England and Ireland wrapped up their tours of New Zealand and South Africa respectively with gripping clashes.

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England narrowly missed out on a historic win at Eden Park, while Ireland won an incredible tie against the Boks to finish their series 1-1.

Wales will finish their summer tour with a match against Super Rugby side Queensland Reds, having lost their series with the Wallabies 2-0.

Warren Gatland will be desperate for a win to avoid his side’s 10th consecutive loss. And although it is a young and inexperienced side, they should be getting the job done against the Reds.

Scotland, meanwhile, will be looking to win their third match of their summer tour of North and South America.

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After beating USA 42-7 and thrashing Canada 73-12, they face Chile. With the level of competition and Scotland’s performances so far, Gregor Townsend has been able to keep his side fresh and rotated without worry of dipping.

He makes 10 changes for the Chile game before they wrap up the tour against Uruguay.

Fans across the world will be delighted to see the return of international rugby to TV screens, with a range of times and timezones meaning there'll be coverage throughout entire days.

RadioTimes.com brings you all the TV coverage details for the Summer Internationals 2024.

Summer Internationals 2024 on TV

Rugby Summer Internationals will be shown live on Sky Sports, with selected games shown on TNT Sports/discovery+, BBC iPlayer and new streaming service from World Rugby, RugbyPass TV.

Sky boast the rights to a number of high-profile international rugby matches after taking the reins from Amazon Prime Video, who previously held the rights.

Sky Sports customers can live stream games via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices including most smartphones and tablets as part of their subscription. You can also watch matches via NOW without signing up to a contract.

RugbyPass TV is a free service which may be increasingly used to show live games, including England's first match of the summer.

Summer Internationals 2024 TV schedule

All UK times and dates. Home nations, plus selected matches.

Week 4

Friday 19th July

Queensland Reds v Wales (10:55am) Sky Sports Action/NOW

Saturday 20th July

Chile v Scotland (8pm) BBC Scotland / BBC iPlayer / TNT Sports / discovery+

Week 5

Saturday 27th July

Uruguay v Scotland (8pm) BBC Scotland / BBC iPlayer / TNT Sports / discovery+

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