The Wallabies will kick off their international series with a blockbuster three-game series against England.
It will start at Perth’s Optus Stadium on July 2 before heading to Brisbane and Sydney as Dave Rennie’s men look to end a recent winless streak against former rivals.
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As the eToro series is about to kick off, here’s everything you need to know about Wallabies v England
The Wallabies will face England on July 2 at Optus Stadium
It will be their first game in the three-game series, which then travels to Suncorp Stadium on July 9.
The series will conclude in Sydney, with both teams returning to the SCG for the first time in 47 years on July 16.
The Wallabies v England series will air on TV on Nine Network and Stan Sport.
The first Test between the Wallabies and England will be shown live on Chanel Nine on Saturday evening, with coverage starting at 7.30pm.
The blockbuster will also be ad-free, live and on demand, with extensive coverage on Stan Sport starting at 7.15pm. This will include a dedicated Wallabies camera, as well as the ability to watch via Spidercam.
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Wallabies v England, Saturday July 2, 5.55pm AWST / 7.55pm AEST at Optus Stadium, Perth
Wallabies v England, Saturday July 9, 7.55pm AEST at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Wallabies v England, Saturday July 16, 7.55pm AEST at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
The first Test between the Wallabies and England kicks off at 7.55pm AEST / 5.55pm AWST at Optus Stadium on Saturday July 2
Coverage will begin on Channel Nine from 7:30 p.m. AEST free-to-air.
Meanwhile, coverage will be ad-free from 7:15 p.m. AEST and will continue throughout the game on Stan Sport.
There are still a number of tickets available for the first Test between the Wallabies and England.
Tickets are selling out fast as the Wallabies look to start their 2022 international calendar on a high note
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WALLABIES (1-15): Angus Bell, Dave Porecki, Allan Allalatoa, Darcy Swain, Cadeyrn Neville, Rob Leota, Michael Hooper (c), Rob Valetini, Nic White, Quade Cooper, Marika Koroibete, Samu Kerevi, Len Ikitau, Andrew Kellaway, Tom Banks
Reservations: Folau Fainga’a, Scott Sio, James Slipper, Matt Philip, Pete Samu, Jake Gordon, Noah Lolesio, Jordan Petaia
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ENGLAND (1-15): Ellis Genge, Jamie George, Will Stuart, Maro Itjoe, Jonny Hill, Courtney Lawes (c), Tom Curry, Billy Vunipola, Danny Care, Marcus Smith, Joe Cokanasiga, Owen Farrell, Joe Marchant, Jack Nowell, Freddie Steward
Reservations: Luke Cowan-Dicke, Mako Vunipola, Joe Heyes, Ollie Chessum, Lewis Ludlam, Jack Van Poortvliet, Guy Porter, Henry Arundell
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