The July window continues for The Pumas and many games with the presentations of the All Blacks, Fiji, South Africa, England, among others, they fill with rugby on the weekend. Everything can be seen live on the different platforms of ESPN.
Saturday will be packed with activity. Since dawn, at 3.50, live on ESPN the All blacks they will receive Fiji. Later, The Pumas will play their second match in the July window on their first visit to Cardiff in view of Welsh, at 8:50 am live on ESPN.
At 10.50, live on ESPN Extra, England that comes from overcoming with authority state United receives at Twickenham Canada. And at 13, live on the same channel, Ireland meets the American Eagles in Dublin.
The two games that were to be played in South Africa on Friday and Saturday were canceled due to cases of covid-19. South Africa was supposed to host Georgia and the Bulls faced the British & Irish Lions, but none of that will happen.
On Sunday, Brazil Y chili They will be measured in an important duel to qualify for the 2023 World Cup in France, at 16:00 live on ESPN 2.
In addition, it is important to mention that the activity will continue on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. Tuesday at 6:50 am live on ESPN 2 France will visit Australia in his second game.
While, on Wednesday at 2:50 p.m. on ESPN 2, the British & Irish Lions They dispute their fourth match of the tour facing South Africa A.
FULL WEEKEND AGENDA:
-Scrum ATR, at 6 p.m. on ESPN 3
-All Blacks vs Fiji, live at 3.50 on ESPN
-Wales vs Los Pumas, live at 8:50 on ESPN
-England vs Canada, live at 10.50 on ESPN Extra
-Ireland vs United States, live at 1 p.m. on ESPN Extra
-Scrum, live at 2:30 p.m. on ESPN 2
-Brazil vs. Chile, at 4 p.m. live on ESPN 2
-Australia vs. France, live at 6:50 on ESPN 2
-South Africa A vs. British & Irish Lions, live at 2:50 p.m. on ESPN 2