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[[[WATCH ONLINE**]!!!!!]] Wales v Australia live watch 24 September 2023

World Cup match Wales vs Australia (24 Sep 2023). Preview and stats followed by live commentary, video highlights and match report.

78. A couple of minutes left for Wales to win this game. Williams takes the ball and the crowd roar! Halaholo attacks. He is tackled by the Great Barrier Reef. BEALE KICKS PENALTY Dead centre but very long. Beale steps up and COMFORTBALY slots it home. Made that look easy! What a kick. WALES 26-25 AUSTRALIA 75. An Australian kick goes high. A lovely take from McNicholl, pulling down the ball from the Cardiff night sky. Wales attack for a few phases but Skelton gets his big hands over the ball and Wales are whistled for holding on. Huge. This could be within kicking distance. 73. Liams Williams travels down the right wing and beats men. Knock on by Basham - back to Wallaby hands. Australia draw a penalty at the breakdown and kick to touch with it. About four Welsh players try to hold Skelton away as Skelton tries to have his word with the ref. TMO looks at the breakdown. Looks like Gareth Thomas has illegally cleared out the ruck and hits Alaalatoa. 54. Turnover at the lineout by Australia. Nic White trying to make something happen. O'Connor takes the ball into the Australian line. Australia look dangerous but the winger Daugunu makes a forward pass. Wales control their destinyBonus-point victories over Fiji and Portugal mean that Wales are in charge of their pool. If they defeat Australia it will be a case of mission accomplished in terms of reaching the quarter-finals for a fourth World Cup on the bounce under head coach Warren Gatland. Wales have not hit top gear yet, but a return of 10 points is a record matched only by Ireland across all four groups. Wales will require a calming influence, an unruffled tactical operator, pinpoint goal-kicker and world-class leadership in the heat of battle, and Biggar ticks all of those boxes. Expect him to be a dominant figure. Louis Rees-Zammit on a rollIf Biggar can guide the team effectively and purposefully around the pitch, then Wales have outstanding finishers to punish Australia. George North, Josh Adams and Louis Rees-Zammit boast 78 Test tries between them, and they all scored during Wales’ opening two games against Fiji and Portugal. Five talking points ahead of the crucial encounter between Wales and WallabiesWales v Australia – Autumn International – Principality Stadium Wales will book a place in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals if they beat Australia in Lyon on Sunday. They are guaranteed to progress with a third successive Pool C win, but the Wallabies will be on the brink of elimination if they lose. Here, the PA news agency looks at some key talking points heading into the game. A first pool-stage exit now looms, though, unless they can recover from losing to Fiji last weekend and topple Wales. Head coach and former England boss Eddie Jones has received some fierce criticism from ex-internationals, but the storm will really rage if Wales leave them teetering on the brink of elimination. Australia have effectively reached a point of no return. AUSTRALIA MISS CONVERSION It was a tough kick from the left hand touchline. O'Connor misses. Wales remain ahead by one point. AUSTRALIA TRY - DAUGUNU Daugunu takes the ball through a couple of defenders trying to get some space. Paisami finds the gap! Makes another 30 metres or so. Another five quick passes and Daugunu finishes in the corner! Started and finished by Filipo Daugunu. WALES 26-20 AUSTRALIA 68. Wales kick to touch. Gareth Thomas is back on after his sin bin. The crowd was lifted after Australia conceded that last penalty. 66. Great support lines and a couple of offloads later and Nic White runs in. The kick is converted. Australia are back in this. Big time. WALES 23-13 AUSTRALIA 58. The Wallabies look to bring it back now that things are even. 14 v 14 again. Wales have a scrum near their own try line. YELLOW CARD - THOMAS Gareth Thomas goes in hard at the ruck and hits Alaalatoa as he tries to clean out. He is shown a yellow card. 56. It's opening up for Wales as they move the ball for Basham to run hard into Australia. 53. Great read from Davies as he intercepts at the lineout. Will Skelton comes off the bench for Australia. Immediate impact but they don't drive straight and Wales get the whistle. 52. Wales put in at the scrum. Things are slowing down here. The pass out the scrum is deep to Biggar and he kicks for touch but doesn't reach the 22 metre line. 50. Huge Australia maul. The Wales defence stay strong and draw a penalty. Wales vs Australia LIVE: Eddie Jones' side look to bounce 2 days ago — The game is scheduled to get underway at 8pm UK time at the OL Stadium in Lyon. It will be broadcast live and free-to-air on ITV1 or ITVX. Wales vs Australia LIVE: Latest updates from Autumn InternationalsLive BlogAll recommendations within this article are informed by expert editorial opinion. If you click on a link in this story we may earn affiliate revenue. Updated: 12:49 ET, Nov 24 2021WALES are looking to take their first top tier Southern Hemisphere scalp as they host Australia in their final Autumn International of 2021. TV channel: No UK TV channel Live stream: Amazon Prime Video Watch free: First-time Amazon subscribers can get a one-month free trial of Amazon Prime Video. Follow all the latest with our live blog below... JOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply) WALES 29-28 AUSTRALIA Wales just about get home with a numerical advantage for most of the game over Australia. The fans won't care right now. Wales’ forwards hold the keyThe Wales pack had some strong moments against Fiji and Portugal, yet there were also inconsistencies, especially at lineouts. Wales must iron out the flaws, and if they can manage that then strong foundations for victory should be laid. Australia’s cause up-front is not helped by the absence of powerhouse prop Taniela Tupou and equally-influential lock Will Skelton through injuries. Their experience will be missed. The old adage of ‘forwards win matches, backs decide by how much’ rings true for an eagerly-awaited encounter. Dan Biggar can boss the gameSunday’s clash is made for Wales fly-half Dan Biggar. Time and time again throughout his 110-cap Test career, Biggar has delivered the goods. He relishes the big occasion, and they do not come with much more importance attached than this weekend, when stakes are high and pressure at its most intense. Wales v Australia prediction, how to watch, Rugby World 9 hours ago — Live updates of the Rugby World Cup clash between Wales and Australia. A messy lineout from the Aussies but they manage to keep the ball. Angus Bell runs with it but is met with a red shirt. Australia kick it past the gain line and pile pressure onto the Wales receiver. Huge let off as there's an infringement at the breakdown and the referee blows. BIGGAR SLOTS HOME PENALTY Dan Biggar scores the kick and Wales take their lead to six points. WALES 23-20 AUSTRALIA 63. Australia crank up the pressure with a few minutes left of even numbers. Both teams desperate to finish their Autumn with a win. A drop goal attempt from Biggar but he misses and it comes back for a penalty. The penalty was given to Paisami with a off-the-ball tackle. Biggar is kicking for three points. TRY AUSTRALIA - WHITE Nic White finishes a great move. Kurtley Beale breaks the line with a sidestep and fend just inside the Welsh half. Autumn Nations Series (Rugby) - Support Prime members in the UK (England, Scotland, Wales and Prime members residing within Ireland, will have the ability to watch live rugby matches, replays and ...




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