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Rugby Championship live stream: How to watch every match live
The fourth round of the 2022 Rugby Championship takes place this weekend – and it has been an intriguing tournament to date.
Argentina sit atop the table after bouncing back from an opening-round defeat by Australia to secure a record win over the Wallabies and an historic first victory over the All Blacks on New Zealand soil.
The Wallabies are in second after beating South Africa last weekend, with the world champions bottom of the standings and New Zealand third.
It’s certainly hard to predict results and this weekend sees a rematch of last weekend’s fixtures, with the All Blacks taking on the Pumas in Hamilton and the Wallabies hosting the Springboks in Sydney.
How to watch the Rugby Championship from outside your country
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Rugby Championship live stream: How to watch from the UK & Ireland
Following on from its coverage of the home nations’ July tours, Sky Sports has the rights to show all 12 of this year’s Rugby Championship matches.
New Zealand v Argentina (kick-off 8.05am UK & Ireland time) will be shown live on Sky Sports Arena from 7.55am while Australia v South Africa (10.35am) airs on the same channel from 10.30am.
If you don’t have a Sky Sports contract, don’t worry as you can stream all 11 Sky Sports channels with a NOW TV pass. It’s £33.99 for a month’s pass.
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NOW also offer broadband packages, from £18 a month.
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If you’re from the UK or Ireland but are overseas when the match takes place, you can get your normal live stream but you’ll need a VPN – see the information above.
Rugby Championship live stream: How to watch from Argentina
ESPN is the place to go to watch this year’s Rugby Championship in South America.
Rugby Championship live stream: How to watch from Australia
New Zealand v Argentina kicks off at 5.05pm AEST and Australia v South Africa gets underway at 7.35pm AEST.
It costs $10 a month to add Stan Sport to your general Stan plan – and there is also a seven-day free trial available so you could test it out first.
Rugby Championship live stream: How to watch from New Zealand
In the Land of the Long White Cloud, the Rugby Championship will be shown live on Sky Sport NZ.
New Zealand v Argentina kicks off at 7.05 pm NZ time and Australia v South Africa gets underway at 9.35 pm, with both games live on Sky Sports 1.
Rugby Championship live stream: How to watch from South Africa
SuperSport will show all Rugby Championship matches live in South Africa.
Coverage of New Zealand v Argentina (9.05 am SA time) starts at 8 am on SuperSport’s Grandstand and Rugby channels. Australia v South Africa (11.35 am) will be shown on the same channels from 11.05 am.
Rugby Championship live stream: How to watch from Asia
Outside of Japan, Premier Sports Asia has the rights to broadcast Rugby Championship matches in South East Asia and will show matches in 30 territories – Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Federated States of Micronesia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Kiribati, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Marianas, Marshall Islands, Mongolia, Nepal, Northern Marianas, North Korea, Pakistan, Palau, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Tajikistan, Taiwan (Republic of China), Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam.
A monthly subscription to Premier Sports Asia is $25.99 or a rolling annual contract is $169.
World Rugby has revealed that if the New Zealand side suffers another defeat to Argentina in Hamilton on Saturday it could drop to as low as seventh on the ladder of international rugby teams and be battling with the likes of Scotland and Wales for elite legitimacy.
The All Blacks have rarely before suffered a prolonged run of results quite like the sequence that began last November with the 29-20 loss to Ireland.
Argentina will be the higher-ranked of the two teams if they secure back-to-back wins over New Zealand, climbing to fifth and condemning the All Blacks to a new low of sixth.
Watch a South Africa vs New Zealand live stream from outside your country
If you’re abroad right now and struggling to tap into your regular coverage of the game, you’ll want a VPN. That’ll help you circumvent the geo-blocking that will try to stop you watching a South Africa vs New Zealand live stream in particular parts of the world.
They’re a useful means of getting around this issue, are cheap, and are easy to set-up as well. Here’s how it’s done.
Use a VPN to live stream South Africa vs New Zealand from anywhere
“New Zealand could fall to seventh in defeat if they lose by more than 15 points and Australia win. If Argentina and Australia both win by more than 15 points, Los Pumas will climb to fourth for the first time since Rugby World Cup 2015.”
“New Zealand will climb two places to third if they beat Argentina by more than 15 points and South Africa lose again in Australia.”
The Wallabies are another team feeling the pressure of world rankings, with an all-time low staring them in the face if the Springboks beat them convincingly and the All Blacks stumble once again.
“The Wallabies can fall two places to a new low of eighth if they lose by more than 15 points and Argentina avoid defeat against New Zealand.”
A week after a historic loss to the Pumas in Christchurch, it’s again must-win territory for Ian Foster’s embattled All Blacks.
The All Blacks are not just trying to stay alive in the Rugby Championship by beating the Pumas in Hamilton on Saturday night, they’re fighting for the team’s reputation and respect as they aim to avoid a fourth-straight defeat on home soil.