It's November and that can mean only one thing: the Autumn Internationals are here! Watch as the four home unions – England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales compete against the southern hemisphere big guns in this festival of rugby.
All of the England games are available on Sky Player via your computer browser, if you have a Sky Subscription, whereas all the other home nations games will be shown on BBC1 and BBC 2 throughout November.
Scotland face All Blacks at Murrayfield Sat 18th November 2017 5:15pm On BBC2
Cornell du Preez will make his first start for the Scots after being included in Gregor Townsend's side to face the All Blacks at Murrayfield.
Du Preez is one of two changes made by Townsend due to injuries, with Zander Fagerson also coming into the side that beat Samoa 44-38 last weekend, with WP Nel and Ryan Wilson out through injury.
Luke Hamilton and Byron McGuigan could make their first appearances from the bench after they were included for the first time, while Grant Gilchrist and Simon Berghan were also named on the bench with Chris Harris bing dropped.
Tim Swinson misses out after suffering a hand injury that will keep him out of the remainder of the autumn international matches.
Tommy Seymour keeps his spot in an all-Glasgow back-line despite suffering a toe injury last weekend, and will line up as the Dark Blues look to secure a first-ever win over the All Blacks.
Head coach Townsend said: "The players are looking forward to getting back out on the pitch after last weekend's high-scoring match against Samoa, which highlighted a few areas we've sought to improve this week at training.
"The task of facing New Zealand is one of the biggest challenges in sport and one that our players relish. They have been in brilliant form this season and continue to set very high standards whenever they play
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