England and South Africa have cleared their weekends in June to make sure they can get in three games of international rugby union as part of a three part series, the England summer tour of South Africa. And we'll tell you how to live stream every minute.
The first clash kicks-off at the Emirates Airline Park aka Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg on Saturday June 9 – followed by a game on Saturday 16 June at the Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein and finishing with a match on Saturday 23 June at DHL Newlands in Cape Town.
Expect England to start with hooker Jamie George as captain after Dylan Hartley was ruled out of the tour. He'll be joined by Lions and a Saracens team mates Mako Vunipola and Maro Itoje in the powerful England line-up. England last won a Test in South Africa in 2000 and Eddie Jones says: “We have an opportunity to create some history next month and win the Test series, something no England side has done before."
South Africa's Springboks took a lot of debut players to the field against Wales on June 2, losing 22-20. They won't too many more blemishes on their record with the rugby World Cup in Japan not much more than a year away.
You can watch all the action live using the handy guide below. We'll tell you how to watch, even if there's no dedicated broadcast in your country.
How to live stream the England vs South Africa rugby in the UK
How to live stream the England vs South Africa rugby in Australia
How to watch the England vs South Africa rugby in the US
Sorry US residents, we can't see that there's any live coverage at all of England vs South Africa in the US. None of the usual places like FloRugby or NBC are showing the test series. The only option available to you therefore is using a VPN it watch the games as if you were in another country.
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