The Wallabies go out to win the Ella-Mobbs Cup as they face England in their second Test at Suncorp Stadium.

Dave Rainey’s side survived Darcy Swain’s red card and several injuries before and during the match, leading to their 30-28 victory.

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They returned to Brisbane with confidence, winning their last 10 matches on the pitch. However, their latest defeat came against the English and Eddie Jones who wanted to keep the show alive in Sydney.

At the start of the eToro streak, here’s everything you need to know about Wallabies vs England

The Wallabies will play next England on July 9 at Suncorp Stadium

This will be their second game in a three-game winning streak after the hosts narrowly won in Perth.

The series will end in Sydney, with the two teams returning to SCG for the first time in 47 years on July 16

Wallabies v England will be broadcast on Nine Network and Stan Sport.

The second test between the Wallabies and England will take place live on Saturday night on Chanel Nine, with broadcasts starting at 19:30.

The popular video will also be ad-free, live and on-demand, with extended coverage on Stan Sport from 19:15. This will include a dedicated Wallabies cam as well as the option to view the Spidercam.

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Wallabies 30 defeated England 28, Saturday 2 July 5:55 PM PST / 7:55 PM EDT at Optus Stadium in Perth

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Wallabies vs England, Saturday 9th July 19:55 AEST at SunCorp Stadium in Brisbane

Wallabies vs England, Saturday 16 July 19:55 AEST at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

The second Test between Team Wallabies and England will begin at 19:55 EST / 17:55 EST at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday, July 9.

Channel 9’s coverage will begin live at 7:30pm AEST.

In the meantime, the broadcast will be ad-free from 19:15 EST and will be broadcast throughout the match on Stan Sport.

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There are many tickets available for the second test between the Wallabies and England.

Crowded crowds at Suncorp Stadium as the Wallabies want to end the series and win the Ella-Mobbs Cup

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Walls (1-15): Angus Bell, Dave Borecki, Taniela Topo, Matt Phillippe, Caderen Neville, Rob Liotta, Michael Hopper (centre), Rob Valletini, Nick White, Noah Lolisio, Marica Corbett, Samo Kerifi, Hunter Bisame, Tom Wright, Jordan Petaya

Terms:Volo Venga, Scott Seo, James Slipper, Nick Frost, Pete Sammo, Jake Gordon, James O’Connor, Isaiah Perez

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England (1-15):TBC

Reserves: TBC