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The pre-winter internationals are almost upon us and the majority of the Six Nations sides are getting ready for what are turning out to be urgent crusades.

With the 2019 Six Nations Championship practically around the bend – and in season that finishes with a Rugby World Cup – there is bounty to play for, and a lot of chance for players to demonstrate that they have what it takes to contend in Rugby’s Greatest Championship.

Current Grand Slam champions Ireland could go to No.1 on the planet if certain outcomes go their direction, while Warren Gatland’s Wales are hoping to enhance their record against southern half of the globe resistance.

There is additionally the Doddie Weir Cup between Six Nations rivals Scotland and Wales, Eddie Jones’ England hoping to return to winning routes at home and imperative installations for both France and Italy.

Here’s a full nation by nation breakdown of what’s in store.


November 3 – Ireland v Italy – 20:00 – Soldier Field, Chicago

November 10 – Ireland v Argentina – 18:30 – Aviva Stadium

November 17 – Ireland v New Zealand – 19:00 – Aviva Stadium

November 24 – Ireland v USA – 18:30 – Aviva Stadium

The Grand Slam champions have move to No.2 on the planet and face an all around adjusted fall plan.

First up is an arrival to Chicago, the site of their well known prevail upon New Zealand in 2016, and a conflict with their Six Nations matches Italy – a group they have not lost to in five years.

Fall worldwide review: Ireland

Argentina were likewise dispatched in the 2017 harvest time and they open up the Aviva Stadium fall conflicts before the enormous one in week 3 and the All Blacks.

No Ireland group has ever beaten New Zealand on home soil however Joe Schmidt’s side have not lost so far this year and will tingle give the twofold title holders a genuine test before balancing the battle at home to USA.


November 3 – Wales v Scotland – 14:45 – Principality Stadium

November 10 – Wales v Australia – 17:20 – Principality Stadium

November 17 – Wales v Tonga – 14:30 – Principality Stadium

November 24 – Wales v South Africa – 17:20 – Principality Stadium

Grains have appeared to have returned to their best so far in 2018.

Just Ireland and England have beaten them – yet barely on the two events – and in the late spring they brought down South Africa and Argentina (twice).

They are dependent upon No.3 on the planet and – with Scotland initially up in a re-match of the conflict in Cardiff from March that Wales won liberally – look set for a significant pre-winter.

New faces like Jonah Holmes and Josh Morgan may have stolen the features however the attempted and tried like Alun Wyn Jones, Justin Tipuric and Jonathan Davies are back fit and terminating.

Harvest time global see: Wales

What’s more, with new faces from the mid year like Ellis Jenkins squeezing for diversion time, Wales will plan to end their losing raced to Australia at 13.

They have additionally beaten the Springboks three times in succession and keeping in mind that in 2018 the Boks seem, by all accounts, to have returned to their best – Warren Gatland and Wales enter November with certainty reestablished.

First day of camp for the Wales players. We can hardly wait for harvest time at @principalitysta…

– Welsh Rugby Union ? (@WelshRugbyUnion) October 22, 2018


November 3 – England v South Africa – 15:00 – Twickenham

November 10 – England v New Zealand – 15:00 – Twickenham

November 17 – England v Japan – 15:00 – Twickenham

November 24 – England v Australia – 15:00 – Twickenham

Britain have lost six of their last seven diversions under Jones – a long ways from the side that vanquished all before them in anchoring the 2016 and 2017 Six Nations.

Also, this pre-winter they confront the Big Three from the southern side of the equator at Twickenham where they have lost to Ireland and the Barbarians in their last two excursions.

A significant part of the emphasis has been on wounds for England with the Vunipola siblings, Chris Robshaw and Joe Launchbury all absent while Nathan Hughes is suspended.

Yet, that has earned reviews for Ben Morgan and Chris Ashton and with Saracens and Exeter Chiefs flying locally – there is a lot of cause for idealism.

November 10 – France v South Africa – 19:45 – Stade de France

November 17 – France v Argentina – 19:45 – Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille

November 24 – France v Fiji – 19:45 – Stade de France

Jacques Brunel’s first year in a charge has been a blended pack for France.

They asserted spiriting prevails upon both Italy and England in the Six Nations at home, also driving Ireland the distance in the Championship opener.

Be that as it may, out and about they went down to annihilations to Scotland and Wales and lost every one of the three summer Tests in New Zealand.

Fall universal see: France

Yet, with some old faces back in the squad this pre-winter like Camille Lopez, Morgan Parra and Louis Picamoles to combine with youthful ability like Antoine Dupont and Demba Bamba, Les Bleus could be a counterpart for anybody.

The Springboks have won four out of a column against Les Bleus over the most recent a year and keeping in mind that Wesley Fofana’s damage nonattendance is a blow, Brunel’s side will trust gain the high ground before going up against natural opponents Argentina and Fiji.

La tournée de novembre approche à grands pas pour le #XVdeFrance ! Les 3? premiers matches d’une série qui emmèneront les Bleus jusqu’à la ??? Roadster du Monde au Japon !

Tous troupe, #NeFaisonsXV !

?? Réservez vos billets ??

– FF Rugby (@FFRugby) October 23, 2018


November 3 – Wales v Scotland – 14:45 – Principality Stadium

November 10 – Scotland v Fiji – 14:30 – BT Murrayfield

November 17 – Scotland v South Africa – 17:20 – BT Murrayfield

November 24 – Scotland v Argentina – 14:30 – BT Murrayfield

Scotland’s home shape remains genuinely noteworthy.

They have not lost there in the Six Nations since the primary round of the 2016 Championship, brought down England recently, Australia last pre-winter and pushed the All Blacks harder than any time in recent memory.

Out and about they stay conflicting – including a pounding from Wales to commence the current year’s Six Nations.

In any case, they find the opportunity to retaliate for that this harvest time in the recently framed Doddie Weir Cup when they come back to Cardiff.

Pre-winter global see: Scotland

At that point it has returned to fortification BT Murrayfield for the visits of Fiji, South Africa and Argentina.

After a youthful summer squad brought down the Pumas yet lost to USA this late spring, back in come the serious canons like Finn Russell and Greig Laidlaw – also Jonny Gray who is on fine shape for Glasgow.

What’s more, with Edinburgh getting the attention in Europe so far this season – Gregor Townsend’s side seem all around set a year out from the Rugby World Cup.

Investigate day 2?? of camp in St Andrews ?? #AsOne

– Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam) October 23, 2018


November 3 – Ireland v Italy – 20:00 – Soldier Field, Chicago

November 10 – Italy v Georgia – 14:00 – Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence

November 17 – Italy v Australia – 14:00 – Stadio Euganeo, Padua

November 24 – Italy v New Zealand – 14:00 – Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Conor O’Shea’s side may have gone winless in the current year’s Six Nations however they have indicated genuine advancement.

Having pushed Scotland so close on Super Saturday, they at that point won the second trial of their mid year arrangement with Japan and return home this pre-winter seeking after additional.

New disclosures like Jake Polledri, Johan Meyer and Jimmy Tuivaiti – the last two who are yet to make their presentation – could be a genuine lift for the Azzurri.

Fall worldwide review: Italy

Be that as it may, installations against Ireland – in Chicago – Australia and New Zealand will be an imperative test and learning knowledge for O’Shea’s men.

Furthermore, the second of the four conflicts, against Georgia, is the kind of diversion they should look win to proceed with their upward direction.

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