Record try-scorer Bryan Habana is back at left wing for the Springboks when they face Italy in Florence on Saturday, while Nizaam Carr will get his first start for South Africa against the same opponents he made his Test debut against two years ago.
The All Blacks team has been named to play Ireland in the eagerly-anticipated Test at Aviva Stadium, Dublin. The Irish won the last encounter in Chicago two weeks ago thus ending the All Blacks world record Test run.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has made just the one change to his starting side for the Test against Scotland. Will Genia goes straight into the starting side after completing club duties with Stade Francais.
The Springboks have made several changes for the Test against England at Twickenham. Only five players who started in the 31-31 draw against the Barbarians last week are included in a much changed line-up for the Test.
After 29 meetings and 111 years of trying, Ireland finally have a win over New Zealand. Joe Schmidt's sie entered the history books with a strong five-try performance against the reigning World champions in Chicago.
The All Blacks team to play Ireland at Soldier Field, Chicago, on Saturday 5 November, has been named, with new All Black Scott Barrett, the brother of Beauden Barrett, set to make his Test debut from the bench.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has made two changes to his starting side for the Test against Wales in Cardiff. David Pocock will wear the number six jersey, with Dean Mumm suspended, while Tevita Kuridrani returns to the centres in the absence of Samu Kerevi.