Australia and France face off in a rugby match on Saturday, June 21, 2014.
The match at Allianz Stadium is slated to start at 3 p.m. AEST. (9 a.m. CEST).
It will be broadcast on Sky Sports 1 in the United Kingdom and Fox Sports in Australia.
Live streaming will be available through these broadcasters.
The first Test saw the Wallabies win 50-23. Australia won the second Test 6-0.
With a win today, Australia can push its streak to seven straight–for the first time since 1999-2000.
“The last Wallabies team to do that won a World Cup,” lock Rob Simmons said. “So if we can get seven in a row, it puts us in good stead going forward.
“It’s a good way to finish the series because we’ve got a little break from the squad and, if we do get a win, it’ll be good to come back on a positive note before playing the All Blacks.”
The win would also give the Wallabies momentum going into the Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship opener in Sydney on August 16.
“Even though we’ve already won the series, it doesn’t mean anything if we go out there on Saturday and not play well,” reserve back Rob Horne told Yahoo. “So those interim goals are key. It’s a week-to-week prospect in rugby, so those things keeps everyone focused and ready to go.”
See squads below
Starters: 15 Folau, 14 Ashley-Cooper, 13 Kuridrani, 12 Toomua, 11 Cummins, 10 Foley, 9 White, 1 Slipper, 2 Polota-Nau, 3 Kepu, 4 Simmons, 5 Skelton, 6 Fardy, 7 Hooper (capt), 8 Palu.
Replacements: 16 Charles, 17 Sio, 18 Weeks, 19 Horwill, 20 McCalman, 21 Phipps, 22 Beale, 23 Horne.
Starters: 15 Dulin, 14 Huget, 13 Bastareaud, 12 Fofana, 11 Bonneval, 10 Tales, 9 Parra, 1 Menini, 2 Guirado, 3 Slimani, 4 Flanquart, 5 Maestri, 6 Dusautoir (capt), 7 Ouedraogo, 8 Chouly.
Replacements: 16 Tolofua, 17 Debaty, 18 Mas, 19 Le Roux, 20 Picamoles, 21 Nyanga, 22 Machenaud, 23 Lamerat.