All Blacks vs Barbarians Rugby : How to watch the match on TV

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The All Blacks renew one of rugby’s most historic rivalries when they return to Twickenham to take on the Barbarians November 4th. This year will see some of the world’s most outstanding talents pull on the famous black and white jersey to take on a touring All Blacks side.

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The Baa-Baas are known for producing some scintillating rugby full of fun, flair, and excitement. Be there to celebrate 125 years of New Zealand rugby with one of the most entertaining games you will ever see.

The Barbarians play a second game next week, against Tonga in Limerick.

How to watch the Bars vs Abs match on TV

The only way to watch this Test match in Australia will be through Foxtel’s European sports channel BeIN sports. They will be broadcasting on BeIN Sports 3, which can be found on Channel 515.

Their coverage will start five minutes before kick-off, at 1:55am (AEDT) on Sunday morning and conclude shortly after the end of the match – at approximately 3:55am (AEDT).

With it being broadcast on Foxtel, the only way to watch it will be with a valid TV subscription to Foxtel, complete with the sports package.

How to All Blacks vs Barbarians stream the match online

Because the match is being broadcast in Australia exclusively on BeIN Sports, you will need to use one of Foxtel’s streaming services to watch the match online.

The first of those is Foxtel Now. If you don’t already have a TV subscription to Foxtel, then this is the better option for your. Costs start from $29 per month for an inclusion of the sports package.

If you already have a TV subscription to Foxtel, then you would be better off using the Foxtel app which is included and therefore free to use and download.