Preparation for the Rugby World Cup will continue this weekend as Wales and England play the return leg of their two-match series. This is The Roar’s guide to live streaming the match online in Australia, or watching it on TV.
Set to be played at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, the second Test between Wales and England will kick-off at 11:15pm (AEST) on Saturday, August 17.
This match follows last week’s match at Twickenham in London, when England came away with a strong 33-19 victory over their rivals.
As is the case with many major overseas rugby match matches and Tests, this Test between Wales and England will be broadcast live and exclusive on BeIN Sports for Australian audiences.
Their coverage will commence at 11:05pm (AEST), ten minutes before kick-off, on BeIN Sports 3, which can be found on Channel 515 through Foxtel.
To watch the broadcast though, you will need to ensure you have a valid Foxtel TV subscription complete with the sports package of channels.
If you’re going to be on the go and would prefer to be able to live stream the game in Australia, then you’re in luck.
BeIN Sports is available in a couple of different ways online.
The best of those is to tune in through Kayo Sports, who have access to all of Foxtel’s sports channels, as well as other selected events, for $25 per month.
You’ll also be able to use either of Foxtel’s traditional streaming services to get the match online, with the Foxtel App best for those who already have a TV subscription, and Foxtel Now the better option for those only wanting to stream Foxtel channels.
You can also use BeIN Sports connect to access the game online in Australia.