Italy vs Uruguay Rugby Live Stream - time, TV Channel, Preview

Follow Rugby Game Italy vs Uruguay live coverage, stream information, TV channel and preview.

Italy vs Uruguay Rugby Live Stream - time, TV Channel, Preview

The Italy Rugby Team face The Uruguay Rugby team will take place on Saturday 20th November, 2021 at 13:00 (UK). Live coverage of the match is being shown exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.

The Italians will be hoping to complete on a high after a 9-47 misfortune to New Zealand and going down 16-37 to Argentina. Uruguay have just played one test match this fall, losing to Romania 29-14. Anyway they played an Italy 'A' group last week, losing 31-13.

Italy vs Uruguay Rugby Viewing Information

Date: Saturday, November 20, 2021
Time: 2pm (Italy); 10am (Uruguay)
Where: Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi, Parma
Referee: Craig Evans (Wales)
TV Channel: Amazon Prime
Watch Anywhere: PremiumTV

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Italy vs Uruguay Rugby Game Preview

Italy have facilitated Uruguay only once before it was during their very first gathering – that installation occurred at Stadio Tommaso Fattori in the city of L'Aquila, with Italy winning 49-17.

Italy have won 18 of their last 20 home games against non-Tier 1 sides (L2), with their two losses in that spell coming against a Pacific Islanders XV in 2008 and Tonga in 2016.

Italy have lost their last 16 Tests, with their last triumph coming against Canada at the 2019 Rugby World Cup; it's the Azzurri's longest losing run in their Test history.

Uruguay have lost five of their last six Tests against European countries (W1), this subsequent to winning four in succession before that; this will be whenever they've first confronted one of Europe's Tier 1 countries outside a Rugby World Cup since playing Italy in 2007.