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Where to watch Round 1 of the Autumn Nations Series

Where to watch Round 1 of the Autumn Nations Series

Ewan Ashman

The Autumn Nations Series is almost upon us, with Scotland taking on Australia in the first match of the 2022 edition.

Scotland were victorious in this fixture last season, winning 15-13 thanks to Ewan Ashman’s try to claim their third consecutive win over the Wallabies.

A year on from that narrow victory at BT Murrayfield, Gregor Townsend’s men are looking to return to winning ways following a heart-breaking last-gasp series defeat to Argentina in the summer.

Meanwhile, Dave Rennie’s side had a summer of ups and downs, defeating world champions South Africa and coming within seconds of victory over New Zealand, after a 2-1 series defeat to England.

Now as the Autumn Nations Series gets underway, we look at where you can watch all the action – starting with Saturday’s bumper clash in Edinburgh.

In the UK

If you are watching in the UK , Amazon Prime is the place to be, with every match of the Autumn Nations Series being streamed live on the service.

It follows last year’s successful series where again every single minute of action was streamed live on Amazon Prime.

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Stuart Hogg Scotland

This Saturday, coverage starts at 4:30pm, with all the analysis and preview content from the likes of John Barclay, Jim Hamilton and Stephen Larkham coming ahead of kick-off an hour later.

In Ireland

Irish rugby fans will be able to watch every Ireland international this autumn with broadcast coverage across Prime Video and Virgin Media Television.

Prime Video boasts every Autumn Nations Series fixture across the competition, giving fans unrivalled access to the best of men’s international rugby, including every Ireland match for the first time.

While Virgin Media will broadcast all Ireland home games and Ireland A matches.

In Australia 

If you’re watching from Australia, Stan Sport is where the action will be shown – with all Autumn Nations Series matches to be shown live and on demand.

This Saturday, coverage starts at 2:10am Australian Eastern Standard Time, with kick-off coming 20 minutes later at 2:30am.


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