What is it?
England vs New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup Semi Final, England's first in 12 years.
When is it?
It's on Saturday October 26 in Yokohoma.
What time is kick-off?
It will be a 9am BST kick-off.
What TV channel is it on?
How did England reach the semi-final?
England stormed into the World Cup semi finals with two tries for winger Jonny May, brilliant kicking by Owen Farrell and a superb defensive display driving them to a convincing 40-16 win over Australia.
England turned the game with two tries inside three minutes midway through the first half as May finished a good move for the first, then grabbed a second after Henry Slade intercepted on his own 22, galloped clear then cleverly kicked perfectly into the path of his galloping left winger.
Three Christiano Lealiifano penalties kept Australia in touch at 17-9 at the break and Marika Koroibete’s try soon after cut the lead to a point but prop Kyle Sinckler then blasted through and, and after Farrell's goalkicking stretched the lead, Anthony Watson finished it in style with a the fourth try.
It was England's seventh successive victory over their old rivals and made it three out of three in World Cup quarter-finals following their upset wins of 1995 and 2007.
Courtney Lawes vows that New Zealand will be able to fully identify England's players by the end of Saturday's World Cup semi-final in Yokohama.
All Blacks lock Brodie Retallick was on Monday forced to recall the moment he said 'Michael Laws' when he was asked which of Stuart Lancaster's 2014 tourists were known to him.
Michael Laws is a Kiwi politician and former Mayor of Whanganui and Retallick's failure to correctly name a single England player was perceived as a slight at the time.
Courtney - the Lawes Retallick was referring to - insists there will be no confusion over identities once battle at International Stadium Yokohama commences.
"If they don't know, then they will tomorrow (Saturday), it's just one of those things mate! We will just get on with it," Lawes said.
Retallick went on to be crowned world player of the year just months after making the gaff and he was visibly annoyed when asked to relive a moment that saw him propelled into the headlines.
"Is that supposed to be humorous? I made a mistake, called them the wrong name, the name of a New Zealand politician. Good on you," Retallick said.
"We have great respect for all the rugby players out there. We know who they are and we know what they're about. We look into every opponent going into the weekend."
How did New Zealand reach the semi-final?
New Zealand will face England in next Saturday's Rugby World Cup semi-finals after the All Blacks pummelled a flat Ireland 46-14 in Saturday's last-eight clash in Tokyo.
The three-times champions had lost two of their last three matches against the Irish, but Saturday's performance better reflected the All Black's overall record against the men in green which now stands at 29 wins to two defeats, with one match drawn.
After a tight opening 10 minutes, New Zealand flexed their peerless rugby muscles after which the result was never in doubt. The All Blacks ended with seven tries, the first two from scrumhalf Aaron Smith.
Certainly England will provide a better test for the holders, having earlier thrashed Australia 40-16 in the first quarter-final in Oita.
What are they saying?
"They obviously came back in the second half through an error with us, and then we had to find ourselves," said Jones, who was delighted with the way England responded to the Marika Koroibete try that brought the Wallabies back within one point.
"It was one of those 'bring it on' moments, where you decide whether to stick at it or you go individual. We stuck it out and I thought it was brilliant."
What are the latest odds?
- England win - 9/4
- New Zealand win - 4/9
What is our prediction?
New Zealand's ominous performance against Ireland will have shown England the enormous challenge that lies ahead. England should be competitive but New Zealand have too much firepower.
New Zealand by 9