As reported by the Kiwi media, both the third party of the Bledisloe Cup like the rest of the Rugby Championship would eventually take place in Australia, more precisely in the region of Queensland. Consequently, both The Pumas, What All blacks and South Africa they will need to travel to Aussie territory as soon as possible to begin work there immediately.
The NZ Herald report indicates that All Blacks would play the last match for the Bledisloe Cup in Perth, before basing in Queensland for the remainder of the Rugby Championship, which will include two matches against Argentina and South Africa, respectively.
Despite interest in contesting the competition in Europe and South Africa, The Herald announced that the competition would proceed as planned in Oceania, more specifically in its entirety in Queensland.
In short, the match between Wallabies and All Blacks would take place at Opta Stadium in Perth on September 4, while later, those led by Ian Foester would depart for Queensland for the remainder of the Rugby Championship after the state government had agreed that both the South African and Argentine teams would be put into isolation once arrived at destination.
The tournament would continue with four doubles matches to be played from September 10 to October 3 in Brisbane, Townsville and the Gold Coast.
As indicated from Maori land, the decision to continue the competition in Australia would have been confirmed at an emergency meeting of SANZAAR.