FRANCE/AUSTRALIA 2020Saturday November 14th, 2020For their second game of the Autumn 2020 tour, Fabien Galthié’s men will host the Australians at Stade de France on 14th November.
The first big test of this tour, this meeting between two of the quarter-finalists from the last World Cup in Japan in 2019, looks like it will be explosive.
The French team has not hosted the Wallabies since 2016, when they lost by only 2 points against the Australians after a match they contested until the last second.
We hope to see you on Saturday, 14th November 2020 at Stade de France for this top meeting
TIMES FOR FRANCE/AUSTRALIA 2020 AT STADE DE FRANCE
Day of the event: Saturday, 14th November 2020
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