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How to watch Autumn Nations Series Rugby on Prime Video: What are the matches and fixtures? Who are the pundits?
The Six Nations take on the best of the Southern Hemisphere and more this October and November - and BT TV customers can watch all the action on Prime Video.
Less than a year out from the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France, the best teams in world rugby are facing each other in 21 matches over five weekend matches this October and November, and you can watch it all on Prime Video with BT TV.
Starting on October 29 with Scotland vs Australia in Murrayfield and ending on November 26 with a repeat of the 2019 RWC final as England take on South Africa at Twickenham, the Autumn Nations Series promises to bring the pride and passion of international rugby right into your living room.
What is the Autumn Nations Series?
The Autumn Nations Series is a full competitive international rugby union series featuring the top northern and southern hemisphere sides.
It will feature the Six Nations - England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France and Italy - alongside Rugby Championship contenders New Zealand, South Africa, Australia and Argentina as well as Fiji, Samoa, Japan and Georgia.
The Autumn Nations Series features 21 matches played across five matchdays between Saturday October 29 and Saturday November 26. All 21 games will be shown live on Prime Video including, for the first time this year, Ireland's home matches.
What are the Autumn Nations Series fixtures and kick-off times?
The 21 Autumn Nations Series games being shown on Prime Video, their kick-off times and the programme start times are:
Saturday 29 October
Scotland vs Australia - Coverage starts at 4.30pm for 5.30pm kick-off
Saturday 5 November
Scotland vs Fiji - Coverage starts at 12.30pm for 1pm kick-off
Italy vs Samoa - Coverage starts at 12.50pm for 1pm kick-off
Wales vs New Zealand - Coverage starts at 2.30pm for 3.15pm kick-off
Ireland vs South Africa - Coverage starts at 4.30pm for 5.30pm kick-off
France vs Australia - Coverage starts at 7pm for 8pm kick-off
Sunday 6 November
England vs Argentina - Coverage starts at 1.30pm for 2.15pm kick-off
Saturday 12 November
Ireland vs Fiji - Coverage starts at 12.30pm for 1pm kick-off
Italy vs Australia - Coverage starts at 12.50pm for 1pm kick-off
England vs Japan - Coverage starts at 2.30pm for 3.15pm kick-off
Wales vs Argentina - Coverage starts at 5pm for 5.30pm kick-off
France vs South Africa - Coverage starts at 7pm for 8pm kick-off
Sunday 13 November
Scotland vs New Zealand - Coverage starts at 1.30pm for 2.15pm kick-off
Saturday 19 November
Wales vs Georgia - Coverage starts at 12.30pm for 1pm kick-off
Italy vs South Africa - Coverage starts at 12.50pm for 1pm kick-off
Scotland vs Argentina - Coverage starts at 2.30pm for 3.15pm kick-off
England vs New Zealand - Coverage starts at 4.30pm for 5.30pm kick-off
Ireland vs Australia - Coverage starts at 7pm for 8pm kick-off
Sunday 20 November
France vs Japan - Coverage starts at 12.30pm for 1pm kick-off
Saturday 26 November
Wales vs Australia - Coverage starts at 2.30pm for 3.15pm kick-off
England vs South Africa - Coverage starts at 4.30pm for 5.30pm kick-off
Who are the presenters, commentators and pundits for the Autumn Nations Series?
Prime Video’s coverage of the Autumn Nations Series will feature an on-the-ground local production for each match, broadcast from each host country across the Autumn Nations Series, featuring a number of presenters including Gabby Logan, Mark Durden-Smith, Jill Douglas, Ross Harries and Angus Scott.
They will be joined by an expert panel of northern hemisphere pundits including Dylan Hartley, Serge Betsen, John Barclay, Emily Scarratt, Sam Warburton, Topsy Ojo, David Flatman, Jamie Roberts, Rory Lawson, Benjamin Kayser, Paul Grayson, Mike Blair, Ben Ryan, Tom Shanklin and Jim Hamilton.
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These names will be flanked by a star-studded line-up of southern hemisphere experts representing the visiting nations, including Bryan Habana and Stephen Larkham.
On the ground reporters from within the stadium will bring the latest news from pitch-side as well as reaction from coaches and players. The Prime Video reporting team features Sarra Elgan, Sonja McLaughlan, Jenny Drummond, Laura Winter and Lauren Jenkins.
Match commentators Andrew Cotter, Nick Mullins, Jamie Lyall, Conor McNamara and Scott Hastings will complete the team covering the matches being broadcast on Prime Video.
How to watch Autumn Nations Series Rugby on Prime Video on BT TV
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What other sport can you watch on Prime Video?
Autumn Nations Series coverage joins a growing line-up of live sports on Prime Video in the UK, including ATP and WTA Tour tennis and Premier League football.
This is in addition to a selection of Amazon Original All or Nothing sports docuseries, including All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks, All or Nothing: Arsenal, All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur, and All or Nothing seasons with American Football teams Carolina Panthers, Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, Dallas Cowboys and Michigan Wolverines currently available to stream on Prime Video worldwide.
In the UK, Prime Video also offers all sports fans premium docuseries such as Everybody’s Game, Steelers, Take Us Home: Leeds United, Inside Borussia Dortmund, When Eagles Dare, Six Dreams, Steven Gerrard’s Make Us Dream and more.
On BT TV you can now get BT Sport, NOW Sky Sports Pass and Prime Video and you won’t miss a second the live Premier League action.
Find out more about how you can watch it all on BT TV >
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How can I watch the Wales games in Welsh?
Prime Video members in the UK will be able to watch Wales' four matches with a full Welsh-language production, hosted by Owain Gwynedd and featuring punditry and analysis from Shane Williams, Nigel Owens, Nicky Robinson, Gwyn Jones and Sioned Harries.
Welsh-language commentary will be provided by Gareth Charles.
The Welsh-language presentations ahead of Wales' games will begin at the same time as their English-language equivalents.