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Wallabies v Wales: How to watch in Australia, teams, fixtures and more

Written by Nathan Williamson, courtesy of rugby.com.au Source article
Wallabies v Wales: How to watch in Australia, teams, fixtures and more

The Wallabies will begin their 2024 season as they host Wales at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium on July 6.

It will be played as part of a double-header, with the Wallaroos taking on Fijiana, with Jo Yapp’s side looking for their first victory of the year.

Read the Official Double Header Test Program here!

The match will be the first under new coach Joe Schmidt, who has named a new-look side.

Liam Wright has been announced as the new skipper, with seven debutants included in the squad to face Wales.

Here is everything you need to know about Wallabies v Wales and Wallaroos v Fijiana

WHEN DO THE WALLABIES PLAY NEXT?

The Wallabies will next play Wales on July 6 (AEST) at Allianz Stadium

It will be the first game of the two-Test series, with the action heading to Melbourne’s AAMI Park next week.

This will be followed by a standalone Test with Wales in Sydney on July 20.

HOW TO WATCH WALLABIES V WALES IN AUSTRALIA?

The Wallabies’ clash with Wales will be shown LIVE on Stan Sport and the Nine Network

Coverage will be live and ad-free on Stan Sport, slated to start at 7:00 pm AEST with kickoff expected at 7:55 pm AEST.

The Wallabies v Wales match will also be shown on free-to-air, with coverage on Channel 9 (NSW, QLD, VIC, NT) or Gem (SA, WA) beginning at 7:30 pm AEST.

HOW TO WATCH WALLAROOS V FIJIANA IN AUSTRALIA?

The Wallaroos’ clash with Fiji will be shown LIVE on Stan Sport and the Nine Network

Coverage will be live and ad-free on Stan Sport, slated to start at 4:30 pm AEST with kickoff expected at 4:45 pm AEST.

The Wallaroos v Fiji match will also be shown on free-to-air, with coverage on 9Gembeginning at 4:30 pm AEST.

HOW TO WATCH WALLABIES V WALES OVERSEAS

New Zealand: Sky Sports

South Africa/Africa and adjacent islands: SuperSport

Argentina/South America/North America: ESPN

USA: FloSports

Canada: TSN

Ireland and UK (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Isle of Man): Sky UK

France/Andorra/Monaco/Luxembourg: Canal+

Japan: Wowow

Pacific Islands/Papua New Guinea: Digicel

Italy, Vatican City, San Marino and Canton Ticino, Switzerland: Sky SPORT

Fiji: Sky Pacific

Asia and Pacific Islanders: Premier Sports

Other Countries: NZR+

HOW TO WATCH ALL BLACKS v ENGLAND IN AUSTRALIA?

New Zealand’s blockbuster match against England will be shown on Stan Sport.

The first test will be ad-free, live and on demand, with extended coverage on Stan Sport from 4:00 pm.

WHEN IS THE WALLABIES V WALES KICK OFF?

The Wallabies’ clash with Wales will kick off at 7:55 pm AEST at Allianz Stadium on Saturday July 6

Coverage will be ad-free from 7:00 pm AEST and continue throughout the game on Stan Sport, whilst beginning at 7:30 on the Nine Network.

WALLABIES v WALES TEAMS

Wallabies (15-1): Tom Wright, Andrew Kellaway, Josh Flook, Hunter Paisami, Filipo Daugunu, Noah Lolesio, Jake Gordon, Rob Valetini, Fraser McReight, Liam Wright (c), Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, Jeremy Williams, Taniela Tupou, Matt Faessler, James Slipper

Replacements: Billy Pollard, Isaac Kailea, Allan Alaalatoa, Angus Blyth, Charlie Cale, Tate McDermott, Tom Lyngah, Dylan Pietsch

Wales (15-1): Liam Williams, Josh Hathaway, Owen Watkin, Mason Grady, Rio Dyer, Ben Thomas, Ellis Bevan, Aaron Wainwright, Tommy Reffell, Taine Plumtree, Dafydd Jenkins, Christ Tshiunza, Archie Griffin, Dewi Lake (c), Gareth Thomas

Replacements: Evan Lloyd, Kemsley Mathias, Harri O’Connor, Cory Hill, James Botham, Kieran Hardy, Sam Costelow, Nick Tompkins

Click here for all your team news for Wales

WALLAROOS v FIJIANA TEAMS

Wallaroos (15-1): Lori Cramer, Biola Dawa, Georgina Friedrichs, Cecilia Smith, Desiree Miller, Arabella McKenzie, Layne Morgan, Piper Duck, Leilani Nathan, Atasi Lafai, Michaela Leonard (c), Kaitlan Leaney, Eva Karpani, Tania Naden, Brianna Hoy

Replacements: Tiarna Molloy, Allana Sikimeti, Bridie O’Gorman, Siokapesi Palu, Lydia Kavoa, Natalie Wright, Trilleen Pomare, Faitala Moleka

Click here for all your team news for the Wallaroos

Fijiana (15-1): Luisa Tisolo, Merewairita Neivosa, Atelaite Buna, Liti Lawedrau, Adita Millinia, Jeniffer Ravutia, Evivi Senikarivi, Kara Naisewa, Sulita Waisega, Nunia Daunimoala, Asinate Serevi, Mereoni Nakesa, Tiana Robakadavu, Keleni Marawa, Bitila Tawake

Replacements: Litia Marama, Loraini Senivutu, Vika Mararugu, Doreen Narokete, Ema Adivitaloga, Setaita Railumu, Salanieta Kinita, Repeka Tove

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