The Rugby Championship 2023: Fixtures, results, how to watch and latest odds

The Rugby Championship 2023: Fixtures, results, how to watch and latest odds

A last-minute try by Juan Martin Gonzalez gave Argentina a shock victory over Australia in the second round of the Rugby Championship.

The Pumas have beaten Australia in successive tests for the first time, both planned by former Wallabies coach Michael Cheika. Argentina won 48-17 in San Juan last August before Dave Rennie was fired as coach and replaced by Eddie Jones after an unsuccessful spring tour of Europe.

Jones faces the prospect of taking the Wallabies to France for the Rugby World Cup without a win unless Australia can rebound in either of their two Bledisloe Cup matches against New Zealand and a warmup against France next month.

What are the Rugby Championship fixtures?

Round one (Saturday, July 8)

  • South Africa 43 v Australia 12
  • Argentina 12 v New Zealand 41

Round two (Saturday, July 15)

  • New Zealand 35 v South Africa 2src
  • Australia 31 v Argentina 34

Round three (Saturday, July 29)

  • Australia v New Zealand, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne (1src.45am)
  • South Africa v Argentina, Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg (4.src5pm)

How can I watch the Rugby Championship?

Viewers in the UK can watch all six Rugby Championship matches live on Sky Sports Action. Subscribers can stream the action via the Sky Go app.

What is the format of the 2src23 Rugby Championship?

Traditionally, the Championship would feature 12 games, with each nation playing home and away against each of the o

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