2019 Rugby Internationals
Wales take on England at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday, August 17. Kick-off is at 15h15.
The two teams recently met in a test match at the Twickenham Stadium in London on Sunday, August 11.
The match ended in a 33-19 victory in favour of England and Wales will be looking for revenge.
Meanwhile, South Africa are set to face Argentina in the Castle Lager Incoming Test match at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium on Saturday, August 17. Kick-off is at 17h05.
The two sides clashed in the 2019 Rugby Championship at the Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena in Salta on Saturday, August 10.
South Africa emerged 46-13 winners and they also clinched the Rugby Championship.
Lastly, New Zealand will tackle Australia in the Bledisloe Cup match at the Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday, August 17. Kick-off is at 09h35.
The two rugby giants met in the 2019 Rugby Championship at the Optus Stadium in Perth on Saturday, August 10.
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Australia ran out 47-26 winners against New Zealand, who will be seeking vengeance.
Key match stats
Wales vs England – Head-to-Head, all competitions
Matches played - 133
Wales wins - 58
England wins - 63
Draws - 12
South Africa vs Argentina – Head-to-Head, all competitions
Matches played - 29
South Africa wins - 25
Argentina wins - 3
Draws - 1
New Zealand vs Australia – Head-to-Head, all competitions
Matches played - 165
New Zealand wins - 144
Australia wins - 44
Draws - 7
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