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What time is kick off and how do you watch the series?




The Wallabies take on England in three Tests in July with matches in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney. Here’s how you can watch all three matches either through live streaming or on TV.

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All three matches on July 2 (Perth), July 9 (Brisbane) and July 16 (Sydney) are due to kick off at 7:55pm (AEST – Sydney/Melboure).

How to watch Australia vs England live stream in Australia

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

For the Wallabies vs England you have two options to watch the game. You can either watch for free on the 9Now streaming service or you can have an ad-free experience with more extensive pre and post-match coverage by signing up to Stan Sport

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.

Stan Sport will also have a full replay of the game as well as cut-down versions including extended highlights and shorter snackable highlights.

If you want the free version, Channel 9’s 9Now service is available on smart TVs, mobile devices and through an internet browser if you’re on a laptop. You do need to sign up for a free account to use the service and just like Stan you need to be in Australia to watch.

How to watch Australia vs England on TV

If you’d prefer to watch on a traditional television broadcast for free, Channel Nine will be showing the games across Australia on their main channel which is Channel 90 for most metropolitan cities from 7:30pm AEST.

If you’re in the regions or in a different timezone to AEST check your local guides for the correct channel. If you’re watching free-to-air on Foxtel it’s channel 100 for standard definition or 209 for high definition.

Of course, if you can’t get to a TV or you just want to follow the game with rugby tragics we’ll be covering the game here on The Roar with a live blog of the action.





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