Competition Dates: 04/02/2017 - 18/03/2017
6 Teams, 6 Venues, 15 Matches to be played
The All Blacks enter their final engagement of an eventful year clinging to a long-playing record of just one Test defeat in the British Isles during the last 15 years, England at Twickenham in 2012.
The 2018 Women's Six Nations is just around the corner and this has been a busy autumn for all involved.
The second weekend of games in the autumn more than lived up to its billing.
England laid down a marker at Twickenham with a record 30-6 win over Australia while a much-changed Wales side battled past Georgia and Ireland saw off Fiji.
The second round of the November Tests takes place this weekend with every team from the NatWest 6 Nations in action.
Iain Balshaw, Mike Tindall and Ben Cohen all made their England debuts on the same day back in February 2000 and the first two hold a unique place in rugby history as they were also housemates.
All six countries from the NatWest 6 Nations opened their November accounts over the weekend with a number of standout performances across the board.
Autumn international rugby is finally underway, and with every NatWest 6 Nations side in action on Saturday, preparations for this year's Championship began in earnest.
The autumn internationals begin this weekend and in the week that the Six Nations announced their new title sponsor of NatWest, the European nations have plenty to play for.
NatWest and Six Nations Rugby are proud to announce a one-year sponsorship agreement that will see NatWest take on the naming rights for the 2018 Six Nations Championship. The agreement will result in the 2018 Championship being named as the NatWest 6 Nations.
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