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New Zealand v England: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

Following a thrilling and tense battle in the first match of their Test series last weekend, New Zealand and England are set to go to battle once again on Saturday morning in Auckland.

The All Blacks came out on top in a 16-15 victory last time out, with tries coming from Sevu Reece and Ardie Savea as New Zealand won their first match since losing the World Cup final to South Africa last year.

Despite defeat, there were plenty of positives for Steve Borthwick and England to take, with the Red Rose being a missed Marcus Smith conversion away from success, and they will be hoping to build on this performance on Saturday.

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How to watch New Zealand v England and TV channel

New Zealand v England will be available to watch live in the UK and will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Action, Sky Sports Ultra and Sky Go.

New Zealand v England kick-off time, date and venue

New Zealand v England will take place on Saturday 13th July 2024 at Eden Park in Auckland, with kick-off due for 08:05 BST.

New Zealand v England stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

The All Blacks boast a far superior head-to-head record with 34 wins from their 44 total meetings in all competitions, including winning 14 of the 16 encounters held in New Zealand.

England have only ever won twice on New Zealand soil and the most recent of these came in 2003, when the Red Rose edged a 15-13 victory at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.

New Zealand v England head-to-head record (H2H)

New Zealand wins




England wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions

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New Zealand v England team news

New Zealand team news

New Zealand coach Scott Robertson could make changes at fly-half after Damian McKenzie kicked two from four last weekend, with Beauden Barrett in line to start if required.

England team news

Prop Joe Marler sustained a foot injury in last weekend’s defeat and will take no part in the rest of the tour, with uncapped Emmanuel Iyogun joining up with the squad as his replacement.

Iyogun may get a spot on the bench, while Borthwick is unlikely to mix things up at fly-half with Marcus Smith a certain starter ahead of namesake Fin.

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