Yes. Autumn international rugby matches are going to return yet again in November 2017. Prepare yourself to see the four home union – England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales – will fight against the southern hemisphere’s best teams. Autumn international Rugby tournament is celebrated like Christmas among the fans. Last years biggest winners are preparing to repeat the history whereas those who lost are busy in strengthening themselves for the revenge.
Will luck favour England again?
2016 was tremendously lucky for England as Eddie Jone’s boys managed to win four games all together that includes a great triumph over Australia and a victory against Argentina with a team of only 14 men – that makes them totally unbeaten through out the year and making them invincible. The last time when the team performed like this was in 2003 when they won Webb Ellis Cup.
Australia, however, cannot not be underestimated in any way possible. Even though 2016 went a little disappointing for them yet they are set to take against England at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 18th November’17. This will be the second of three autumn internationals to be played by England in 2017. England and Australia have contested a total of 48 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1909. England have won 22 of those matches, whilst Australia have won 25 matches. There has also been one drawn match between the two sides.
Will Micheal Hooper’s squad be able to take revenge against the squad of Eddie Jones or will the history repeat itself? – A question making thousands of fans restless!
When all you need is Rugby
England is all geared up and ready for the Autumn International Fixtures, hosting the Old Mutual Wealth Series 2017 matches at Twickenham. On the rise from a solid 2016 performance, England looks to bring some glory to the home field in three riveting matches against the Australians, Argentinians, and Samoans. 2017 Rugby ticketing packages can be found for single day and multiple day trips, depending on the fixture, but they are going quick. The games line up with England against Argentina, Australia, and the Samoans on Saturday 11, 18, and 25. Make sure you pick up your Rugby tickets before they are all gone!
Where the Green Meets the Grit
Knowing that the line-ups for the 2019 World Cup are in the air, Eddie Jones, coach for the England Rugby Union, is urging his team to push and conquer the competition via extreme physical fitness. Exemplifying Olympic athletes Roger Bannister and Usain Bolt, Jones hopes to inspire the England team to drive themselves and commit hard to physical excellence. By committing to pristine physical condition, Jones believes the England Rugby Team can dominate the Autumn International Fixtures!
Finding a Champion
Looking ahead at the World Cup, Coach Jones has been dispatching his staff far and wide in search of the best athletes in the world to really round out his training squad. Among these 37 men is the dominating Manu Tuilagi! Signed yesterday, August 5th, Manu Tuilagi is believed to be the centre point of Eddie Jones’s new physical dominance plan, and come November we will find out just how physical this England team has become.