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Australia v England live stream: How to watch the 2022 Test series

Australia beat England for the first time since 2015 last weekend in Perth and this Saturday they will be hoping to wrap up the Test series with another victory in Brisbane.

Taniela Tupou returns at tighthead for the Wallabies and has been talking in the build-up of how he and Ellis Genge will want to “smash” each other.

Matt Philip comes into the second row for the banned Darcy Swain and there are injury-enforced changes in the back-line. Jordan Petaia starts a Test at full-back for the first time, while Tom Wright and Hunter Paisami come in at wing and outside-centre respectively.

Eddie Jones has picked two debutants in his England back-line – wing Tommy Freeman and centre Guy Porter, who lived in Australia for 15 years before joining Leicester Tigers in 2020.

Jack van Poortlviet, who won his first cap off the bench in the Perth defeat, starts at scrum-half and Sam Underhill comes into the back row for Tom Curry, who has been ruled out of the series with concussion.

Interestingly, Jones has named six forwards on the bench, perhaps looking for those replacements to make an impact at the breakdown after England struggled in that area last week.

These are the line-ups for the second Test in Brisbane and below we explain how you can watch the match.

Australia: Jordan Petaia; Tom Wright, Hunter Paisami, Samu Kerevi, Marika Koroibete; Noah Lolesio, Nic White; Angus Bell, David Porecki, Taniela Tupou, Matt Philip, Cadeyrn Neville, Rob Leota, Michael Hooper (captain), Rob Valetini.

Replacements: Folau Fainga’a, Scott Sio, James Slipper, Nick Frost, Pete Samu, Jake Gordon, James O’Connor, Izaia Perese.

England: Freddie Steward; Jack Nowell, Guy Porter, Owen Farrell, Tommy Freeman; Marcus Smith, Jack van Poortlviet; Ellis Genge, Jamie George, Will Stuart, Maro Itoje, Jonny Hill, Courtney Lawes (captain), Sam Underhill, Billy Vunipola.

Replacements: Luke Cowan-Dickie, Mako Vunipola, Joe Heyes, Ollie Chessum, Lewis Ludlam, Jack Willis, Danny Care, Henry Arundell.

How to watch Australia v England from outside your country
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Australia v England live stream: How to watch from the UK & Ireland
All of England’s Tests against Australia will be shown live on Sky Sports and kick off at 10.55am UK & Ireland time.

The second Australia v England match on Saturday 9 July will be live on Sky Sports’ Main Event and Action channels, with coverage starting at 10.15am.

If you don’t have a Sky Sports contract, don’t worry as you can stream all 11 Sky Sports channels with a NOW TV pass.

If you just want to watch this match, it’s £11.99 for a day membership. Or there is currently a special offer on a monthly membership of £25 (usually £33.99), which would allow you to watch England’s Tests this summer as well as those of Ireland, Scotland and Wales. And you can cancel at any time.

If you’re from the UK but are overseas when the match takes place, you can get your normal live stream but you’ll need a VPN – see the information above.

Australia v England live stream: How to watch from Australia

This Test series can be streamed live on Stan Sports in Australia and the first Test kicks off at 7.55pm in Brisbane, with coverage of the second Test from 7.15am.

It costs $10 a month to add Stan Sport to your general Stan plan – and there is also a seven-day free trial available so you could test it out first.

 

Australia v England live stream: How to watch from New Zealand

In the Land of the Long White Cloud, head to Sky Sport NZ to watch Australia take on England.

The second Test kicks off at 9.55pm in New Zealand and coverage starts at 9.40pm on Sky Sport NZ1.

Australia v England live stream: How to watch from South Africa

If you want to watch the Test series between Australia and England from South Africa, SuperSport is the place to go.

The second Test kicks off at 11.55am South Africa time and coverage starts at 11.20am on SuperSport’s Grandstand and Rugby channels.

Australia v England live stream: How to watch from the USA

The official broadcaster of summer tour matches in the States is FloRugby.

The Australia v England matches will kick off at 5.55am on the East Coast and 2.55am on the West Coast, and they will be streamed on its FloRugby platform.

It costs $29.99 for a monthly subscription or $150 for the annual subscription, with both packages giving you access to the entire FloSports network.

By David

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