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A men’s event is being held during the rugby sevens competition at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, which will run from July 29 to July 31, 2022. The tournaments are taking place in Coventry Stadium in Coventry rather than Villa Park, as was the original plan. According to the rules, the top two teams from each pool will qualify for the quarterfinals.
Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens Live Stream
|Game||Australia vs South Africa|
|Television||SKY Sports & Foxtel Now|
The 2022 Commonwealth Games, commonly known as Birmingham 2022, will be held in Birmingham, England from 28 July to 8 August, 2022, with the men’s and women’s rugby sevens to be played on 29-31 July with two sessions played on all three match days.
The Springbok Sevens team will face Australia in the semifinals of the Commonwealth Games Sevens tournament on Sunday after sweeping aside Canada 33-0 in their quarterfinal.
The Blitzboks booked their spot with an almost flawless execution of their defence and counter attack, while Australia were made to fight all the way by the impressive and physical Samoans, eventually winning 7-0 in a tight game.
New Zealand will face Fiji in the other semifinal as teams move closer to medal contention.
Birmingham 2022 pool draw
|Pool A||Pool B||Pool C||Pool D|
|New Zealand||South Africa||Fiji||Australia|
2022 Commonwealth Games Where to Watch: Blitzboks v Wallabies 7s Live Stream & TV Telecast?
All of the men’s South Africa 7s vs Australia 7s rugby sevens games on Saturday will be broadcast live in India on the Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 2, Sony TEN 3, Sony SIX, and Sony TEN 4 networks from Birmingham. The Sony LIV app and website will stream the games live, making it simple for Indian fans to keep up with the action as it happens.
|India||Sony Pictures Sports Network|
|New Zealand||Sky NZ|
The Blitzboks started well with tries by Ronald Brown and Christie Grobbelaar, before Canada finally got some ball and put them on the front foot.
It seemed as if Canada may score after Brown got a yellow card on the stroke of halftime, but some excellent reading of the Canadian attack saw Angelo Davids intercept and run the length of the field to give the South Africans a 21-0 lead at the break.
They followed it up with tries for Brown and Mfundo Ndhlovu in the second half to secure the victory.
Sunday’s semifinals will kick off at 1:42pm (CAT, GMT+2) with the Blitzbok-Australia semifinal taking place at 2:04pm.
The South African Women’s team will face Sri Lanka in the 7th and 8th place playoff after losing 36-0 to England earlier in the day.