RugbySummer Internationals 2022: Fixture, How to Watch and Events

Summer Internationals 2022: Fixture, How to Watch and Events

Summer Internationals 2022 starts on May 24 with the best Rugby playing nations of the world.

The event is held in the Southern Hemisphere each year, and we will be seeing some talented Rugby players throughout the series.

There had been a huge break in the sport due to COVID 9 pendamic. Some teams couldn’t continue their practice well, we saw the reflection of that in the Six Nations.

This will be a great chance for the teams for preparing themselves for the upcoming Rugby World Cup in France.

England will have a tour to Argentina in the Summer Internationals 2022 series. We will see Wales playing South Africa and Ireland vs New Zealand. There will be also a match between Japan and France in the series.

Here you will get all information about the event.

When is Summer Internationals 2022?

The series starts on May 24, 2022, and will end on July 23, 2022.

Summer Internationals 2022 Fixture:

Events Date
England vs Argentina
  • Saturday 2nd July 2022
  • Saturday 9th July 2022
  • Saturday 16th July 2022
Ireland vs New Zealand
  • Saturday 2nd July 2022
  • Saturday 9th July 2022
  • Saturday 16th July 2022
Scotland vs Argentina
  • Saturday 2nd July 2022
  • Saturday 9th July 2022
  • Saturday 16th July 2022
Wales vs South Africa
  • Saturday 2nd July 2022
  • Saturday 9th July 2022
  • Saturday 16th July 2022
Japan vs France
  • Saturday 2nd July 2022
  • Saturday 9th July 2022
  • Saturday 16th July 2022
Argentina vs Italy
  • July 23, 2022

How to Watch Summer Internationals 2022 on television?

  • Sky Sports

Sky Sports has the right to show Summer Internationals 2022. You can get the channel’s connection if you are out of their coverage. The price of the individual package is £18 per month. So, get the connection and start watching.

How to live stream the tournament?

  • Sky Go App
  • NOW

If you are a subscriber of Sky Sports, you can watch the live stream of Summer Internationals 2022 on Sky Go App.

You can also stream the event on NOW. the daily membership will cost you £11.99, whereas the monthly membership costs £33.99.

Events:

England tour of Australia:

Danny Care will return to the game in this series. Alex Dombrandt will be out due to injury. Alex Dombrandt withdrew from the tournament. We will see Joe Cokanasiga and Jonny Hill on the pitch, they will steer the match’s pace.

Ireland tour of New Zealand:

Andy Farrell will face a problem to select the starting lineup, as he has injury concerns in the team. Cian Healy and James Hume will be out for injury. Team Ireland will be looking for improving the team’s chemistry and prepare themselves for the World Cup.

Bundee Aki is playing great, and Caelan Doris is showing great development, which is great news for the team. We will see Leicester Fainga’anuku in the wing and Quinn Tupaea at 12.

Wales tour of South Africa:

Wales had a devastating tournament during the Six Nations. Dan Lydiate will return in the  Summer Internationals 2022. Alun Wyn Jones has worked a lot with the team selection. We will see Tommy Reffell in the opening lineup.

Dewi Lake can build up his reputation through this tournament, by playing against harder opponents. We will see the debut of Salmaan Moerat and Elrigh Louw in the series.

Scotland tour of Argentina:

Hamish Watson will be absent from the match, Luke Crosbie will get the chance to start for the team. In the full-back, we will see Rory Hutchinson in action. Blair Kinghorn will be at the fly-half spot.

Rory Darge will be at the bench. We may see his exciting performance in the series, as he is one of the best players on the team.

France tour of Japan:

Japan didn’t get enough time for the Rugby World Cup due to the COVID pandemic. They will use the full advantage of the series and make the best preparation for next year’s tournament.

France will use their young talents and prepare themselves for the big stages. Nolann Le Garrec is will be playing in the tournament, we will also see Antoine Dupont and Matthias Haddad-Victor in the series.

Conclusion:

Summer Internationals 2022 will be the best tournament for the Rugby teams for the preparation for the next year’s big event. The teams will get their chance to correct the faults of the Six Nations and move forward for the future. Watch the tournament if you are a rugby fan.

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