England line up All Blacks 2017 showdown

The All Blacks have won their last five meetings with England a run dating back to 2012

Sportsmail has learned that the RFU have given approval for the Barbarians match to take place to celebrate their 125th anniversary and agreed a fee of £500,000 for the stadium hire - with the All Blacks due to be paid in the region of £2million for participating in the showpiece.

Rugby fans rejoyce, because it's now possible for you to play at Twickenham and see how you fare against the England team.

England will surpass the All Blacks' world record of 18 successive Test victories if they beat Ireland this weekend but they not scheduled to play Steve Hansen's side until November 2018.

The two nations have not met since 2014, when England toured the Land of the Long White Cloud in a three-Test summer series along with an autumn worldwide return Test at Twickenham, and England haven't beaten the All Blacks since their famous 38-21 home victory in December 2012.

The world champions have reportedly come in for a mega-offer from England's Rugby Football Union of more than $5 million to agree to the November 4 Twickenham Test.

The All Blacks have confirmed tests against France on November 11 in Paris, followed by Scotland and Wales.

England are dominating the northern hemisphere and have equalled the All Blacks' world record of 18 consecutive tier one test wins.

NZR boss Steve Tew was coy in the report, saying: "It's highly unlikely at this stage".

"We got to that stage a year ago where we couldn't continue so if they're able to do it then well done", Read said.

It is a match that Jones would welcome as he seeks to build towards the World Cup, but there will need to be compromise on both sides for it to go ahead. "I hope the experience gives rugby fans and novices alike an insight in to the way we train and the amount of hard work that is involved in being an global rugby player", added Gustard.

For the first time, O2 customers and fans can go head-to-head against the England Rugby team or explore an O2 Academy venue as a star or a fan at a sold out show.

"The All Blacks have got nothing to do with us".

"I hope the experience gives rugby fans and novices alike an insight in to the way we train and the amount of hard work that is involved in being an worldwide rugby player". He said: 'People are desperate for England and the All Blacks to play.

But Hansen added: "We're not scared to play them".

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