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What time do the All Blacks, Springboks, Wallabies, Pumas play?

Set your alarms early because it’s a bumper start to the Rugby Championship with South Africa hosting New Zealand and Argentina at home to Australia.

The Springboks-All Blacks game is scheduled to kick off at 1:05am (AEST) on Sunday August 7.

The Argentina-Wallabies match will follow a few hours later at 5:10am (AEST).

The Wallabies can expect an imposing atmosphere at the 42,000-seat Estadio Malvinas Argentinas in Mendoza.

How to watch Argentina vs Wallabies live stream in Australia

Stan Sport and Channel Nine own the rights to most rugby union matches for Australian audiences.

For both the Springboks-All Blacks and Pumas-Wallabies there is just one option to watch the games and that is through Stan Sport. The free 9Now service will NOT have either game as they are exclusive to Stan.

New subscribers are entitled to a 7-day free trial before the subscription kicks in at a minimum of $20 per month depending on what package you want.

How to watch Argentina vs Wallabies on TV

There is no traditional free-to-air option for the Argentina leg of the Rugby Championship. It is a Stan Exclusive event.

Just repeating you WON’T be able to watch this match on Channel 9.

Stan is available on most smart TVs.

Of course, if you can’t get access to the game and want to follow along with rugby tragics we’ll be covering the game here on The Roar with a live blog of the action and live scores from the Springboks-All Blacks match.

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