All Blacks Make HUGE Decision On Upcoming November Series Tour

Staying put.

New Zealand Rugby (NSR) has decided that the All Blacks will not travel north in the Autumn for their yearly November series tour, according to a report by the Rugby Paper.

The two-time World Champions are currently scheduled to face England, Wales and Scotland in November but are set to instead face neighbours Australia in a four-match series.

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New Zealand recently announced that rugby would be returning to their country next month behind closed tours but in terms of opening their borders in an out – they are in absolutely no rush.

The home unions, who are already struggling financially, stand to lose around £20m between them if the All Blacks don’t travel – although even if they did, live crowds would be unlikely.