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The penultimate round of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series returns to Twickenham Stadium as the HSBC London Sevens takes place this weekend.
With two full days of action at the Home of England Rugby, here is your guide to the weekend in south west London.
When? Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 May
Where? Twickenham Stadium
Timings? 09:00 BST Twickenham opens, 09:30 BST first match kicks off
• Live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Mix
• England score updates and match clips on Twitter on @EnglandRugby
• Previews, behind the scenes and lives on @london7s
• Match report and post-match news on EnglandRugby.com
• Follow the World Rugby live blog and score updates here
England named their squad for this weekend earlier in the week, with Phil Burgess chosen to lead the side on what will be his 50th HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series outing, with regular skipper Tom Mitchell out injured.
#England7s captain for the weekend on his 50th @WorldRugby7s appearance— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) May 23, 2019
It's going to be a weekend to remember for @Philip__Burgess.
This is his story: https://t.co/f4tX4c4xdG pic.twitter.com/4QALlzq83U
Simon Amor has the all time top try scorer Dan Norton and the most capped sevens player ever in James Rodwell in the squad. Earlier this month, 34-year-old Rodwell announced he will be retiring from playing at the end of this season so this will be the last time he will run out for the team at Home of England Rugby.
There are also a number of exciting youngsters who will make their London Sevens debut in Jamie Barde, Ben Harris and Charlton Kerr, with Tom Emery making his first appearance for England.
England fixtures day one
Pool C - England v Ireland (12:04 BST)
Pool C - England v Scotland (15:10 BST)
Pool C - England v New Zealand (18:16 BST)
As well as the action on the pitch, fans can also enjoy buskers and bands; London bus, gin, Pimms and Prosecco bars; fairground rides including a bungee trampoline, big wheel and dodgems; street entertainers and a piano player treating fans to traditional London and British favourites.
UK garage duo DJ Luck and MC Neat will be performing on the Saturday both inside the bowl of the stadium as well as outside in the fan zone.
Inside the stadium there will be live DJs, on pitch games, player pundits, premium HSBC hot seats, HSBC dance cam, kiss cam as well as a host of other activities throughout both days.
England so far
Heading into the final two rounds of the season, Simon Amor's England sit fifth in the World Series standings 14 points behind fourth-place South Africa.
Expect the see the all-time HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series top try scorer in England's Dan Norton, as well the top try scorer for this season in Carlin Isles who has crossed 44 times for the USA in 2018/19.
England are the nominated nation to qualify for Team GB for the next Olympic games, with the top four teams in the 2019 series confirming an automatic place at Tokyo 2020 alongside host nation Japan.
In their last outing in Singapore, England secured bronze by beating series leaders to go with third-place finishes in Dubai and Sydney during this campaign.
Car - If you are planning to get to Twickenham by car please note that a controlled parking zone operates over an area of approximately one mile around the stadium. Fines and towing are enforced in this area, including Sundays. To pre-book parking at Twickenham please click here.
Shuttle bus - There will be an RFU electric shuttle bus service between Richmond station and the stadium. The service is free post-match and pre-match more than two hours prior to kick off. Less than two hours prior to kick-off there is a charge of £3 per person. Due to the Piccadilly line closure we won't have a shuttle bus service to and from Hounslow.
Train - Twickenham Rail Station - 10 min walk, Whitton Rail Station - 10 min walk, St Margaret's Rail Station - 10 min walk.
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