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With very little time to bask in the glory of another Six Nations title, England are already gearing up for a new-look tournament in which they'll face some very familiar foes.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to cause chaos to a normally hectic rugby calendar, the games governing bodies have had to compromise.
November is often a busy month when European nations traditionally host the best sides the Southern Hemisphere has to offer.
However, with global travel facing numerous obstacles at the moment, World Rugby has had to adapt. Enter the Autumn Nations Cup.
In place of the traditional November internationals, the Autumn Nations Cup will see the usual Six-Nations sides welcome Fiji and Georgia into the mix to play out a hotly contested four-week tournament shown on Amazon Prime.
Dividing the eight nations into two pools, England find themselves grouped with Georgia, Ireland and Wales. Group B consists of France, Scotland, Italy and Fiji.
The tournament’s structure is simple – each team faces the other teams in their group once by the end of the third weekend.
Determined by the group standings going into the final weekend, each side will then play the team ranked in the same position as them in the opposite group.
First place in Group A, plays first place in Group B for example. The teams below them will battle it out to determine who finishes second, third, fourth and so on.
England's opening match in Group A comes on Saturday when they face Georgia.
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With 16 matches in total across the whole tournament, England’s first taste of action comes on Saturday when they face Georgia in Group A inside an empty Twickenham Stadium at 3pm.
It's the second of two matches being played on Saturday, following on from Italy vs Scotland in Group B which starts at 12.45pm.
On Sunday the other Group B clash between France and Fiji gets underway at 3.15pm.
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Coverage of England’s opening game will be shown live on Amazon Prime.
The tech giant will be showing almost every match of the tournament, including the tournament's final tie on Sunday December 6. The only exceptions are Ireland's group games, which will be on Channel 4.
Ireland vs England on November 21 will be shown by both Amazon and Channel 4.