This year's Rugby Championship looks set to serve as an intriguing precursor to the forthcoming World Cup in Japan, with Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina once again lock horns for bragging rights across the southern hemisphere.
The 2019 instalment of the tournament, which has been truncated to just three rounds because of the World Cup, kicks off with a clash between the Springboks and Wallabies in Johannesburg on Saturday July 21.
Defending champions New Zealand kick off their campaign against Los Pumas in Buenos Aires. The All Blacks, as ever, are favourites as they look to claim what would be their fourth successive title.
Nevertheless, with the tournament reduced to three rounds the winner could easily spring from any of the four nations.
We're in for a fascinating few weeks of Test rugby so keep scrolling down to see how you can catch a live stream of the 2019 Rugby Championships.
Use a VPN to watch the Rugby Championship from outside your country
If you're abroad and in a country that's not showing the Rugby Championship, or if you're not by a TV come kick-off time for those games – don't sweat. With numerous online channels and, crucially, the option of a VPN service, you can tune into each fixture no matter where you are in the world. And best of all, it's really easy to do:
How to live stream the Rugby Championship in Australia
How to watch the Rugby Championship 2019 in New Zealand
How to live stream the Rugby Championship in South Africa
How to stream the Rugby Championship 2019 live in the UK
How to watch the Rugby Championship: US live streams
How to live stream the Rugby Championship 2019 in Canada