The Weekend Australian - Review - - Tv - Peter Ko­goy

BY crikey, the Wal­la­bies are un­likely to do the dou­ble over Wales in Bris­bane tonight and se­cure the James Be­van Tro­phy, not on the woe­ful rugby dis­play they put on at Fort Fum­ble . . . I mean, Tel­stra Sta­dium a week ago. The Test is live na­tion­ally on Fox Sports 2 from 7.30pm. ( All pay TV times are presently half an hour ear­lier in Ade­laide, and two hours ear­lier in Perth. ) The match is also live on the Seven net­work in Syd­ney and Bris­bane and on a four- hour de­lay in Melbourne, Ade­laide and Perth. The clash be­tween the All Blacks and tour­na­ment hosts France, also on FS2 from 5.30pm, should be of more in­ter­est to fol­low­ers of the code in a World Cup year. That will be fol­lowed by South Africa v Eng­land in Pre­to­ria from 11pm. Ten’s cam­eras are at the SCG tonight from 7.30 where the in- form Swans go up against a re­bound­ing Essendon. The pick of the AFL for mine to­mor­row is the Port Ade­laide- Hawthorn clash on FS1 from 1pm. Ar­guably the best of the NRL on Fox to­mor­row is the clash be­tween the Gold Coast Ti­tans and Can­berra, live from 1.30pm on FS3. Those who aren’t in­ter­ested in what’s go­ing on at the French Ten­nis Open on FS2 from 7pm to­mor­row can al­ways switch across to FS3 and catch the Ital­ian Mo­toGP live. Read­ers who en­joy base­ball will have to be up bright and early as the New York Yan­kees look to re­duce Bos­ton’s lead in the stand­ings, live from 5.30am on FS3.

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