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Rugby Championship schedule confirm, but no conformation if Boks will be there


SANZAAR has confirm the schedule for this years Rugby Championship which will be held in Australia.

With COVID-19 that has changed our life’s since April this year, Australia was given the hosting rights for this years Castle Rugby Championship.

Both the Springboks and Argentina has still to confirm if they will be taking part in the championship.

Australia and New Zealand have already completed their own domestic Super Rugby tournament while South African players will only return to the competing this weekend.

The fear has always been that both the Springboks and the Pumas will be heavily under prepared if they take part in the Championship.

If the Springboks do take part in the championship, then they will face Argentina in Brisbane in the first week and then the Aussies in Sydney the following week.

The tournament will be a six-week affair schedule to run from the 7 November to the 12 December.

The Boks is scheduled to play the All Blacks back-to-back in Sydney and Newcastle.

The Rugby Championship 2020 fixtures

Round 1 – Saturday, 7 November
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Argentina vs South Africa
Australia vs New Zealand

Round 2 – Saturday, 14 November
Bankwest Stadium, Sydney
New Zealand vs Argentina
South Africa vs Australia

Round 3 – Saturday, 21 November
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
New Zealand vs South Africa
Australia vs Argentina

Round 4 – Saturday, 28 November
McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle
Argentina vs Australia
South Africa vs New Zealand

Round 5 – Saturday, 5 December
Bankwest Stadium, Sydney
Argentina vs New Zealand
Australia vs South Africa

Round 6 – Saturday, 12 December
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
South Africa vs Argentina
Australia vs New Zealand

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