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How to watch and listen to Round 4 of the Autumn Nations Series

How to watch and listen to Round 4 of the Autumn Nations Series

Guy Porter celebrates scoring a try with Jonny Hill and Marcus Smith12/11/2022

Autumn Nations Series action reaches a cracking conclusion this weekend with a pair of thrilling matches set to awe and entertain.

Wales wrap up their 2022 with the visit of Australia to Cardiff, Wayne Pivac’s men hoping to bounce back from their 13-12 defeat to Georgia last weekend.

And later on Saturday, England are involved in another mammoth clash as world champions South Africa travel to Twickenham.

Ahead of the weekend, here’s where you can follow all the action.


Both matches this weekend are being broadcast live exclusively on Amazon Prime in the UK, replete with pre- and post-match reaction.

Wales take on Australia at Principality Stadium at 3.15pm local time, with England taking on South Africa at Twickenham in a 5.30pm kick-off.

For fans unable to watch, you can listen to the action live on talkSPORT radio.


Much like the UK, all of this weekend’s Autumn Nations Series action will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime in Ireland.

Virgin Media Two broadcasted all three of Ireland’s Autumn Nations Series matches, but the only place to catch England v South Africa and Wales v Australia is via Amazon Prime.


Sky Italia is the place to be to follow the final two Autumn Nations Series matches after Italy gave a great account of themselves in the first three rounds.

Sky Sport Arena is the channel to tune in to, with both Wales v Australia and England v South Africa shown back-to-back.


France may have ended the Autumn Nations Series and the calendar year unbeaten after defeating Japan on Sunday, but those based in the country can still catch the rest of the action.

The upcoming matches in Cardiff and London can be streamed live either on L’Equipe or BeIn Sports via myCanal.

South Africa

SuperSport is the place to be if you want to watch action from South Africa this coming weekend, including their contest against England in London.

The streaming service will be showing the Springboks’ showdown with Eddie Jones’ men and also Wales versus Australia.

SuperSport is available on TV, but can also be accessed on PC, Mac and the app for mobile phones and tablets, and can cost anywhere from R269 per month.

New Zealand

Once again, Sky Sport is the place to be to follow all the Autumn Nations Series action in New Zealand this weekend.

Wales against Australia will be shown live on Sky Sport 2 and England’s mouth-watering match versus South Africa will be broadcast on Sky Sport 1.


Streaming service Stan Sport is the place to watch the final matches of the Autumn Nations Series if you are in Australia, with the service holding the rights to all encounters taking place.

For new subscribers there is a seven-day free trial if you want a taste of the action, while for those that already subscribe to Stan there, it will cost an extra $10 to add the sport service to your plan if necessary.

The Wallabies’ match against Wales in Cardiff will take place early on Sunday morning Down Under, with England against South Africa also available to watch on the service.


Los Pumas ended their Autumn Nation Series with a fiery defeat to Scotland last Saturday.

This Saturday, you can watch both contests from the weekend on EnStarPlus, an ESPN streaming service in South America.


WOWOW is the place to be if you want to watch this weekend’s matches in Japan.

Both of Saturday’s matches are available on the service, beginning with a 12.15am Japanese time start early on Sunday morning for the first game of the weekend between Wales and Australia.

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