How to watch New Zealand vs Argentina Tri Nations rugby live online

Posted: 14 November 2020 10:00 am
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New Zealand vs Argentina

New Zealand are out to atone for a shock loss to Australia as Argentina enter the Tri Nations fray. This is how to watch.

SUMMARY: New Zealand vs Argentina is exclusive to Fox Sports. So unless you're already an existing Foxtel customer, your best option is to watch live on Kayo Sports. You can watch for free using this 14-day trial. This gets you access to all its unique features and 50 additional live sports.

The All Blacks have copped severe criticism in rugby-mad New Zealand following the upset loss to the Wallabies in Brisbane last weekend. Coach Ian Foster has reacted by making sweeping changes to his side.

Argentina, meanwhile, will taste their first Test action of 2020 after a lengthy quarantine and acclimation phase in Australia. Los Pumas decided to play in the tournament despite world champions South Africa pulling out due to player welfare concerns.

When is the New Zealand vs Argentina Tri Nations clash?

With the Tri Nations being played entirely on Australian soil because of COVID-19, Sydney's Bankwest Stadium will host the tournament's third clash. Kick-off is at 5:10pm AEDT on Saturday 14 November.

How to watch New Zealand vs Argentina live in Australia

The All Blacks vs Pumas is live and exclusive to Fox Sports in Australia. Only the Wallabies Tri Nations games are on free-to-air and 10 play. That means to watch New Zealand vs Argentina you'll need either a Foxtel, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports subscription. You can see a full breakdown in our Tri Nations guide.

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Stream All Blacks vs Pumas on Kayo Sports

Kayo has over 50 sports available for you to watch. You can stream via Android and iOS devices, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later), Sony Bravia TVs, Mac, PC, Chromecast or AirPlay.

Kayo Sports also has numerous unique viewing features. There's Kayo minis which condense games into extended highlights packages of around 15 minutes. There are also things like No Spoilers, SplitView and alternate camera angles.

You can subscribe to Kayo for $25 per month and watch from 2 devices at once. Or if you need 3 simultaneous streams then you can pay $35 per month. Thankfully Kayo comes with a 14-day free trial for new customers so you can stream New Zealand vs Argentina without any hassle.

For more information see our Kayo Sports review.

Who will win the New Zealand vs Argentina Tri Nations clash?

New Zealand are stewing after a poor outing in Brisbane and Los Pumas are bracing for the inevitable black-lash. Richie Mo'unga returns to the number 10 jersey as Foster rolls out a stronger selection across the park.

So it shapes as a long night for Argentina, who have Michael Cheika in the coaches box as an adviser to Mario Ledesma. The tourists have been starved of meaningful rugby as coronavirus wreaked havoc with the 2020 Test schedule. The All Blacks could win by as many as 50 points.

Want more information on sports streaming? Check out our comparison of Kayo vs Foxtel and take a look at this year's Masters golf tournament. Otherwise check out everything you need to know about Stan Sport, which will have exclusive rugby rights from next year.

Image source: Kayo Sports website

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