The national rugby union team of Australia has until now played eight different Rugby World Cup Tournaments. Also known as Wallabies, they have gained their names as one among the total three outstanding performing rugby teams. Until now, Australia Rugby team has become winner in two tournaments as similar to the rugby team of South Africa. Along with this, Australian rugby team has become the co-host and host in different tournaments i.e. during the year 2003 and 1987 respectively.
Australia Rugby World Cup Fixtures, Squad, Group, Guide
Since the first step in the rugby sector, Wallabies had shown their outstanding performance. Even based on their form, many fans developed a cliché that one can never bit the Australian rugby players and its team. However, if we talk about the previous year, performance of the team has become relatively poor. Hence, Australians should compulsorily need to work hard to bring their game to the optimum levels.
Australia vs. Fiji
Sat, Sep 21, 2019, Match 2, Local time kick off 13:45
Sapporo Dome, Sapporo
Australia vs. Wales
Sun, Sep 29, 2019, Match 17, Local time kick off 16:45
Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo
Australia vs. Uruguay
Sat, Oct 5, 2019, Match 24, Local time kick off 14:15
Oita Stadium, Oita Prefecture
Australia vs. Georgia
Fri, Oct 11, 2019, Match 33, Local time kicks off at 19:15
Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka Prefecture
How Australian Rugby Team Qualified
Rugby players of Australia had remained in the list of total 12 automatic qualifiers for the present i.e. 2019 tournament.
Key Players of Wallabies Team
David Pocock and Michael Hooper are dual scavengers, as they are able to demolish attacks. In addition, you will find the two half backs as Bernard Foley and Will Genia capable to launch their own gaming strategies and a full-back player named Israel Folau to finish the match.
The Coach of Wallabies Rugby Team
Michael Cheika is the coach of Wallabies i.e. Australian Rugby Team and he is now set for train his boys for the second World Cup. Even he has under huge pressure, as few of the rugby fans in Australia are forcing him to retire from his port even though the tournament is very close.
Warm-ups of Australian Rugby World Cup
• Australia has its first warm-up rugby match with New Zealand at Eden Park of Auckland.
• After this, Australian team will face Manu Samoa at Bankwest Stadium in Sydney.
Australian Rugby Team’s World Cup Group
Australian rugby team will be in the Group D with Uruguay, Georgia, Fiji and Wales.