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The Wallabies are off to Bloemfontein to battle the Springboks in the fifth week of the Rugby Championship. If you want to watch the match, we’ve got all the information you need here on how to do so.
The match will be broadcast both on free-to-air TV via Channel Ten, and on Foxtel via Fox Sports 1.
The free-to-air coverage may be broadcast on One in some areas. Check your local guides for details.
You can live stream Foxtel’s coverage of the match via Foxtel Now, a paid service that allows you to live stream Foxtel channels to your PC, tablet, or mobile phone.
If you already have a Foxtel TV subscription at home with sports access, you should be able to live stream the match via the Foxtel App.
You can also live stream Channel Ten’s coverage of the match live and free on the Tenplay website, or via the Tenplay app on your tablet or mobile phone.
How to watch the match on TV
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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.