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2023 Sydney Sevens Final day LIVE – the men’s and women’s rugby 7s action

Sydney Sevens Final day: The 2022/23 World Rugby Sevens Series is headed to Sydney, Australia, on 27-29 January for the latest round of the men’s and women’s rugby 7s action.

Reigning Olympic champions New Zealand go into round four top of the women’s standings in red-hot form, having won in Hamilton last week.

But last year’s World Series champs Australia are right behind them, and will be hopeful of closing that gap in front of their home crowd.

It won’t be easy, but try to keep an eye on lightening-quick Black Ferns winger Michaela Blyde, who scored a hat-trick in last week’s final, while the host’s Charlotte Caslick is always impressive force on attack and defence.

Sydney Sevens

Despite having not won an event this year yet, New Zealand enter the men’s fifth stop of the season in first place thanks to their consistent top-3 finishes.

The USA are just two points behind in second while last week’s shock winners Argentina are now in third, meaning any of those three could find themselves at the top with a good performance in Sydney.

Samoan speedster Vaa Apelu Maliko and Aussie creative genius Dietrich Roache will be good to watch, as the men’s top try scorer and top offloader respectively.

Remember, there is even more to play for this season with the teams ranked 1-4 at the end of the 2022/23 world series automatically qualifying for the Paris 2024 Olympics.

Below, we take a look at the schedule for Sydney, and how to watch Sydney Sevens the action live.

Schedule for World Rugby Sydney Sevens Series 2022/2023 event

All times in CET (UTC+1)

Women Sydney Sevens

Friday, 27 January

02:00 – 10:10 – Group matches

Saturday, 28 January

02:06 – 04:10 – Group matches

07:54 – 09:15 – Quarter-finals

Sunday, 29 January – Monday, 30 January

23:10 – 10:10 – Knockout and play-off matches

For a more detailed schedule check here.

Men Sydney Sevens

Friday, 27 January

04:22 – 07:10 – Group matches

Saturday, 28 January

23:00 – 07:30 – Group matches

09:37 – 11:15 – Quarter-finals

Sunday, 29 January – Monday, 30 January

23:54 – 10:40 – Knockout and play-off matches

For a more detailed schedule check here.

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