England's journey to next year's Rugby World Cup in France begins in earnest in November, with four crucial Autumn Internationals against Japan, Argentina, New Zealand and South Africa.
These games are of clear standalone importance but Eddie Jones will also know their value in terms of giving his young side experience against four of the top-10 ranked side in world rugby.
Who are England playing in the 2022 Autumn Internationals?
England are playing four matches in November, against Argentina, Japan, New Zealand and South Africa.
When are England's 2022 Autumn International matches?
England v Argentina, Sunday Nov 2, 2.15pm GMT, Twickenham Stadium
England v Japan, Saturday Nov 12, 3.15 GMT, Twickenham Stadium
England v New Zealand, Saturday Nov 19, 5.30pm GMT, Twickenham Stadium
England v South Africa, Saturday Nov 26, 5.30pm GMT, Twickenham Stadium
How do I watch England's Autumn International 2022 matches?
All four of England's Autumn Internationals will be broadcast live on the online streaming platform Amazon Prime. You can join Amazon Prime for £8.99 per month, with a cut rate of £4.99 available for students.
How do I buy tickets to the matches?
Tickets are not currently available for the matches against New Zealand or South Africa but limited tickets are still on sale for the both the Argentina and Japan matches. Visit englandrugby.com for more information.
Who is in England's squad?
Jones' final squad announcement for the Autumn Internationals is expected later in October.
Who are England's key players?
In the forwards, expect captain Courtney Lawes, Maro Itoje and Tom Curry to have a huge influence. Uncapped Saracens second row Hugh Tizard has received his first call-up and has been touted as a future star for his country.
In the backs, Eddie Jones will likely lean on the experience of Owen Farrell, along with veteran scrum half Ben Youngs. Manu Tuilagi is also likely to be involved provided he maintains his fitness, while the likes of Marcus Smith, Henry Arundell and Will Joseph will offer exciting cutting edge.
What happened last year?
England were involved in three Autumn Internationals last year. In their first match, they beat an overmatched Tonga 69-3 at Twickenham before putting in a superb display to beat Australia 32-15.
In the final match, England braced out to an early lead against South African before being pegged back by the visitors. The home side needed a last-minute penalty from Marcus Smith to come out with a 27-26 victory.
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