How to watch Bledisloe Cup Game 2: Wallabies vs All Blacks live online

Posted: 18 October 2020 10:37 am

Wallabies vs All Blacks

After last week's thrilling draw, Australia and New Zealand square off again with the Bledisloe Cup well and truly alive. This is how to watch.

SUMMARY: Bledisloe Cup Game 2 will be live on 10 Bold, 10 play and Fox Sports. So if you have access to either of Network 10's options you can watch the game for free. If not your best option is to stream the match in HD on Kayo Sports. You can watch via Kayo for no cost using this 14-day free trial. This gets you access to all its unique features and 50 additional live sports.

It is no exaggeration to say the Bledisloe Cup has regularly been decided after just one match in recent times. With the series often made up of just two games, if holders New Zealand won the opener, the Wallabies' hopes would be in tatters for another year.

So a 16-16 draw in the opening match in Wellington is reason enough to give the Australians hope of ending a drought that dates way back to 2003. Plus with this year's series being held over four matches, the cup will still be up for grabs regardless of the result in game two.

When is game 2 of the 2020 Bledisloe Cup?

The second match is being held at a graveyard for visiting Australian teams, Eden Park in Auckland, where the Wallabies haven't won a Test match since 1986. Kick-off is at 2pm AEDT on Sunday 18 October.

How to watch Bledisloe Cup Game 2 live in Australia

Bledisloe Cup Game 2 is on 10 Bold and 10 play, Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports are all options for this world-class rugby clash. The match won't be shown on Channel 10 or in HD due to the Bathurst 1000. Both Kayo and Foxtel will have the game in HD, ad-free during play and replays so you can watch on demand. We have a full guide to the Bledisloe Cup for you with all the viewing details.


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Live stream the Bledisloe Cup on Kayo Sports

If you are yet to experience Kayo Sports, the streaming service currently has a 14-day free trial for new users. That means you can watch this Bledisloe match-up and more than 50 sports for no cost as you take it all for a test-drive.

Kayo Sports is showing all Bledisloe Cup matches and the remainder of this year's Rugby Championship live and in HD. After the trial period, a Basic subscription costs $25 a month and allows you to stream on two screens at the same time. There is also a Premium option that gives you a third screen for $35 a month

Another factor that sets Kayo apart is its special features. No Spoilers and From Start ensure you watch the match on your terms. There is a Key Moments Timeline, along with a highlights package called Kayo Minis. There are also Kayo Mini Classics of past rugby matches you can watch any time. All the details you need are in our comprehensive Kayo Sports review.

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Watch the Bledisloe Cup game 2 on Foxtel Now

To watch the big game on Foxtel Now, you need to subscribe to the Sport pack ($29 a month) plus the Entertainment pack ($25 a month), for a total of $54 a month. Foxtel iQ deals are always available, so check those out before deciding whether to sign up. Foxtel Now also offers a 10-day free trial for new customers.

Who will win game 2 of the 2020 Bledisloe Cup?

The Wallabies have rightly earned some positive headlines after last week's draw. It could have been even better, with Reece Hodge's last-gasp penalty hitting the upright in a moment that would have won the match for the visitors.

Both teams are playing under relatively new management, with Dave Rennie making a solid start to his stint for the Aussies last week. But counterpart Ian Foster's side will undoubtedly improve in game two and we think the All Blacks will be too strong once again at Eden Park.

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