Six Nations groups to be joined by Fiji and Japan for competition of rugby changing autumn internationals

Event presently set to be performed between November 14 and December 5

Final Up to date: 27/07/20 5:24pm

Japan and Fiji would join the Six Nations sides to make up a tournament consisting of two pools of four teams

Japan and Fiji would be part of the Six Nations sides to make up a match consisting of two swimming pools of 4 groups

Fiji and Japan are set to affix the Six Nations groups for a competition of rugby, which can change this yr’s autumn internationals.

England have been imagined to play New Zealand, Argentina, Australia and Tonga at Twickenham in November however the coronavirus pandemic has compelled plans to be modified.

Particulars are nonetheless to be finalised however England are more likely to be in a four-team pool alongside Wales, Eire and Fiji, whereas Scotland, France, Italy and Japan would make up the opposite group.

After enjoying one another as soon as, the groups would play-off towards the corresponding-ranked facet within the different pool. The group winners will meet in a remaining at Twickenham.

England are set to play at Twickenham with organisers hoping fans will be able to attend in some capacity

England are set to play at Twickenham with organisers hoping followers will be capable of attend in some capability

England would play Eire and Fiji at Twickenham with the venue for the Wales sport nonetheless to be determined.

The match is pencilled in to be performed between November 14 and December 5.

With county cricket already trialling crowds in grounds, organisers hope followers can be allowed to attend matches in order that unions can restrict their losses.