England tackles Australia today at Twickenham in what will be England’s second Autumn International of 2021. Eddie Jones’ side trashed Tonga 69-3 last week, clocking up 11 tries in the process. The Wallabies will prove a much tougher challenge, however. It’s kick-off time this late afternoon and the game is free on Amazon Prime. Rugby Australia vs England 2022 TV Coverage and Live Stream Details.
The two sides last met at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. England where the 40-16 winners on that occasion, but Jones’ risky decision to name Tuilagi on the wing could provide Australia with opportunities to breakthrough. and UK rugby fans can watch for free on Amazon Prime. Follow our guide to watching an England vs Australia live stream from anywhere.
The team news is in and Owen Farrell is set to return for England following a false-positive covid test result. The captain will shift inside, leaving space for Marcus Smith, 22, to make this third Test start at fly-half. Manu Tuilagi replaces Newcastle’s Adam Radwan on the wing. Also, Check Top 10 Rugby Teams In The World.
“It is probably hard for the English to understand how important this is for Australia. It doesn’t matter whether it is Olympics, rugby league, this is the game that defines a season.”
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Australia, who were narrowly beaten by Scotland last week, have made a few changes to their matchday XV. Ellis Genge has withdrawn from Saturday’s match against England after testing positive for covid, while Bevan Rodd features at prop.
If you’re prepared for some early starts you can stream the 2021 Autumn Internationals – including England vs Australia – live on Stan. The Aussie streaming service costs $10 a month, plus you’ll need the Sports add-on at an additional $20 a month.
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