Rugby Australia has confirmed the Bledisloe Cup Test in Perth has been shifted a week to August 28 at Optus Stadium. Originally slated for August 21, the Test will be the third and final match in the Bledisloe series as the second Test moves to New Zealand on Saturday 14 August, with the first two games set to be played at Eden Park.
The choice comes following the respite put on the movement bubble among Australia and New Zealand following the new episode of COVID the nation over.
“It’s never a simple choice to change a timetable and right off the bat, I need to thank the Western Australian Government for their help and understanding as we kept on defeating obstacles,” RA CEO Andy Marinos said in an articulation.
“The new trans-Tasman bubble conclusion, New Zealand wellbeing orders and State line terminations and lockdowns, have constrained us to make number of changes yet Porno Gratis we’re extraordinarily amped up for the timetable ahead.
“It is uplifting news for Rugby fans in Western Australia with the Test set for Saturday 28 August. For any fan that had a ticket for the first date – kindly have confidence, you will be consequently moved to the new date. On the off chance that you presently can’t make it however, you will be offered the porno mexicano videos chance for a full discount.
“We can hardly wait for the group to run out at Optus Stadium and see another full house cheer on the Wallabies.”
2023 BLEDISLOE CUP NEW DATES AND FIXTURES
New Zealand v Wallabies, Saturday 7 August at Eden Park, Auckland at 5.05pm AEST
New Zealand v Wallabies, Saturday 14 August at Eden Park, Auckland at 5.05pm AEST
Wallabies v New Zealand, Saturday 28 August at Optus Stadium, Perth at 6.00pm AWST