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The Wallabies will play their first game of 2022 beyond the halfway point of the year versus England this week. They'll be keen to put last year's poor finish behind them after 3 straight losses in the UK. They dropped to 6th in the world in the process.

All eyes will be on the response here against one of their arch rivals.

When is Wallabies vs England?

The first of 3 Wallabies vs England matches will get underway on Saturday 2 July at 7:55pm AEST, taking place at Optus Stadium in Perth.

How to watch Wallabies vs England live

Stan Sport in partnership with the Nine Network has been the home of rugby union in Australia of late.

For the Wallabies vs England you have 2 options to watch the game. You can either watch for free on the 9Now streaming service or via subscription streaming service Stan Sport.

If you want to stream the match at no cost, you can sign up for a free account on 9Now if you don't already have one.

You can also catch it on free-to-air TV, with Channel 9 coverage from 7:30pm AEST on Saturday.

The last time Eddie Jones took England to Australia, in 2016, they won the Test series 3-0. Will it be the same in 2022?

England have beaten the Wallabies eight times with Jones at the helm, including last November, but they have had a pretty poor 2022 with only two wins in the Six Nations and a heavy defeat by the Barbarians in an uncapped match before departure.

Owen Farrell has been named at inside-centre for this first Test, but Courtney Lawes will captain the side in Perth. Billy Vunipola and Danny Care also return to the Test team after lengthy spells out of the national set-up.

There are two debutants in the Australia line-up to face England this Saturday in Perth – hooker David Porecki and lock Cadeyrn Neville. Quade Cooper is at fly-half but they are without Taniela Tupou, the tighthead ruled out by injury.

These are the line-ups for the first Test in Perth and below we explain how you can watch the match.

On the back of a dismal Six Nations campaign and defeat to the Barbarians in June, there is plenty of pressure on England coach Eddie Jones ahead of the upcoming three-match tour of Australia in the Summer Internationals.

Indeed, a winless series could well mean time is called on Jones' tenure with the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France now on the horizon.

The last time England were Down Under, in 2016, they claimed a hugely impressive 3-0 series victory but they're unlikely to be heading to the Southern Hemisphere with quite as much confidence this time around.

They play the first of three Tests against the Wallabies on Saturday in Perth, with a 36-strong squad that includes 10 players who were involved in that 3-0 win.

Among those are Danny Care and Billy Vunipola, who have been brought back in from the cold by Jones for the tour of Australia.

England have won the last eight matches against Saturday's opponents, so they certainly won't be short of motivation. has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch Australia v England on TV and online.

Stream Wallabies vs England on Stan Sport

Stan Sport has become the home of rugby union in Australia, screening most national competitions and international matches. To get Stan Sport, it is a $10 monthly add-on to a regular Stan subscription, which ranges from $10 to $19 a month.

You only need Stan if you would like some extra bells and whistles with your coverage of Wallabies vs England.

The match will be ad-free, live and on demand on Stan Sport, with extended coverage from 7:15pm AEST. The match is to be broadcast in 4K. It will also include a dedicated Wallabies cam, as well as the option to watch via Spidercam.

Wallabies vs England match preview

England enter this tour with up to a dozen of their best players unavailable due to injury. Australia have had the added bonus of an A series against the likes of Fiji in the Pacific Nations Cup.

England coach Eddie Jones reflected on his touring squad which he still feels has the strength to get the job done against the Wallabies.

"This squad is a real mix of young, talented players and some very experienced, senior players and we're looking forward to bringing the group together," he said when naming the squad.

"This tour will be a great experience for the group and a crucial part of the team's work towards the Rugby World Cup in 2023."

With an eye to avenge last year's ugly finish, and with a view to building to that World Cup, we think the Wallabies will deliver an overdue victory in this game versus England.

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