The Wallabies will look to bounce back and claim their Test series against Ireland when the two sides clash in the third match. This is The Roar‘s guide to streaming the match online and watching it on TV.
The third and final Test of the June international window series between the two nations will be played at 8pm (AEST) on Saturday, June 23 with the venue to be ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
Australia took the first Test in a hard-fought, narrow victory where they held Ireland, who at that point hadn’t lost a Test in 15 months, tryless. The Irish struggled against the Wallabies defence, with the final scoreline ending up 18-9.
With Jonathan Sexton back for the second Test though, the Irish ran up a couple of tries and managed to hit back, winning their first Test on Australian soil since 1979 with a five-point victory.
The match will be broadcast in two places, with an option on both Foxtel and free-to-air TV available for viewing.
The best way to watch every Wallabies match is on Fox Sports. They will provide in-depth coverage, with their broadcast beginning at the conclusion of the All Blacks versus France contest – around 7:30pm (AEST).
That allows for a half-hour pre-game show, with the coverage of be broadcast on Channel 501. To watch the coverage on Foxtel, you will need to have a valid Foxtel TV subscription with the sports package.
The other option to watch the game is on Network Ten, which can be found on either Channel 10 in standard definition or 13 in high definition, with those numbers being 110 or 210 respectively if you’re tuning in through Foxtel.
The match will also be available in two spots online.
Again, Fox Sports is the best place to go, through either of Foxtel’s dedicated streaming applications. The first of those is Foxtel Now, which is available at a cost for those who only want to stream Foxtel.
If you already have a TV account through Foxtel, then you can sign into the Foxtel App with valid login details, which will give you exactly the same coverage.
The coverage will also be streamed on Channel Ten, with TenPlay broadcasting the contest.