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    The British and Irish Lions' tour of South Africa in July next year will not be shifted despite a direct overlap with the new dates for the Tokyo Olympics

    The British and Irish Lions' tour of South Africa in July next year will not be shifted despite a direct overlap with the new dates for the Tokyo Olympics


    The Games have been pushed back a year due to the coronavirus pandemic and will now start on July 23, the day before the first of three tests on consecutive weekends between the Lions and Springboks.

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