New Zealand have confirmed they will take on England in a three-Test series following the 2018 NRL season.
The first game will take place at KCOM Stadium in Hull on October 27, the second at Anfield on November 3 and the final match at Elland Road on November 11.
England coach, Wayne Bennett, said: “International Rugby League is the pinnacle in any player’s career and it’s good to see a traditional Test series confirmed in the calendar for next year.
“Games between England and New Zealand always deliver plenty of entertainment and drama and I expect next year’s series will be no different.
“Hull, Leeds and Liverpool will all do a great job in hosting the games and supporters. I know Anfield is new to the mix for England, but seeing so many people attend the Four Nations final last year is promising for the game and I hope the fans will turn out in great number once again next year.”
The nations last did battle in a Test series back in 2015, with England prevailing 2-1.