WE’RE all set for one of the ties of the pool stage as Australia take on Wales in the Rugby World Cup.
The Aussies suffered an almighty scare in their opening match – trailing Fiji for 61 minutes before going on to claim a 39-21 bonus point win.
Opponents Wales got the job done early against Georgia as they claimed their bonus point before half time – but Warren Gatland will be a little concerned with the way they tailed off in the second half of their 43-14 win.
With both sides getting opening wins under their belt, this match looks almost certain to decide who will finish top of Pool D.
What time does Australia vs Wales kick off?
Australia vs Wales will take place on Sunday, September 29.
It will kick off at 8.45am UK time – 4.15pm in Japan and 5.15pm in Sydney.
The Tokyo Stadium is the venue for the match.
What TV channel is Australia vs Wales on and can I live stream it?
Australia vs Wales is live on ITV1 in the UK.
To stream the match live, head to the ITV Hub.
In Australia, it is live on Fox Sports and Network Ten.
Can I watch Australia vs Wales for free?
Yes. ITV and the ITV Hub are free for all UK viewers with a TV Licence.
A TV licence costs £154.50 and can be purchased here.
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