The British and Irish Lions tour gets serious indeed in June and July, as the best players from these fair isles gear up to take on the fearsome All-Blacks in three blood-and-thunder encounters. All of which are live on Sky Sports.
Warren Gatland’s embattled side haven’t had the brightest of starts to their tour, after suffering unexpected losses to Blues and Highlanders. But the real business of their expedition gets going on 24th June with the first game against world number-ones New Zealand.
Hostilities resume with another clash against the All-Blacks on 1st July. And the final game of the series is scheduled for 8th July.
Sky Sports is showing all three games live, as well as warm-ups against New Zealand Maori (17th June) and Chiefs (June 20th) and Hurricanes (27th June).
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