All Blacks Make HUGE Decision On Upcoming November Series Tour
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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.
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.