The International Rugby Season is just around the corner with the Rugby Championship kicking off in late July, and you can be assured the Wallabies are focused on finishing strong ahead of the upcoming World Cup. The quest for redemption begins with contests against South Africa, Argentina and New Zealand, and you won’t miss a minute of the action when watching at home on TV or streaming the matches live to your mobile device.
The Wallabies travel to Port Elizabeth to face the Springboks, who are on a high after defeating the All Blacks away in Wellington.
The Springboks will play their only two home Tests in 2019 in Johannesburg and Pretoria when they host the Wal
With the Rugby Championship being seen as little more than a World Cup warmup for the southern hemisphere’s top four nations the abridged tournament could produce a surprise or two amid the tinkering with tactics and selections.
Champions New Zealand and South Africa have already torpedoed the notion that they will go all-out to claim the trophy, confirming that players will be rested for their respective openers against Argentina and Australia.
The Pumas have signalled a greater intent, selecting overseas-based players in a squad laden with much of the buoyant Jaguares side that reached their first Super Rugby final less than two weeks ago.