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Wallabies forwards coach Dan McKellar has revealed banged up captain Michael Hooper is no certainty to tackle the world champion Springboks on Sunday as James O’Connor looms as a potential playmaking saviour on the Gold Coast.
Rugby Championship live stream: How to watch every match live
The Rugby Championship is back to a full complement this year as South Africa return to the fold along with Argentina, Australia and New Zealand, but the pandemic has caused more disruption.
Opening matches were staged in New Zealand and South Africa, with further fixtures scheduled to take place in Australasia, but now all remaining games will be staged solely in Australia due to Covid-19.
The third Bledisloe Cup match was staged in Perth on Sunday 5 September and all other games will be played in Queensland.
Sunday 12 September
New Zealand v Argentina (8.05am, Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast)
Australia v South Africa (11.05am, Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast)
Saturday 18 September
Australia v South Africa (8.05am, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane)
New Zealand v Argentina (11.05am, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane)
Saturday 25 September
New Zealand v South Africa (8.05am, Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville)
Australia v Argentina (11.05am, Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville)
Saturday 2 October
New Zealand v South Africa (8.05am, Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast)
Australia v Argentina (11.05am, Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast)
How to watch Rugby Championship from the UK & Ireland
Following on from the British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa, Sky Sports’ rugby coverage continues with the Rugby Championship.