The Canadian men’s rugby team, which last played in the World Cup in Japan in October 2019, will return to competition in July against stiff opposition from Wales and England.
23rd place for Canadianse Row, No. 6 Wales at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on July 3 and at Twickenham No. 3 in England on July 3.
Both opponents will miss the best players touring South Africa with the British and Irish Lions. Of the Lions’ 37 players, 11 are from England and 10 from Wales.
Both teams have enough talent, however, to weaken Canada. In the 2011 Churchill Cup, the Canadian lost 37-6 to England ‘s A team.
When the two countries clashed in Twickenham in November 2004, England made 12 attempts to beat Canada 70-0. The Welsh, who won 61-26 against the Canadians in Cardiff in November 2006, scored nine tries.
In November 1993, Canada surprised Wales with a historic 26-24 victory at Cardiff Arms Park. Thanks for Al Charon’s last effort and for transforming Gareth Reese.
In their next match against Wales, Canada ended their World Cup campaign on October 8, 2019 with a 66-7 defeat. In Kobe, Japan.
Canada was scheduled to host England in Toronto this summer, but travel restrictions in the wake of the epidemic moved the game and others to Europe.