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Rugby Champs : All Blacks v Australia at Eden Park in Auckland

The All Blacks will be looking to wrap up the Bledisloe Cup for another year when they face the Wallabies at Eden Park. Ian Foster’s side came away with the 33-25 win at their Eden Park cauldron and are hoping to repeat their efforts on August 14.  Argentina, All Blacks vs Australia, New Zealand and South Africa are all in action over the coming weekend .

The Rugby Championship is an international rugby union competition contested annually by Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. Prior to the 2012 tournament, when Argentina joined, it was known as the Tri Nations.

For the 2021 series, South Africa Withdraw from the championship due to South African government travel restrictions, player welfare and safety concerns related to COVID-19.

This meant that the competition temporarily returned to its previous Tri-Nations format – played across six weekends with each team playing each other twice.

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.

The world champions didn’t take part last year due to the pandemic, leaving the other three sides to play a Tri-Nations. The All Blacks lifted the trophy, but they were stunned by Argentina, who also drew twice with the Wallabies.

New Zealand warmed up for this year’s tournament with a 33-25 victory over Australia in the first Bledisloe Cup fixture. The two sides meet again at Eden Park this Saturday and that clash is part of the Rugby Championship.

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Once you configured your device to use Smart DNS service, access Tri-Nations Rugby Championship via any of the link(s) below.

Note: Other than 10play.com.au, you will need to have an account with the TV provider(s) above to watch All Blacks v Australia stream. This is in addition to the Smart DNS service which allows you to bypass location check.

Here are this year’s fixtures – the majority of the tournament is being played in Australasia due to Covid-19 – and below you’ll find all the broadcast information you need to watch the matches.

2021 Rugby Championship Fixtures (kick-off times UK & Ireland)

Saturday 14 August 

New Zealand v Australia (8.05am, Eden Park)

South Africa v Argentina (4.05pm, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium)

Saturday 21 August

Argentina v South Africa (4.05pm, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium)

Saturday 28 August 

Australia v New Zealand (11am, Optus Stadium)

Saturday 11 September

New Zealand v Argentina (8.05am, Eden Park)

Sunday 12 September

Australia v South Africa (6am, Sydney Cricket Ground)

Saturday 18 September 

Australia v South Africa (6am, Suncorp Stadium)

New Zealand v Argentina (8.05am, Sky Stadium)

Saturday 25 September

New Zealand v South Africa (8.05am, Forsyth Barr Stadium)

Australia v Argentina (10.45am, McDonald Jones Stadium)

Saturday 2 October

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