TV Guide: The Wallabies will try to break their 21-year Bledisloe Cup drought against the All Blacks on Nine and 9Now

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The match will be played at the MCG

The Eddie Jones era continues the chase for its first win when the underdog Wallabies try to break their 21-year Bledisloe Cup drought against the All Blacks at the MCG, on July 29 from 7:30 pm on Nine and 9Now.

The All Blacks remain the gold standard in the international arena and will be showing Australia no mercy on their way to the Rugby World Cup in September. 

Jones has made a raft of team changes to the Wallabies lineup for the MCG fixture, where the Wallabies points scoring will depend on outside backs Marika Koroibete, Mark Nawaqanitawase and Andrew Kellaway plus the new halves combination of Carter Gordon and Tate McDermott.

In commentary for Nine’s Wide World of Sports are Tim Horan, Drew Mitchell and Justin Harrison, All Blacks dual World Cup winner Sonny Bill Williams, former international Morgan Turinui, caller Sean Maloney, hosts Nick McArdle and Michael Atkinson, plus dual international Allana Ferguson on the panel.

2023 Wallabies Bledisloe Cup Series lineup


• Allan Alaalatoa
• Richie Arnold
• Angus Bell
• Pone Fa’amausili
• Matt Faessler
• Nick Frost 
• Langi Gleeson
• Jed Holloway
• Tom Hooper
• Rob Leota
• Fraser McReight
• Matt Philip
• David Porecki
• Will Skelton
• Blake Schoupp
• James Slipper
• Taniela Tupou
• Jordan Uelese
• Rob Valetini


• Quade Cooper
• Lalakai Foketi
• Carter Gordon
• Andrew Kellaway
• Samu Kerevi
• Marika Koroibete
• Ryan Lonergan
• Tate McDermott
• Mark Nawaqanitawase
• Izaia Perese
• Jordan Petaia
• Suliasi Vunivalu
• Nic White

Broadcast schedule:

Sydney – 7:30 pm LIVE on Channel 9 and 9Now
Melbourne – 7:30 pm LIVE on Channel 9 and 9Now
Brisbane – 7:30 pm LIVE on Channel 9 and 9Now
Adelaide – 7:00 pm LIVE on 9Gem and 9Now
Perth – 5:30 pm LIVE on 9Gem and 9Now

The 2023 Bledisloe Cup will be live on Channel 9 and 9Now on Saturday, July 29 from 7:30 pm.

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