It's a real fest for Rugby Union home nations fans in the week commencing Saturday 25th November.
The fun kicks off on BBC One, Channel One on the BFBS TV platform as Scotland v Australia at Murrayfield. Gabby Logan presents the action live in Scotland's final autumn international of the season. Studio guests include Andy Nicol and the current Scotland captain John Barclay, while commentary is by Andrew Cotter, Chris Paterson and Andy Robinson.
Moving over to BBC Two, Channel Two on the BFBS TV platform, Wales v New Zealand. John Inverdale introduces live coverage from the Principality Stadium, Cardiff. This is head coach Warren Gatland's 11th attempt to beat the Kiwis, something a Wales side haven't managed since a 13-8 victory in 1953. Expert analysis comes from Martyn Williams, Jeremy Guscott, Doug Howlett and the injured Sam Warburton, while commentary is by Eddie Butler, Brian Moore and Jonathan Davies.
Following hard on the heels of the Welsh match, there's highlights of England v Samoa at Twickenham. England have never lost a Test to the Samoans and are looking to improve on their 28-9 victory three years ago. With commentary by Chris Jones and Mike Tindall.
The rugby continues on BFBS Sport as England Women meet Canada Women at Twickenham in the third and final match in their series.
And team England are in action again later in the week, this time, football, BBC Two, Tuesday 29th November. Gabby Logan presents live coverage of England's World Cup Qualifier with Kazakhstan at Colchester's Weston Homes Community Stadium. With commentary by Jonathan Pearce and former England international Sue Smith.
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