The Ella-Mobbs Cup is poised to collapse as the series heads to the SCG for critical tests.

Dave Rainey’s side survived Darcy Swain’s red card and multiple injuries before and during the game to claim a 30-28 win in the opening game.

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The English tied the streak in Brisbane 25-17 after dominating the first half.

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 16 at the SCG.

This will be his last game in a three-game streak after the hosts win in Perth.

The series takes place in Brisbane, 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 third test between the Wallabies and England will take place live at Chanel Nine on Saturday night, with coverage starting at 7:30pm.

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

New Zealand: Sky Sports

South Africa / Africa and adjacent islands: Super Sport

Argentina / South America / North America: ESPN

United States of America: Flusports

Canada: TSN

United Kingdom and Ireland (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Isle of Man): Heaven in Great Britain

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France / Andorra / Monaco / Luxembourg: Channel +

Japan: Fabulous

Pacific: Digicel

Italy, Vatican City, San Marino, Canton of Ticino, Switzerland: Italy sky

Spain / Andorra:Telefonica

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Africa and neighboring islands:Super Sport

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

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Wallabies 17 beat England 25 on Saturday 9 July 19:55 AEST at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

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

The third test between the Wallabies and England will begin at 7:55pm at the SCG on Saturday 16th July

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.

The Wallabies’ third Test against England has been officially announced as a complete sale.

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This is the first time the Wallabies have played against a deal at full capacity in Australia since the 2019 Bledisloe Cup match in Perth.

More than 40,000 spectators are expected to watch the Ella-Mobbs Cup presented to the winning captain for the first time.

Walls (1-15): James Slipper, Dave Borecki, Taniela Topo, Nick Frost, Matt Philip, Harry Wilson, Michael Hopper (centre), Rob Valletini, Nick White, Noah Lolisio, Marica Corbett, Samu Kerifi, Hunter Pessam, Tom Wright, Rhys Hodge

Terms: Fulao Venga, Angus Bell, Alan Alatawa, Pete Samu, Pete Samu, Tate McDermott, Lyn Iketao, Solici Venevalo

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England (1-15): TBD

Reserves: TBC