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Eddie Jones has challenged England to complete a clean sweep against Dee Milliner Jersey New Zealand, Australia and South Africa next November after a date was finally set for a first match against the All Blacks in four years. Having failed in March to shoehorn a match with the All Blacks into this autumn’s schedule, the Rugby Football Union onWednesday announced England’s 2018 fixture list, which includes the visit of New Zealand on 10 November, with Australia, South Africa and Japan also due at Twickenham. England have not played New Zealand since a defeat in November 2014 capped a run of five losses to the All Blacks within 12 months. They last beat the world champions when Manu Tuilagi inspired a 38-21 victory in 2012. But after a run of 19 wins from 20 matches under Jones, and with 15 England players taking part in the British & Irish Lions’ series draw in New Zealand over the summer, next November’s match is an eagerly-anticipated showdown. Guardian Australia sport newsletter: subscribe by email Read more “We want to win that series 4-0 and we will need to play extremely well to beat four very good teams,” said Jones. “Over the next year we need to continue to develop a bulletproof side, that can find ways to win in matches, and we will have to work hard and be smart in what we do to bridge the gap between us and the All Blacks.” England’s 2016 autumn campaign, against Argentina, Samoa and Australia, begins on 11 November and this year it was revealed the RFU had attempted to hijack the Barbarians’ match against New Zealand at Twickenham on 4 November. The All Blacks decided to honour their fixture with the invitational side despite what is believed to be a lucrative offer from the RFU, meaning next year’s meeting will be the last between the world’s top-ranked two teams before the 2019 World Cup. “Our ambition is to be the No1 team in the world going into the 2019 World Cup in Japan,” added Jones. “The series will give us a really good indicator of where we are as a squad, a year out.” Meanwhile, England’s Anthony Watson has recovered from the left arm injury he suffered against Saracens last Saturday and is set to feature for Bath against Northampton on Friday. Jones will be a keen observer with the openside flanker Sam Underhill, who won his first England cap in June, making his first start for Bath. “[Since the Lions] Anthony’s taken his game to a whole new level, on the field and off the field,” said the Bath director of rugby, Todd Blackadder. “The gas he has- he’s got a great kicking game and with a little bit of space he’s unstoppable.” Northampton have confirmed that the South African back-row Heinrich Brussow will join the club in January. Brussow, 31, won his last Springboks cap in 2015, has been signed as a replacement for Louis Picamoles, who left Northampton for Montpellier in the summer for a record transfer fee, understood to be £1.3mMining magnate Andrew Forrest has launched the new Indo Pacific Rugby Championship to kick off next year. Forrest is in negotiations with the Australian Rugby Union to ensure players who compete in his competition will also be eligible to play Super Rugby and represent the Wallabies. The billionaire’s actions come after his beloved Western Force were cut from Super Rugby. He hopes to have six teams in the competition, which is expected to start early next August. Western Force may be headed to Asia as Hong Kong backs rebel competition Read more Forrest said it would be in the ARU’s best interests to allow Wallabies players to feature in the new competition as well as Super Rugby. Late last month, Forrest called on Cameron Clyne to resign over the ARU chairman’s decision to axe the Force. But the pair had since made up, and Forrest said his discussions with the ARU about the new Indo Pacific competition had been positive. “There’s been a fair bit of water under the bridge with Cameron and I,” Forrest said. “We had a frank and friendly discussion when he was here recently. “We were cast as adversaries. We did not agree with the cancelling of this magnificent team [Western Force]. “In that adversarial form, we did have to go a little toe to toe. But now with the Western Force becoming an international team … there should be nothing but collaboration on behalf of Australian rugby.” The ARU confirmed it was in discussions with Forrest. “ARU is involved in collaborative discussions with Andrew Forrest and his Minderoo team and we look forward to continuing these discussions over the coming weeks,” Clyne said in a statement. “We do not wish to comment on the specifics of any proposed new competitions while these discussions are at a preliminary stage. ARU remains committed to maintaining Pierre Pilote Womens Jersey a strong rugby presence in Western Australia and will explore all options in this regard

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