen their waistband for a couple of months before an imposing looking fixture against the new darlings of the Northern Hemisphere, Ireland.
25 players have been retained by England to prepare for Saturday’s final Old Mutual Wealth Series game against Australia at Twickenham Stadium.Forwards (14) Dave Attwood (Bath Rugby) Dan Cole (Leicester Tigers) Charlie Ewels (Bath Rugby) Jamie George (Saracens) Teimana Harrison (Northampton Saints) Dylan Hartley (Northampton Saints) Nathan Hughes (Wasps) George Kruis (Saracens) Courtney Lawes (Northampton Saints) Joe Marler (Harlequins)