England vs Black Ferns Rugby
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England vs Black Ferns is an upcoming test rugby match between the best team of all time. Black Ferns are considered the most dangerous women’s team in rugby. And the only team that can stop them is England aka Red Rose.

It’s a clash to chase for a throne of rugby. Whoever wins the game will get the number one position on the ranking board. So, both New Zealand and England are will come up on the field with their best and the duel of these two will be an epic battle.

Here we prepare an article about the England vs Black Ferns rugby match. We will talk about match live stream, TV info, possible lineup, previous history, what’s been said, when, where, and some other facts that you may enjoy.





Venue: Sandy Park, Exeter

TV Channel: Sky Sports NZ 1, BBC Two



PM/UK Time

Click Here To Live Stream on FloRugby

When and Where is Red Rose vs Black Ferns Rugby Match?

Red Rose vs New Zealand is set to play on October 31, Sunday at 2.30 PM UK time and in NZ time the match will begin at 3.30 AM.

The match will take place at Sandy Park located in Exeter, England.

How to Watch England vs Black Ferns Live Stream Online?

  • UK: BBC Two (TV), Sky Sports Go (Live Stream)
  • New Zealand: Sky Sports NZ 1 (TV), Sky Sports Go (Live Stream)
  • USA: FloRugby (Live Stream)

The England vs Black Ferns live stream is available on Sky Sports and on FloRugby.

Fans from the UK can watch the New Zealand vs England rugby match with BBC Two channel on TV. They can also choose the Sky Sports channel for watching on TV.

And New Zealand rugby followers will have Sky Sports NZ 1 channel where they can watch the whole match.

Both in New Zealand and the UK, Sky Sports Go will broadcast the live streaming of the Red Rose vs Black Ferns match.

And Rugby fans from the USA can live steam the match with FloRugby. The subscription to FloRugby will cost 29.5 dollars per month.

Hope you got this mentioned channel from your region. If in any case, you face a problem then install a free VPN, and then you can enjoy the match from anywhere you want.

Lineups of Black Ferns vs Red Rose Rugby Match:

Here is the potential lineup of the New Zealand vs England women’s rugby test match.

Black Ferns:

Renee Holmes; Renee Wickliffe, Stacey Fluhler, Chelsea Alley, Ayesha Leti-I’iga; RuaheiDemant, Kendra Cocksedge; Pip Love, Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate, Aleisha Pearl Nelson, Eloise Blackwell, Kelsie Wills, Alana Bremner, Les Elder (captain), DhysFaleafaga.

Red Roses:

Ellie Kildunne; Lydia Thompson, Holly Aitchison, Amber Reed, Abby Dow; Zoe Harrison, Claudia MacDonald; Hannah Botterman, Lark Davies, Sarah Bern, Poppy Cleall, Abbie Ward, Zoe Aldcroft, Marlie Packer, Sarah Hunter (captain).

Preview and Previous History:

England is the worst enemy of New Zealand women’s rugby. The Black Ferns played more than a quarter of their test against England. New Zealand teams got the victory over the team Red Rose most of the time but they always had to deal with a lot of pressure whenever the match is against England. This will be the 100th match of Black Ferns and they are facing England.

In the past, these two total meet 27 times in test matches. New Zealand won 18 times and draw one. Their last match also took place in the same venue and in that match New Zealand defeated the Red Rose team by 28-13. And before that, the great loss for England came in 2017 when they lost a match in the world cup final against Black Ferns.

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What’s been said?

In recent days, England terms are doing a hell of a job. In the match against Team New Zealand, Red Roses are very calm. They will try new players in the match. The head coach Middleton says, “We’re really starting to see some of our youngsters mature into fine players and this autumn series is a great opportunity for them to stake a claim for the World Cup.”

On the other hand, New Zealand coach Glenn Moore is also very optimistic about the upcoming match. He will also use newcomers in the match. He said, “We’ve had some really good talent coming through back in New Zealand and the players we have brought into our environment have stepped up and I think those that debut this weekend will all make an impact on the game.”


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