Bledisloe Cup 3 live stream: How to watch Australia vs New Zealand online and on TV

Bledisloe Cup 3 live stream: How to watch Australia vs New Zealand online and on TV

The Bledisloe Cup hits Australian shores as the Wallabies take on the All Blacks in tonight’s do-or-die clash at ANZ Stadium, Sydney. Here is all the information you need to live stream Game 3 of the series and watch it on TV.

The Wallabies return to Australia after being dominated at Eden Park which means tonight’s game is a must-win. Dave Rennie’s men will need to be at their best if they are to come away with the victory as there have been some surprise selections due to injury in the new-look side.

The match also doubles as the first of the 2020 Tri Nations, which has replaced the Rugby Championship after the Springboks’ withdrawal.

Bledisloe 3 start time

The 2020 Bledisloe Cup’s Game 3 will kick off at 7:45pm (AEDT). For Queensland viewers, that’s a 6:45pm start, while it’s 6:15pm for viewers in the Northern Territory. The South Australian start is 7:15pm and for Western Australians, it’s 4:45pm. For New Zealanders across the ditch, it’s quite a late start beginning at 9:45pm.

How to watch Bledisloe 3 live stream

If you are looking to watch the game on a live stream or from a device, there are quite a few choices.

Firstly, Kayo Sports will live stream the game on their platform. The Australian streaming service requires a $25 per month subscription, but also offers a free 14-day trial for new customers.

Your Next option is the free streaming service, 10 Play, where you can watch the game live. Again, this is only for Australian viewers.

Alternatively, Foxtel Now will live stream the match. The platform is on the more expensive side, although there is a ten-day free trial available for new customers.

How to Bledisloe 3 on TV

If you prefer to watch the game on TV, whether on pay-TV or free-to-air, there are two choices.

For free-to-air coverage, Network Ten will be hosting the match. It’ll be shown on their main channel across the country, with coverage starting 45 minutes before kick-off.

Foxtel is your pay-TV option and will host the game on their Fox Sports 505 channel. Like Ten, they’ll have a 45-minute pre-game show.

Don’t forget, you can follow all the action via our live blog, highlights and post-game wrap-up right here on The Roar.