Can the Wallabies make it four wins on the bounce? Today is the final day of punishment for an Argentina team who have suffered five straight defeats in the 2021 Rugby Championship. Keep reading this article for Australia vs Argentina live stream, how to watch Rugby Championship online, and more.
The Aussies come into this match looking back to their best after beating world champions South Africa two weeks in a row.
After shocking South Africa 28-26 on the Gold Coast with a last-gasp Quade Cooper penalty, the Wallabies’ impressive running game was at its devastating best at the Lang Park as center Len Ikitau and winger Marika Koroibete each notched up two tries as the Aussies noted up a stunning bonus-point 30-17 win last weekend.
They now face an Argentina side who slumped to a five-try defeat to a second-string All Blacks side last weekend, despite a determined display.
Here in this article, we explain all the ways to watch the Rugby Championship game wherever you are right now.
When and where is Australia vs Argentina Rugby Championship match taking place?
- Date: Saturday 2nd October 2021
- Start time: 8.05am BST / 5.05pm AEST / 3.05am ET
- Venue: Cbus Super Stadium, Australia
How to Watch Australia vs Argentina Live Stream Online?
FloRugby has the rights to the 2021 Rugby Championship in the States. Subscription costs $30 a month or $150 a year.
In the UK, Sky Sports has exclusive rights to the 2021 Rugby Championship, including this Saturday’s clash between the Wallabies and Pumas.
In South Africa, SuperSport is the place to watch the 2021 Rugby Championship in South Africa, Nigeria, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The African online sports channel will broadcast the games via its DStv satellite platform in South Africa.
In New Zealand, Sky Sport is showing Australia vs Argentina Live, with kick-off set for 10.05 pm NZST on Saturday night. Coverage starts at 9.30 pm.
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How to Watch Australia vs Argentina Rugby Live on TV?
Australia vs Argentina Rugby match will be broadcast live on Nine Network.
Aussie rugby fans can watch the Wallabies vs the Pumas game on Channel 9 and on 9Gem.
Coverage starts at 7.30 pm AEST, ahead of a 5.05 pm kick-off.
You can also fire up Wallabies vs Pumas live stream on the 9Now streaming service, which is completely free to use.
9Now is compatible with laptops, tablets, mobiles, Apple TV, Chromecast, Fetch, PlayStation, Amazon Fire, and smart TVs.
Round 6 – Saturday 2nd October
- Argentina vs Australia (8.05 am BST kick-off)
- South Africa vs New Zealand (11.05 am BST kick-off)