After taking part in their first Test match on home soil in over a decade, the Wallaroos look to improve as they battle the Black Ferns. This is The Roar’s guide to all the key information you need to know about the game.
The match is set to begin at 3pm (AEST) on Saturday, August 25 at Eden Park.
A record-breaking crowd of 28,846 were in attendance to watch the Wallaroos put up a brave fight in their 31-11 loss to the Black Ferns last week.
The victory means that the New Zealanders retain the Laurie O’Reilly Memorial Trophy, although the Australians will still be eager to prove themselves against their fierce rivals.
Black Ferns captain Fiao’o Faamausili nabbed an unlikely hattrick in the win, with the 37-year-old leading the world champions to victory.
With nine debutants, the Wallaroos did their country proud despite the defeat and will look to only improve this Saturday afternoon when they travel across the ditch.
How to watch the game on TV
Foxtel subscribers have exclusive access to the women’s game on Channel 501.
The contest kicks off at 3pm (AEST) and will wrap up two hours later as the pre-game show gets underway for Game 2 of the Bledisloe Cup.
How to live stream the game online
If you want to watch the game but can’t get to a TV, there’s no dramas. There are two ways you can stream the match live online.
Foxtel customers can catch the game online through the Foxtel App. It’s free to download and use, but only if you register an account with a valid email.
Alternatively, if you are not a Foxtel customer, you can still tune into the game through Foxtel Now. It is a streaming-only option, with subscription packages available for purchase.
Wallaroos vs Black Ferns
Date: Saturday, August 25
Kick-off: 3pm (AEST)
Venue: Eden Park, New Zealand
TV: Live, Fox Sports (501)
Online: Live, Foxtel Now, Foxtel App
Last Meeting: Black Ferns 31-11 at ANZ Stadium
Last Meeting at venue: Black Ferns 67-3 at Eden Park
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