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The NSW Waratahs are the only Australian side who have qualified for this year’s 2018 Super Rugby finals. This is The Roar‘s complete guide to streaming the quarter-finals online and watching the games on TV.
The first game of the weekend sees the Hurricanes look for revenge on Friday night when they face the Chiefs, who beat them 28-24 in last week’s meeting between the two sides.
The following night, eight-time champions the Crusaders take on the Sharks before the Waratahs look to keep their finals hopes alive against the Highlanders.
The final game of the quarter-finals sees the second-placed Lions face the Argentina’s Jaguares.
Foxtel, through Fox Sports, have exclusive rights to the Super Rugby competition in Australia, including the finals series.
There are two ways to stream the games in Australia. The first option is via the Foxtel App, which is the best bet for current Foxtel subscribers. If you have a valid login, you will be able to stream the game.
Otherwise, if you are not an existing Foxtel customer, Foxtel Now is the only other way you can stream the game online.
This option is not free, however, with the sports package starting at $55 a month.
The Super Rugby quarter-finals will be broadcast on Fox Sports 501, but in saying that it is best to check your local guide to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the action.
Network Ten, through Channel One, will also broadcast one game replay on Sunday morning, which begins at 8am (AEDT).