It’s hard to know exactly how SANZAAR have managed it, but not only has the 2020 Tri Nations tournament had more life in it from the outset than ever imagined, but it would seem to be gaining excitement with every result.
The 2020 Tri Nations is heating up as the Wallabies prepare to face the Pumas tonight in a pivotal match at McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle. Here’s everything you need to know to live stream the Round 4 clash and watch it on TV.
More than a must-win, this is a must-watch as a victory for the Wallabies tonight will leapfrog them into first place on the Tri Nations ladder.
Australian coach Dave Rennie has recalled seasoned prop Scott Sio to replace the injured James Slipper. Taniela Tupou and Ned Hanigan have also been added to round out the Wallabies line-up for Saturday night’s match.
Argentina, on the other hand, have selected the same starting XV that beat New Zealand last week, although they have made a few changes to the bench.
The 2020 Tri Nations Round 4 match will get started at 7:45pm (AEDT), that’s a 6:45pm kick-off for Queensland viewers. Elswehere around the country, the game will get underway at 7:15pm (ACDT) for South Australia, 6:15pm (ACST) for viewers in the Northern Territory and 4:45pm (AWST) for Western Australia. For New Zealanders watching on, it will be a 9:45pm start.
There are plenty of options to get your fix of Tri Nations rugby online. The only free live streaming service available is 10play, but it’s only accessible to Australian viewers.
Next we have Kayo Sports, who will carry Fox Sports’ coverage of the match live and on demand. They offer a free 14-day trial for new customers, otherwise, you can subscribe to the streaming service for $25 per month.
Foxtel Now will also stream the encounter live, and they also have a free trial available, this one for ten days for new subscribers. Alternatively, you can sign up for a pricier monthly subscription, just make sure you have the sports pack included.
There are two channels to pick from, with 45 minutes of pre-game coverage for both broadcasters.
Network Ten will be screening the clash on their main free-to-air channel across the country, starting at 7pm (AEDT) and finishing three hours later. Be sure to double-check on your local TV guide that it’s not appearing on any of Ten’s other channels.
Pay TV provider Foxtel will also be showing the match on Fox Sports 505, with their coverage also starting at 7pm.
Remember to tune in to The Roar’s live blog covering the in-game action, and check out all the highlights and post-game analysis.