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Two France-New Zealand, a remake of the 2019 World Cup final, a last chance for the Welsh not to finish fanny… To not miss anything of the last oval weekend of the tour, ask for the program.

Once again, it's going to overlap this Saturday on small screens.

The Blue will not be done with the Black Ferns in Castres that the English and the Springboks will enter the lawn of Twickenham to replay the final of the last World Cup, two years ago in Japan.

If this last Saturday occupied by the November tour begins with a Scotland-Japan which promises to be without much suspense but very removed, it will however be the last opportunity for the Welsh, beaten by New Zealand (54-16) then South Africa (23-18), not to finish their triptych against the big names of the southern hemisphere fanny by snatching at least one success.

In this case against Australia.

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The international window will close on Sunday with a fierce, even brutal, duel between the Irish, who will want to confirm their recent feat against the All Blacks, and the Argentines, eager to end their European tour in style.

Saturday 20 November

  • Scotland-Japan: 2 p.m., beIN Sports 3

  • Italy-Uruguay: 2 p.m.,

    not broadcast in France

  • France-New Zealand women: 3 p.m., France 2

  • England-South Africa: 4:15 p.m., L'Equipe

  • Wales-Australia: 6.30 p.m., beIN Sports 2

  • France-New Zealand: 9 p.m., France 2

Sunday November 21

  • Ireland-Argentina: 3:15 p.m., beIN Sports 2

Source: lefigaro

All sports articles on 2021-11-18

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