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Rugby Union: 2010 Autumn International Fixture List

The Rugby Union Autumn International schedule begins this weekend,  with England v New Zealand, Ireland v South Africa and Wales v Australia, but there are a number of additional games scheduled over the coming weeks, to 4th December 2010.

Below is the full 2010 Autumn International fixture list.

Rugby Union – Autumn Internaional 2010 Fixtures

Saturday 6th November 2010

  • England v New Zealand – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30
  • Ireland v South Africa – Kick-Off (GMT) 17:30
  • Wales v Australia – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30

Saturday 13th November 2010

  • England v Australia – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30
  • Ireland v Samoa – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30
  • Scotland v New Zealand – Kick-Off (GMT) 17:15
  • Wales v South Africa – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30

Friday 19th November 2010

  • Wales v Fiji – Kick-Off (GMT) 19:30

Saturday 20th November 2010

  • England v Samoa – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30
  • Ireland v New Zealand – Kick-Off (GMT) 17:30
  • Scotland v South Africa – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30

Saturday 27th November 2010

  • England v South Africa – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30
  • Scotland v Samoa – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30
  • Wales v New Zealand – Kick-Off (GMT) 17:15

Sunday 28th November 2010

  • Ireland v Argentina – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30

Saturday 4th December 2010

  • Barbarians v South Africa – Kick-Off (GMT) 14:30

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  1. great to see andrew back for england nz eill be smarting after there defeat by ausie i see no reason why england should not win hopefully we wont get a biased referee as the the league boys did dont be lulled into playing nz at thier own game wich is rugby league stile england should play to its strenghts /denigh the oposition the ball and kick for position play in their half as much as posible the nz ers have come for war not sport keep that in mind

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