Wales will be out to inflict further pain and suffering on Robbie Deans' Australia side in the first Test at Suncorp Stadium this Saturday (KO 11am UK time).
The Wallabies suffered a shock defeat to Scotland on Tuesday and now the Six Nations champions are aiming to make it two defeats in a row against British opposition when the two sides collide in Brisbane.
By logging onto www.wru.co.uk/live just before kick-off, you will be able to follow every pass, kick, tackle, lineout and try between the two sides in the first of three Tests.
Wales haven't beaten Australia on their home patch since 1969 but with Australia making nine changes to the side which slumped to Scotland, Sam Warburton and his men can scent victory. It's bound to be a classic, so make sure YOU don't miss it.
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