How to watch Wallabies vs England rugby live and free online in Australia
Wallabies v England Game One: How to watch, tickets, teams and more | Latest Rugby News
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.
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.
Stan Sport in partnership with the Nine Network has been the home of rugby union in Australia of late.
It will kick off at Optus Stadium in Perth on July 2 before heading to Brisbane and Sydney as Dave Rennie's men look to end a recent winless streak against the old rivals.
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The Wallabies will play next England on July 2 at Optus Stadium
It will be their first game in the three-match series, which will then head to Suncorp Stadium on July 9.
The series will conclude in Sydney, with both teams returning to the SCG for the first time in 47 years on July 16
HOW TO WATCH WALLABIES V ENGLAND ON TV IN AUSTRALIA?
The Wallabies v England series will be shown on TV across the Nine Network and Stan Sport.
The first Test between the Wallabies and England will be live on Chanel Nine on Saturday night, with coverage beginning from 7:30pm .
The blockbuster will also be ad-free, live and on demand, with extended coverage on Stan Sport from 7:15pm. This will include a dedicated Wallabies cam, as well as the option to watch via Spidercam.
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?
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.fghjgfdsahgfhg