Eddie Jones’ England are back in action this weekend as they host New Zealand at Twickenham on Saturday.
Having just beaten South Africa in a thrilling game last weekend, England will look to spring a surprise against the World’s No.1 team.
Here’s everything you need to know about the clash between the Red Rose and the All Blacks…
What time is kick-off?
The match at Twickenham gets underway at 3pm on Saturday, November 10.
Is the game on TV?
Yes, the game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports’ Main Event and Action channels.
Coverage starts at 2:30pm on the former and at 2pm on the latter.
Who is the referee?
Frenchman Jerome Garces will oversee proceedings at Twickenham this weekend.
He will be assisted by Jaco Peyper and Marius Mitrea, while South African Marius Jonker is the TMO.
Chris Ashton makes his first England start for four years as one of three changes from the side that beat South Africa 12-11 the previous weekend.
Ashton lines-up on the right wing in place of Jack Nowell.
The 31-year-old has amassed 40 caps in an international career interrupted by suspension, falling out of favour with successive England coaches and a season-long spell in Toulon.
Nowell drops to the bench but there is no place for Manu Tuilagi despite his recovery from the groin strain that ruled him out against the Springboks.
The two other changes see Ben Moon come in for Alec Hepburn at loosehead prop and Sam Underhill replaces Tom Curry, who has been ruled out of the remainder of the autumn by an ankle injury.
New Zealand have picked their strongest available team, including a centre pairing of Sonny Bill Williams and Jack Goodhue.
The hard-running Crusaders duo will start together for the All Blacks for only the second time after Goodhue recovered from glandular fever, forcing Ryan Crotty on to the bench.
Prop Joe Moody suffered a cut eye in training, so Karl Tu’inukuafe takes his place in the front row of a side led by number eight Kieran Read and directed by Beauden Barrett at fly-half.
England: Elliot Daly; Chris Ashton, Henry Slade, Ben Te’o, Jonny May; Owen Farrell (co-capt), Ben Youngs (Leicester); Ben Moon, Dylan Hartley (co-capt), Kyle Sinckler, Maro Itoje, George Kruis, Brad Shields, Sam Underhill, Mark Wilson.
Replacements: Jamie George, Alec Hepburn, Harry Williams, Charlie Ewels, Courtney Lawes, Danny Care, George Ford, Jack Nowell (Exeter).
New Zealand: Damian McKenzie; Ben Smith, Jack Goodhue, Sonny Bill Williams, Rieko Ioane; Beauden Barrett, Aaron Smith; Kieran Read (Capt), Ardie Savea, Liam Squire, Brodie Retallick, Sam Whitelock, Owen Franks, Codie Taylor, Karl Tu’inukuafe.
Replacements: Dane Coles, Ofa Tu’ungafasi, Nepo Laulala, Scott Barrett, Matt Todd, TJ Perenara, Richie Mo’unga, Ryan Crotty.
What are the latest betting odds?
(Odds courtesy of Sky Bet, correct at time of publishing)
England win 7/2
New Zealand win 1/6
What other games are on this weekend?
Ireland face Argentina at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium, with kick-off in that one taking place at 6:30pm.
Elsewhere, Italy take on Georgia at the Stadio Artemio Franchi in Florence while France battle it out with South Africa at the Stade de France.