How to watch rugby tonight

The Wallabies take charge England in a rugby decider for the Ella-Mobbs Trophy in Sydney tonight. Here’s how you can watch the game live or on TV.



The match is due to start at 7:55 p.m. (AEST – Sydney/Melboure).

How to watch Australia v England live in Australia

Stan Sports and Channel nine hold the rights to most rugby union matches for Australian audiences.

For the Wallabies v England, you have two options for watching the game. You can either watch for free on the 9Now streaming service or enjoy an ad-free experience with more extensive pre- and post-game coverage by signing up to Stan Sport.

New subscribers are entitled to a 7-day free trial before the subscription starts at a minimum of $20 per month depending on the plan you want.

Stan Sport will also feature a full replay of the game as well as scaled down versions featuring extended highlights and shorter highlights.

If you want the free version, Channel 9’s 9Now service is available on smart TVs, mobile devices, and through an internet browser if you’re on a laptop. You need to create a free account to use the service and, like Stan, you need to be in Australia to watch.

How to watch Australia v England on TV

If you prefer to watch a traditional TV show for free, Channel Nine will broadcast the games across Australia on its main channel which is Channel 90 for most metropolitan cities from 7.30pm AEST.

If you are in the regions or in a time zone other than AEST, check your local guides for the correct channel. If you watch free-to-air on Foxtel, it’s channel 100 for standard definition or 209 for high definition.

Of course, if you can’t access a TV or just want to follow the game with rugby tragedies, we’ll cover the game here on the roar with a live blog of the action.

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