The Wallabies three-match Spring Tour will get underway in Cardiff this weekend when they take on Wales. This is The Roar‘s guide to streaming the match online and watching it on TV.
Australia are coming off a 3-0 drubbing in the Bledisloe Cup against New Zealand and poor Rugby Championship, which was played against the All Blacks, South Africa and Argentina, so will be looking to pull a somewhat poor year out of the fire on their end of year tour.
Following this Test against Wales, the Aussies will be set to take on Italy and England before returning back to Australia.
There will be two ways to watch the match on TV.
The first of those is through BeIN Sports, who have the rights to show every single game the Wallabies compete in which is played within European borders.
Their coverage will begin at 4:10am (AEDT) in the lead-up to the game, with it set to be broadcast on Channel 511.
To watch the coverage on BeIN, you will need to have access to a valid Foxtel TV subscription, complete with the sports package.
There is also a free-to-air TV alternative available to watch the Wallabies first match of their Spring Tour. This will be through SBS, who recently announced they would broadcast all three matches.
Their coverage can be found on Channel 31 in high definition and 30 in standard definition.
If you are looking to stream the Wallabies match against Ireland online, you will need to use one of Foxtel’s dedicated streaming applications.
There are two, and which one you use will depend on your circumstances. The Foxtel App will be the better option for you if you already have a TV subscription, while Foxtel Now is the way to go for those wanting to only stream Foxtel channels.
Because the match is on BeIN Sports, you will also be able to tune in online through BeIN Sports connect, which is valued at $19.99 per month.
Here at The Roar, we will be covering the match with a live blog, highlights and all the best post-match analysis.