The All Blacks will face Tonga and Fiji in the July international window. Those directed by Ian Foster They will host Tonga in Auckland on July 3, while on July 10 and 17 they will face Fiji in Dunedin and Hamilton, respectively.
It will be the first time that the All Blacks play two tests against Fiji in a row, in what will represent the highlight of a window that will also have activity for the New Zealand Maori (friendly against Samoa as a preliminary for New Zealand vs Tonga).
In turn, within the framework of an extremely attractive window for rugby in the Pacific islands, on July 17, as a match prior to the 2nd test between All Blacks and Fiji, there will be a duel for the qualifying rounds for the RWC 2023, between Samoa and Tonga (The winner will be in the Los Pumas group at the World Cup). It will be a special window, in bubble mode, but with the possibility of seeing teams that do not usually face the All Blacks.
July Fixture window for All Blacks:
All Blacks vs Tonga, Saturday July 3, Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland.
All Blacks vs Fiji, Saturday July 10, Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin.
All Blacks vs Fiji, Saturday July 17, FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton.