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The 2021 Rugby Championship fixtures have been completed.
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.
South Africa re-joined the competition after sitting out last year, meaning reverted to being The Rugby Championship again. South Africa hosted their two matches against Argentina, with the rest of the tournament played in Australia and New Zealand.
All times AEST. All Wallabies matches to be televised on the Nine Network and available to stream on Stan Sport.
Australia’s two fixtures against New Zealand are also the second and third Tests of the Bledisloe Cup.
|New Zealand 57 def. Australia 22||Eden Park||Sat Aug 14||5:05pm|
|South Africa 32 def. Argentina 12||Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium||Sun Aug 15||1:05am|
|Argentina 10 def. by South Africa 29||Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium||Sun Aug 22||1:05am|
|Australia 21 def. by New Zealand 38||Optus Stadium||Sun Sep 5||4pm|
|New Zealand 39 def. Argentina 0||Cbus Super Stadium||Sun Sep 12||5:05pm|
|South Africa 26 def by. Australia 28||8:05pm|
|Australia 30 def. South Africa 17||Suncorp Stadium||Sat Sep 18||5:05pm|
|Argentina 13 def. by New Zealand 36||8:05pm|
|New Zealand 19 def. South Africa 17||QCB Stadium||Sat Sep 25||5:05pm|
|Australia 27 def. Argentina 8||8:05pm|
|Argentina 17 def. by Australia 32||Cbus Super Stadium||Sat Oct 2||5:05pm|
|South Africa 31 def. New Zealand 29||8:05pm|