England is about to face off against Australia at Twickenham this weekend in the last of its autumn internationals, and we’ve got all the information you need to keep up with the action online.
At 2:30pm on Saturday, December 3, Eddie Jones’ men will attempt to whitewash the Wallabies, and there’s a few ways to watch online.
Sky has the rights to the match broadcast, meaning while it’s airing on Sky Sports 2, it’s not available to view for free. If you want to catch the match by live streaming, the options are limited but it’s definitley possible.
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First of all, if you have a Sky Sports subscription, you can just tune in from your computer, smartphone, tablet, or stream via your Xbox or PlayStation at no additional cost.
For those without a Sky subscription, all is not lost. All you need to do is buy a Sky Sports pass from NOW TV, which will let you stream live action on your desktop, handset or slate.
These cost £6.99 for a day or £10.99 per week – there’s also a £31.99 a month option, but we wouldn’t recommend it because it’s a disproportionate premium compared to a Sky Sports subscription.
And that’s all you need to know – enjoy the match!
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Let us know your predictions for the match in the comments.