Have your say: Who should England Knights play this year?

Drew Darbyshire

England Knights’ fixtures for this year are yet to be announced and we want to know who you think they should face.

Journalist Gary Carter reported back in April that Jamaica are emerging as potential opponents for Paul Anderson’s Knights this autumn.

The Reggae Warriors want to have regular matches in the build-up to the 2021 Rugby League World Cup and are keen to face the Knights.

It was reported that the Caribbean island are set to face off against the England outfit on these shores while Great Britain tour New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.

But no fixtures are set in stone for England Knights as of yet. France have faced England’s senior side in recent seasons but have failed in many attempts to make it a close encounter, so could facing the Knights be better for both teams?

And there is also the likes of Wales, Scotland and Ireland who the Knights could come up against.

Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Lebanon, Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand are playing mid-season internationals in the southern hemisphere this weekend – but nothing is going on in the northern hemisphere in terms of international rugby league.

There are plenty of potential opponents for the England Knights this autumn but we want to know who you think they should play…

Who should England Knights face this year? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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