Here’s What Time & What TV Channel All The Internationals Are On This Weekend
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Here we go again.
The November international series continues this weekend with another round of pulsating rugby action promised. Six games will be televised live on Saturday, with some absolute belters to look forward to.
Up first we’ve got Conor O’Shea’s Italy who will be looking to cause and upset and heap more misery on Argentina, who’ve had a terrible season by their standards. Los Pumas need a win to lift spirits, but Italy could very well nick this in their backyard.
Georgia take on Wales from 2.30pm in a huge game for the rising nation. A win here would no doubt help their case when it comes to getting into the Six Nations.
The tie of the weekend sees England host Australia, as Eddie Jones’ faces his biggest threat in recent memory. Australia are the form team in world rugby right now, and after last week, you wouldn’t bet against them pulling off a win this weekend.
World champions New Zealand face Scotland in the evening kick-off, with Ireland vs Fiji soon after. Scotland will need to improve on last weekend’s win over Samoa, while the All Blacks have looked vulnerable in recent weeks. Ireland meanwhile have made 13 changes for their fixture with Fiji, who have selected a side that included the likes of Nemani Nadolo and Leone Nakarawa.
Finally we have France hosting South Africa, with the former fresh after beating the latter to the 2023 Rugby World Cup. This should be a feisty one.
November Internationals, Saturday 18th
Italy vs Argentina, 2pm, Premier Sports
Wales vs Georgia, 2.30pm, BBC One
England vs Australia, 3pm, Sky Sports
Scotland vs NZ, 5.15, BBC 2/BT Sport 2
Ireland vs Fiji, 5.30pm, RTE 2/Sky Sports
France vs S Africa, 7.45pm, Premier Sports