By Will Kelleher For The Daily Mail
Published: 22:06 BST, 7 May 2020 | Updated: 22:06 BST, 7 May 2020
England's route to the next World Cup is set to involve tours to North America and Australia, it can be revealed.
Sportsmail can reveal the full schedule planned for Eddie Jones's side until 2023, in which they are set to face the All Blacks twice, possibly three times, all at Twickenham.
As agreed long before coronavirus shut down the sport the idea next summer is that England will tour the USA and Canada while the Lions are in South Africa, with Wales in Argentina, Scotland in Europe and Ireland in the Pacific Islands.
England are set to face the All Blacks twice, possibly three times, all at Twickenham
Sportsmail can reveal the full schedule planned for Eddie Jones's England side until 2023
And in 2022, the year before the French World Cup, Jones is due to finalise his plans for the tournament in his homeland of Australia – which could be the last of the traditional three-Test tours if plans for a new Nations League drastically alter the future