Wallabies vs France, second international rugby union test in Melbourne – .

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Wallabies vs France, second international rugby union test in Melbourne – .


Fresh out of their little last-minute success in the first Test, the Wallabies are back in action against France in Melbourne.

Can tourists keep the series alive after last Wednesday’s 23-21 loss in Brisbane?

Follow all the action on our live blog.

Live updates

By Simon Smale

The important event

Wallabies are making a change

Wallabies trainer Dave Rennie made just one change from the squad that had to organize this exciting return to Lang Park on Wednesday night.

Taniela Tupou came in sideways with a tight head after playing a pivotal role on the bench in Brisbane, relegating Allan Alaalatoa to the bench.

“Taniela had a real impact on both sides of the ball when he came into play at [Lang Park] and we will seek to have him do the same from the start in Melbourne, ”said Rennie.

Making an impact is something Tupou is well versed in, so expect a lot from the 25-year-old from the start.

Here is the rest of the range.

By Simon Smale

What time is the kick-off?

The match will start at 8:00 PM AEST, so plenty of time for you to get a drink of your choice and jump in and ask us a question – just tap or tap the blue button at the top of this stream.

By Simon Smale

Wallabies vs France, second test

Hello and welcome to the ABC News live blog of the second Winter Wallabies Test against France in Melbourne.

Welcome to our French friends tonight, to you I say, hello and welcome, thank you for joining us.

I am Simon Small and I’ll take you through all the action this Tuesday night as the Wallabies look to build on their thrilling last minute victory last time out in Brisbane.

France have made some big changes from that game six days ago, the Wallabies only have one, so buckle up, it could be good.

Tuesday Rugby test, enough to spend an evening in the middle of the week. Thank you for being with us.

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