Wales vs Australia rugby TV channel and live stream information

Wales are the form team heading into this mouthwatering Autumn international clash with Australia this weekend.

Warren Gatland’s men have won all of their last six fixtures – including a dominant victory over Scotland in their opening game of this end-of-year series last week.

But the opposition does get tougher this weekend, with Australia the visitors to the Principality Stadium.

Despite only winning two of their last six, Australia remain one of the biggest forces in world rugby and will provide one of the toughest tests for this Welsh team ahead of next summer’s World Cup.

So, when is this Autumn international match? Where can you watch it? And what is the latest team news?

Here is all you need to know…

When is the game?

The game takes place on Saturday 10 November.

Kick-off will be at 5:20pm.

Where is the game being played?

The game is being played at Wales’ Principality Stadium.

Is the game on TV?

All of the action will be available to watch on BBC Two.

Those with a more Welsh persuasion can also catch the action on S4C.

Can you live stream the game?

If you are in the UK and have a TV licence, you can stream the action live through the BBC iPlayer.

Wales team news

Gareth Anscombe has retained the Wales fly-half role ahead of Dan Biggar for Saturday’s Under Armour Series clash against Australia.

Anscombe impressed during Wales’ 21-10 victory over Scotland last weekend, when Northampton number 10 Biggar was unavailable as England-based players were ruled out because that game fell outside World Rugby’s autumn Test window.

Biggar and his fellow British and Irish Lions back – Saracens wing Liam Williams – are on the bench, with the Welsh Rugby Union announcing three changes as head coach Warren Gatland hands starts to Worcester wing Josh Adams, Exeter prop Tomas Francis and Ospreys lock Adam Beard.

Wales: 15-Leigh Halfpenny, 14-George North, 13-Jonathan Davies, 12-Hadleigh Parkes, 11-Josh Adams, 10-Gareth Anscombe, 9-Gareth Davies, 8-Ross Moriarty, 7-Justin Tipuric, 6-Dan Lydiate, 5-Alun Wyn Jones (captain), 4-Adam Beard, 3-Tomas Francis, 2-Ken Owens, 1-Nicky Smith

Replacements: 16-Elliot Dee, 17-Rob Evans, 18-Dillon Lewis, 19-Cory Hill, 20-Ellis Jenkins, 21-Tomos Williams, 22-Dan Biggar, 23-Liam Williams.

Australia team news

15-Dane Haylett-Petty, 14-Israel Folau, 13-Samu Kerevi, 12-Kurtley Beale, 11-Sefa Naivalu, 10-Bernard Foley, 9-Will Genia, 8-David Pocock, 7-Michael Hooper (captain), 6-Jack Dempsey, 5-Adam Coleman, 4-Izack Rodda, 3-Allan Alaalatoa, 2-Tolu Latu, 1-Scott Sio

Replacements: 16-Tatafu Polota-Nau, 17-Sekope Kepu, 18-Taniela Tupou, 19-Rob Simmons, 20-Ned Hanigan, 21-Nick Phipps, 22-Matt To’omua, 23-Jack Maddocks

Betting odds

Wales 5/6

Australia 11/10

Odds supplied by Paddy Power.

Who else is playing this week?

Saturday November 10

Italy vs Georgia, 2pm, TV to be confirmed

Scotland vs Fiji, 2:30pm, BBC One

England vs New Zealand, 3pm, Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Action

Wales vs Australia, 5:20pm, BBC Two/S4C

Ireland vs Argentina, 6:30pm, Channel 4

France vs South Africa, 7:45pm, TV to be confirmed

What other Autumn internationals are to come?

Saturday November 17

Italy vs Australia, 2pm, TV to be confirmed

Wales vs Tonga, 2:30pm, BBC One, S4C

England vs Japan, 3pm, Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Action

Scotland vs South Africa, 5:20pm, BBC Two

Ireland vs New Zealand, 7pm, Channel 4

France vs Argentina, 7:45pm, TV to be confirmed

Saturday November 24

Italy vs New Zealand, 2pm, TV to be confirmed

Scotland vs Argentina, 2:30pm, BBC One

England vs Australia, 3pm, Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Action

Wales vs South Africa, 5:20pm, BBC Two/S4C

Ireland vs USA, 6:30pm, Channel 4

France vs Fiji, 7:45pm, TV to be confirmed

Saturday December 1

Barbarians vs Argentina, 2:30pm, BBC Two

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