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England, All Blacks may meet in 2017

  • 15 Mar 2017
Beauden Barrett against England in 2014 Beauden Barrett against England in 2014

The Rugby Football Union plans to re-arrange its fixture list to ensure that England play the All Blacks in November.

According to Sky Sports, the world's top two ranked teams could meet at Twickenham on 4 November.

England would then play Argentina, Australia and Samoa over the next three Saturdays, with the All Blacks taking on France, Scotland and Wales.

England have currently won a record-equalling 18 consecutive Tests, but have not played New Zealand in that streak.

OPINION: All Blacks still have edge over England

Photo: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

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