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Bledisloe Cup New Zealand vs Australia live stream: How to watch game one
Nearly a year has passed since New Zealand and Australia last played Test rugby, the All Blacks finishing third at last year’s World Cup and the Wallabies bowing out a couple of weeks earlier following a quarter-final defeat by England.
Now international rugby is back on the agenda, with back-to-back Bledisloe Cup fixtures in New Zealand over the next two weeks. The All Blacks have dominated these fixtures for the last two decades, with the Wallabies aiming to get their hands on the Bledisloe Cup for the first time since 2002.
This weekend's clash marks the first of two consecutive home ties for the All Blacks in this four-match series. The two teams are set to meet next weekend at Eden Park in Auckland ahead of game three next month at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, with the series concluding with Game 4 at Sydney's ANZ Stadium on December 12 - a match that's also set to double as the final game of the Rugby Championship.
With a huge war of words breaking out between the two countries' rugby associations over the scheduling of this year's games along with disagreements over Covid-19 precautions, there's a fair chance that the growing off-field animosity could spill out onto the pitch.
With the Wallabies deploying a vastly inexperienced side - over a third of Dave Rennie's 44-man squad are uncapped - New Zealand are understandably big favourites to take this opening game.
The first of four Bledisloe Cup matches signals the eagerly anticipated recommencement of the international rugby calendar - and we have your full guide to getting a New Zealand vs Australia live stream, no matter where in the world you are.
This, the first of two consecutive Tests set to be played on the All Blacks home turf on consecutive Sunday afternoons takes place at Wellington’s Sky Stadium, with the the second Test set to be played a week later at Eden Park in Auckland.
There's no free way to watch in New Zealand - Sky Sports has the coverage in New Zealand. For those without a subscription, free-to-air Prime will have delayed coverage of today's game as well as each All Blacks match during the tournament.
If you're looking to stream the coverage live to your mobile device, Sky Go is the service you need.