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Live coverage Rugby Championship Test between New Zealand vs Australia at Eden Park in Auckland.

live coverage of the Round Six Rugby Championship Test between New Zealand vs Australia at Eden Park in Auckland.

With the Bledisloe Cup safely tucked away for another year, the All Blacks now look to add the Rugby Championship to their trophy cabinet.

Join us here for live updates from 19.00 New Zealand time; 17.00 AEST time; 07.00 GMT.

New Zealand vs Australia

How to watch All Blacks vs Australia

Both matches of the 2022 Bledisloe Cup series will be shown live in Australia on Stan Sport and via the Nine Network.

The second Test will be played on Saturday, September 24, with kick-off scheduled for 5:05 pm (AEST) on Stan Sport.

NZ All Blacks vs Australia 2022 Eden Park Preview

There was a growing belief the Wallabies may be able to upset the All Blacks in this two-Test series, but lost the opener following a controversial time-wasting penalty.

Forty-seven thousand fans will descend on the historic Kiwi fortress to see the Black Ferns play their final match before the Rugby World Cup in October.

They will also see the trans-Tasman rivalry resume in the second Test of the Bledisloe Cup, with the Wallabies looking for revenge on the All Blacks following a controversial finish in their first Test loss.

The Black Ferns match against Japan, kicking off at 4.30pm is their last before the Rugby World Cup 2021 (played in 2022) kicks off Saturday 8 October against Australia.

Australia vs New Zealand rugby preview

AUSTRALIA and New Zealand are set to add another chapter to their fierce rivalry this Thursday with some Bledisloe Cup action.

Rugby fans are used to seeing the All Blacks dominate this prestigious tournament as they have won 49 of a possible 62 series played.

What TV channel will Australia vs New Zealand be on and can I live stream it?

  • Australia vs New Zealand will be broadcasted LIVE on Sky Sports Arena and Sky Sports Main Event in the UK.
  • Coverage is set to commence on both channels from 10:35am UK time – 10 minutes before kick-off.


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