Venue: Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo
Kick-off: 8:45am (4:45pm local)
Referee: Romain Poite (France)
TV Coverage: Live on ITV and S4C
Wales' second pool match at Rugby World Cup 2019 will be against Australia at the Tokyo Stadium on Sunday 29th September.
Wales and Australia have plenty of history at World Cups; they have contested pool matches (1991, 2007 and 2015), a quarter-final (1999) and third-place play-offs (1987 and 2011).
Overall, Wales and Australia have played each other on 42 occasions since their first meeting in 1908. Australia have won 30 matches, whilst Wales have won 11 matches. There has also been one draw between the two nations.
History of Wales v Australia at Rugby World Cup
1987 – Third-place play-off Australia 21-22 Wales (Rotorua)
1991 – Pool C match Wales 3-38 Australia (Cardiff Arms Park)
1999 – Quarter-final Wales 9-24 Australia (Millennium Stadium, Cardiff)
2007 – Pool B match Wales 20-32 Australia (Millennium Stadium, Cardiff)
2011 – Third-place play-off Wales 18-21 Australia (Eden Park, Auckland)
2015 – Pool A match Australia 15-6 Wales (Twickenham, London)
Australia v Wales - Rugby World Cup Tickets
Tickets for the Australia v Wales Pool D match are being sold via the Rugby World Cup official ticketing website and are priced from ¥ 7,000 (Category D) to ¥ 30,000 (Category A).
Venue Information - Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo
Tokyo Stadium, 376-3 Nishimachi, Chofu, Tokyo 182-0032, Japan
Stadium Enquiries: +81 42-440-0555
Stadium Capacity: 49,970