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Bledisloe Cup Game 2 Live this weekend on Foxtel and Kayo

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Following one of the most exhilarating Bledisloe Cup matches ever seen, the Wallabies will get another shot at toppling the All Blacks in Bledisloe II

The new generation of Wallabies showed the world they are more than capable last week as they look to smash two of the biggest hoodoo’s in international rugby. The first, a Wallabies winless Bledisloe Cup streak from 2002, the second the infamous Eden Park, Auckland winless streak dating back to 1986.

An extended pre-game coverage will be LIVE on FOX SPORTS 505, on Foxtel from 1.00pm with kick off at 2.00pm on Foxtel and to stream on Foxtel GO.

The voice of rugby in Australia Greg Clark will call all of the action alongside Phil Kearns and Rod Kafer. On the panel will be presenter Tony Squires joined by Wallabies legends George Gregan and Justin Harrison and All Blacks great Andrew Mehrtens.

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FOX SPORTS BROADCAST SCHEDULE

2020 Bledisloe CupGame 2

Sunday, October 18
Pre-game coverage: 1.00pm
Kick Off: 2.00pm
FOX SPORTS 505
*All times listed in AEDT

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