Here is our full guide to 2022 Los Pumas vs Wallabies Rugby live streaming , or watching it on TV. How to live stream and watch 2022 Rugby Championship . the Los Pumas taking on the Australia at Malvinas Argentinas Stadium.
The Argentine national team will host Australia on the opening date of the Rugby Championship 2022, the best national team competition in the world. Los Pumas vs Wallabies Game After almost three years, Los Pumas have returned to play in Argentina, and in the six commitments scheduled as hosts for this 2022 they will return to Mendoza five years after the last visit.
Wallabies vs Pumas Live Stream
|Australia vs Argentina
|Malvinas Argentinas Stadium
|Date & time
|07 August 2022
|SKY Sports & Foxtel Now
Wallabies confirm squad for Argentina Tour
Reds fullback Campbell and Melbourne prop Gibbon are two of four uncapped players in the group, with Rebels powerhouse Pone Fa’amausili and Waratahs versatile forward Jed Holloway also in contention for their first Tests on the tour.
Overseas-based lock Rory Arnold re-joins the group for the first time in 2022 after three starts on last year’s Spring Tour, while two-Test inside centre Irae Simone is also back in the national frame after a standout Super Rugby Pacific campaign with the Brumbies.
The balance of the squad is made up of those who were involved in the eToro England Series, with the group to play Los Pumas on the 6th and 13th of August (local time) in Mendoza and San Juan respectively.
The squad will assemble on the Gold Coast on Tuesday before travelling to Argentina on Friday.
2022 eToro Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup Fixtures
Wallabies vs Argentina, Sunday 7 August, 5:10am AEST at Estadio Malvinas, Mendoza
Wallabies vs Argentina, Sunday 13 August, 5:10am AEST at Estadio del Bicentenario, San Juan
Wallabies v South Africa, Saturday 27 August, 3:00pm ACST at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Wallabies v South Africa, Saturday 3 September, 7:30pm AEST at Allianz Stadium, Sydney
Wallabies v New Zealand, Thursday 15 September, 7:45pm AEST at Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
Wallabies v New Zealand, Saturday 24 September, 5:05pm AEST at Eden Park, Auckland