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The 2022 Rugby Championship fixtures have been announced.
The All Blacks won the 2021 Rugby Championship with five wins. They had an opportunity to complete the grand slam, but narrowly went down to the Springboks in the last Test of the tournament.
Australia performed well after losing to the All Blacks in the first two rounds including impressive back to back wins over the Springboks. Their final place of second is something that they will want to repeat if not better as they build for the World Cup in France next year.
All times AEST. All Wallabies matches to be televised on the Nine Network and available to stream on Stan Sport.
|South Africa vs. New Zealand||Mbombela Stadium, Mbombela||Sun Aug 7||1:05am|
|Argentina vs. Australia||Estadio Malvinas, Mendoza||Sun Aug 7||5:05am|
|South Africa vs. New Zealand||Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg||Sun Aug 14||1:05am|
|Argentina vs. Australia||Estadio del Bicentenario, San Juan||Sun Aug 14||5:05am|
|Australia vs. South Africa||Adelaide Oval||Sat Aug 27||3:30pm|
|New Zealand vs. Argentina||Orangetheory Stadium, Christchurch||Sat Aug 27||5:45pm|
|New Zealand vs. Argentina||FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton||Sat Sep 3||5:05pm|
|Australia vs. South Africa||Allianz Stadium, Sydney||Sat Sep 3||7:35pm|
|Australia vs. New Zealand||Marvel Stadium, Melbourne||Thur Sep 15||7:45pm|
|Argentina vs. South Africa||José Amalfitani Stadium, Buenos Aires||Sun Sep 18||5:05am|
|New Zealand vs. Australia||Eden Park, Auckland||Sat Sep 24||5:05pm|
|South Africa vs. Argentina||Hollywoodbets Kings Park, Durban||Sun Sep 25||2:05am|