England will play South Africa this weekend in their third match of the rugby autumn series at Twickenham stadium. 

It follows last week's assertive 32-15 win over Australia, which marked their second victory of the tournament. 

Now coming head to head with South Africa, both teams are yet to lose a match in the autumn international series. 

Since 2018 the teams have met five times, with South Africa winning three matches and England two. 

Saturday's game will be the first rematch since the sides competed for the Rugby world title in 2019. 

On that occasion it was South Africa who were triumphant, but now in front of a home crowd, England will look to turn the tables. 

As fans prepare to once again fill up the London stadium, here's how you can tune into the England v South Africa match at home...

Kick-off time for England v South Africa match this weekend?

The England v South Africa match will take place at Twickenham on Saturday November 20 at 3:15pm. 

It is England's third game in the autumn series, which will take place throughout November. 

What channel is England v South Africa on and how to watch live?

Amazon Prime has the broadcast rights for the autumn international series in the UK.

You will need a membership to tune in, but if you don't already have one you can sign up to a 30-day free trial. 

If you don't want to continue your trial after the 30-days however, you will need to remember to cancel your subscription. 

Meanwhile, TalkSPORT has the radio rights, so if you don't fancy watching on Amazon Prime, you can listen there. 

What is is the England line-up?

England: 1. Bevan Rodd 2. Jamie Blamire 3. Kyle Sinckler 4. Maro Itoje 5. Jonny Hill 6. Courtney Lawes 7. Sam Underhill 8. Tom Curry 9. Ben Youngs 10. Marcus Smith 11. Jonny May 12. Manu Tuilagi 13. Henry Slade 14. Joe Marchant 15. Freddie Steward

Reps: 16. Nic Dolly 17. Joe Marler 18. Will Stuart 19. Charlie Ewels 20. Sam Simmonds 21. Alex Dombrandt 22. Raffi Quirke 23. Max Malins

When do the Six Nations start?

The autumn international series may be drawing to a close, however there will soon be more rugby action to fill the winter weekends. 

The Six Nations will start on February 1 2022 and see Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, France and Italy compete for the title.