• The international test matches, starting Sunday 12 November on SBS, see the Wallabies up against the national teams from Wales, England and Scotland. (Photo credit: Stuart Walmsley )
SBS will broadcast three upcoming rugby union matches from the Wallabies 2017 Spring Tour.
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SBS Guide

2 Nov 2017 - 9:31 AM  UPDATED 2 Nov 2017 - 9:31 AM

SBS has once again secured the exclusive free-to-air rights to bring premium international sport to all Australians; and will be broadcasting three upcoming rugby union matches from the Wallabies 2017 Spring Tour.  

The international test matches, starting Sunday 12 November on SBS, see the Wallabies up against the national teams from Wales, England and Scotland.

The end of year tour will be hard-fought for a buoyant Wallabies, fresh off a huge win over the All Blacks, as they face their traditional Northern Hemisphere rivals on their own turf.

The Wallabies Spring Tour will be live, free and available in HD on SBS, as well as streamed live online via SBS On Demand.

 

Wallabies Spring Tour schedule

Sunday 12th November, SBS

4am AEDT (kick off 4.15am)

Wales v Australia

(Live from Principality Stadium, Cardiff)

 

Saturday 18th November, SBS

1.45am AEDT (kick off 2am)

England v Australia

(Live from Twickenham, London)

 

Saturday 25th November, SBS VICELAND

1.15am AEDT (kick off 1.30am)

Scotland v Australia

(Live from Murrayfield, Edinburgh) 

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