Wallabies vs All Blacks live stream: How to watch the Bledisloe Cup first Test online or on TV

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    The Bledisloe Cup gets underway with the Wallabies out to do the seemingly unthinkable to defeat the all-conquering All Blacks. This is The Roar‘s ultimate guide to live streaming and watching the match on TV.

    » Wallabies vs All Blacks Bledisloe Cup live scores, blog

    The match is scheduled to kick-off at 8pm (AEST) on Saturday, August 19. It’s being held at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.

    The Bledisloe Cup has been held by New Zealand since 2003, with Australia only winning three of their past 20 matches against the New Zealand side.

    Furthermore, the first two matches of the Bledisloe form part of the Rugby Championship, which also features South Africa and Argentina. The third match of the Bledisloe is played outside of the Championship.

    How to watch the match on TV

    The match is being broadcast on TV in Australia through two networks. The first option, and the broadcaster of every Rugby Championship match, is Foxtel.

    They held the rights to broadcast every match during the Super Rugby season and continue to do so for all Wallabies internationals.

    Their broadcast will begin a full hour before the start of the match at 7pm (AEST). That allows them to have a long build-up to kick-off in Sydney, while they are also expected to stay on the air until 10:30pm (AEST) to wrap things up – or roughly 45 minutes after fulltime.

    If you’re looking to watch on free to air TV, Network Ten are also broadcasting the match live and in full.

    Their coverage will be a little shorter than Foxtel’s, but will still go live at 7:30pm (AEST), allowing for a half-hour pre-game. They will stay on the air until 10:15pm (AEST).

    How to live stream the match online

    With the game being broadcast on two channels, it can also be live streamed in two different methods.

    To live stream the Foxtel coverage, you can either do this through Foxtel Now, or if you have an existing Foxtel subscription with the sports package, through the Foxtel App.

    However, likely the simplest way to live stream the match will be to do it via the Tenplay website, where you can stream Ten’s coverage free.

    Michael Cheika laughing

    (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

    How to watch the match on TV
    Foxtel offers the best choice of live sport from Australia and around the world.

    Sport on Foxtel’s iQ3 is the championship viewing experience including HD quality, the ability to record your favourite team and shows, as well as stream live sport anytime, anywhere on your favourite devices with the Foxtel app^ included in your subscription.

    How to live stream the match online
    Stream the best choice of live sport from Australia and around the world instantly with Foxtel Now. Foxtel Now is the more flexible and accessible way to stream live sport to your devices. Plus, you can start watching today with a two-week free trial^.

    If you already have a Foxtel subscription that includes the Sport pack, you can stream live sport anytime, anywhere to your devices through the free Foxtel app~.

    ^Requires internet and compatible device. Data charges may apply. Australia only.

    ~Just connect your compatible device to the internet. Data charges may apply. Shows only available if they’re in your pack, some shows/channels not available. Sorry, Australia only.

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    The Crowd Says (3)

    • Roar Pro

      August 19th 2017 @ 7:31pm
      Boosho said | August 19th 2017 @ 7:31pm | ! Report

      Is anyone doing the blog tonight roarers?

      EDIT: The second I post this the blog appears. Ha

    • August 19th 2017 @ 8:19pm
      Vince said | August 19th 2017 @ 8:19pm | ! Report

      Having issues with tenplay website from Croatia.

    • August 19th 2017 @ 9:20pm
      Sco said | August 19th 2017 @ 9:20pm | ! Report

      The wallabies are embarrassing to Australia. They obviously have no heart and pride in wearing the Australian jersey maybe because none are true Australians.

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