With the Gillette Four Nations starting this Autumn we are surely in for a fantastic treat as four of the world's best teams go head to head at some of the UK's best sporting venues.

Australia and New Zealand kick things off in style at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, home of the current Carnegie Challenge Cup holders, Warrington Wolves. Both teams will certainly be received warmly by their Cheshire hosts. Australia will be wanting revenge after they were beaten by New Zealand in the 2008 World Cup and 2010 Four Nations Finals.

Next we move onto the Leigh Sports Village where England start their campaign against Gillette Four Nations new boys, Wales. The Welshmen booked their place in the competiton courtesy of a last gasp effort against the French in the 2010 European Cup. The French were certain to line up in this year's Gillette Four Nations but hadn't reckoned on the tenacious Wales team led by Welsh Rugby legend, Gareth Thomas.

The standout fixture this year must definitely be next as we head to the capital to bring International Rugby League back to Wembley Stadium. The national stadium hosts an exciting double-header featuring Wales versus New Zealand and England versus Australia. What better way to see some fireworks on and off the pitch than at Wembley this November 5th.

Hull's KC Stadium sees the next match up between England and New Zealand. East Yorkshire will definitely want to turn out to see this titanic struggle.

Wrexham welcomes International Rugby League to the Racecourse Ground for the second time in its history as Wales take on Australia in the final group game. Can Wales upset the odds and step up? Or will Australia cruise into the Final for the third year running?

Finally Elland Road hosts, once again, the Gillette Four Nations Final. Each of the four teams will want to make sure that they are there on November 19th. You can be there too and take in the spectacle of the 2011 Gillette Four Nations... Please Click Here for ticket information...

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