Wallabies vs Argentina live stream: How to watch Tri Nations rugby online and on TV

Wallabies vs Argentina live stream: How to watch Tri Nations rugby online and on TV

The Tri Nations is essentially sewn up but that doesn’t mean tonight’s encounter between the Wallabies and Argentina at Bankwest Stadium in Sydney won’t be worth viewing. Here’s how to live stream Australia vs Argentina, or watch it on TV.

The final game of the 2020 Tri Nations series will kick off at 7:45pm (AEDT).

How to watch Australia vs Argentina live stream Take your pick of the many ways to live stream Saturday’s Tri Nations Round 6 match. For Australian viewers, 10play is your only free streaming option but will require an account to watch Wallabies versus Pumas live.

Otherwise, you can watch the clash on Kayo Sports who will mirror Fox Sports’ coverage and commentary of the game live and on-demand. If you’re a new customer, you can take advantage of Kayo’s 14-day free trial. Alternatively, you can purchase a $25 monthly subscription to the streaming service.

Foxtel Now will similarly carry Fox Sports’ live broadcast and they also offer a free trial lasting ten days for new customers. Otherwise, you can live stream the game by subscribing for a heftier monthly price, so long as you include the sports package in your plan.

How to watch Australia vs Argentina on TV There are two options to choose from to watch your final dose of Tri Nations rugby on TV for another year. Both will have around 45 minutes of pre-game coverage and conclude their broadcast three hours later.

Network Ten will continue their showing of all the Wallabies games on their main free-to-air channel. It will begin at 7pm (AEDT) and will air across the country, just make sure to double-check on your local guide that Wallabies versus Argentina isn’t screening on any of Ten’s other channels.

Foxtel is your pay-TV option to view the game and will, likewise, start their pre-game hype at 7pm (AEDT) on Fox Sports 505. They will also have a post-game review lasting half-an-hour.

If you can’t watch the game and want to stay in the loop, or just want to chat rugby will fellow-minded fans, come along to The Roar’s live blog covering the in-game action.