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Where to watch Autumn Nations Series Week 2 around the Globe

Where to watch Autumn Nations Series Week 2 around the Globe

Where to watch Autumn Nations Series Week 2 around the Globe

Here’s your round-up of where you can watch the Autumn Nations Series from around the globe.

Tonga’s Saturday clash against England is available to watch online through Amazon Prime Video, while also being broadcasted terrestrially in the UK on Channel 4.

Tonga’s trip to Twickenham this weekend will see them face off against England for the first time since the 2019 World Cup, which saw Eddie Jones’ side come away with an impressive 35-3 win.

New Zealand’s encounter versus Italy in Rome is also available to stream on Amazon Prime Video with kick-off in the Italian capital getting underway at 1pm on Saturday.

In Japan, Brave Blossom’s fans can catch the game against Ireland via WOWOW in another Saturday 1pm kick off.

South Africa’s trip to the Principality Stadium on Saturday afternoon to face Wales is available both on Amazon Prime and on SuperSport with kick off getting underway at 5:30pm.

The final Saturday game between France and Argentina is available to Los Pumas fans via Prime Video and ESPN SPUR too, with kick off at 8pm.

And the last game of Week 2 of the Autumn Nations Series, Scotland against Australia is available to watch for Wallabies fans over on Stan Sport, with the game also being streamed on Amazon Prime Video too.

Autumn Nations Series Round 2: 

Saturday 6 November: 

13:00:  

Ireland v Japan (Aviva Stadium) In Ireland: Channel 4/ RTÉ2 / RTÉ Player / In Japan: WOWOW

Italy v New Zealand (Stadio Olimpico) Amazon Prime Video

15:15: 

England v Tonga (Twickenham Stadium) Amazon Prime Video

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17:30: 

Wales v South Africa (Principality Stadium) Amazon Prime Video / In South Africa: SuperSport

20:00: 

France v Argentina (Stade De France) Amazon Prime Video / In Argentina: ESPN SPUR

Sunday 7 November: 

14:15: 

Scotland v Australia (BT Murrayfield) Amazon Prime Video / In Australia: Stan Sport

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