Two of the three challenges will be played midweek on a round across the Alps. Two teams with many youngsters are eager to shine
The important green light arrives at the key to the summer test match: After the (official) cancellation of Ireland’s tour in Fiji and the (unofficial) tour of Italy in New Zealand, France will instead be on stage in Australia for a series of three international tournaments of major significance. First of all, it must be emphasized the specificity of these challenges, which for the first time since 2012 will see Wallabies matches during the week. In fact, the first two tests will take place on Wednesday (July 7) and Tuesday (July 13) before the final “good” scheduled for Saturday the 17th.
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It will start at Sydney Cricket Stadium, then move to AAMI Park in Melbourne and close at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, where Bleus is looking for an immediate 3-0 “revenge” on the 2014 Summer Tour. Andy Marinos, CEO of Rugby Australia said: “France is one One of the most exciting teams in the Oval World. They grow up a lot, also in light of the upcoming World Cup, as they find great young players who will take charge from those who have preceded them. As far as Australia is concerned, there is a desire to affirm the good things that have been accomplished in 2020 from By focusing on the growth of local talent. ” It has also been said that the midweek matches will be an important novelty for the fans, who will be able to enjoy the test matches after work, while the highest safety protocols will be in place to ensure that the French Tour runs smoothly.
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Bernard LaPorte also officially took a trip across the Alps to Australia, stressing the opportunity to encounter a symbolic nation from Oval History. “We are convinced that our players will want to continue proving that France is a world power, and also because interest in rugby grows from game to game until the 2023 World Cup Finals.”
So the matches will be:
Australia v France, Wednesday 7 July, Sydney Cricket Stadium, Sydney
Australia-France, Tuesday, July 13th, AAMI Park, Melbourne
Australia-France, Saturday 17 July, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
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