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10 years on from their final tour of New Zealand, England head to Auckland in hopes of an enchancment on the 3-0 sequence loss they endured in 2014.

The sequence may show to be Steve Borthwick’s greatest take a look at as head coach since taking the helm in December 2022, because it marks the primary time England face off in opposition to the All Blacks throughout his tenure.

When is the primary of the two-game of the sequence?

Borthwick’s aspect will open the sequence at Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday, July 6 at 8:05am (UK time).

The fixture comes only a month after the ultimate recreation of the Gallagher Premiership, amongst controversial participant welfare issues.

As beforehand reported by Telegraph Sport, Maro Itoje is about to interrupt the two,400 minute game-limit that was agreed between the Rugby Football Union, Premiership Rugby and the Rugby Players’ Association in 2018.

Where will the sport be performed?

The match will happen at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin. The All Blacks performed their inaugural Test on the stadium in 2012 in opposition to South Africa, with the house group profitable 21-11.

How can I watch the match?

There might be stay TV protection of the sport on Sky Sports, with build-up starting at 7:30am (UK time) on each Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action.

Alternatively, you may bookmark this web page and return on July 6 to observe Telegraph Sport’s stay weblog.

What is the England group information?

Notably Tom Curry received the call-up for this set of England fixtures, making his first look in an England shirt because the World Cup in opposition to Japan. The flanker has suffered with a troublesome rehabilitation interval following a hip damage which he himself described as a “car crash”.

He is joined by Immanuel Feyi-Waboso and Chandler Cunningham-South, two 21-year-olds who impressed significantly in England’s most up-to-date fixture in opposition to Japan.

Saracens lock Nick Isiekwe has been referred to as as much as change Charlie Ewels, after he obtained a two-match ban for his crimson card in opposition to Japan.