Don’t miss the action as Andy Farrell’s side take on the Maori in Wellington

Maori All Blacks v Ireland live stream: How to watch the 2022 tour matches

As well as a three-Test series against New Zealand, Ireland are playing two midweek matches against the Maori All Blacks on this year’s tour. They lost 32-17 in the opening match in Hamilton at the end of June so have a chance to level things up on Tuesday 12 July in Wellington.

Keith Earls starts at outside-centre and captains Ireland, and there are three hugely exciting runners in the back three in Michael Lowry, Jordan Larmour and Jimmy O’Brien.

Scrum-halves TJ Perenara and Brad Weber are again co-captains for the Maori, with Perenara wearing the No 9 jersey in this match on familiar turf at the Sky Stadium in Wellington.

Here are the two team line-ups for the second fixture and below we explain how you can watch the match.

Maori All Blacks: Josh Moorby; Shaun Stevenson, Bailyn Sullivan, Alex Nankivell, Connor Garden-Bachop; Josh Ioane, TJ Perenara (captain); Ollie Norris, Kurt Eklund, Tyrel Lomax, Manaaki Selby-Rickit, Isaia Walker-Leawere, Reed Prinsep, Billy Harmon, Cullen Grace.

Replacements: Leni Apisai, Tamaiti Williams, Marcel Renata, Max Hicks, Caleb Delany, Brad Weber, Ruben Love, Billy Proctor.

Ireland: Michael Lowry; Jordan Larmour, Keith Earls (captain), Stuart McCloskey, Jimmy O’Brien; Ciaran Frawley, Craig Casey; Jeremy Loughman, Niall Scannell, Tom O’Toole, Joe McCarthy, Kieran Treadwell, Cian Prendergast, Nick Timoney, Gavin Coombes.

Replacements: Rob Herring, Ed Byrne, Finlay Bealham, Ryan Baird, Jack Conan, Conor Murray, Joey Carbery, Mack Hansen.

How to watch Maori All Blacks v Ireland from outside your country

If you’re abroad, but still want to watch your local rugby coverage, like Maori All Blacks v Ireland, you can do so by using a VPN – Virtual Private Network.

Our friends at TechRadar have tested hundreds of VPNs and recommend ExpressVPN, which is easy to use, has strong security features and allows you to watch on several devices at once, including smart TVs and phones, iPads, tablets, PCs and Macs.

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Maori All Blacks v Ireland live stream: How to watch from the UK & Ireland

All Ireland’s tour matches will be shown live on Sky Sports and kick off at 8.05am UK & Ireland time.

The second Maori All Blacks v Ireland match on Tuesday 12 July will be live on Sky Sports Action, with coverage starting at 8am.

If you don’t have a Sky Sports contract, don’t worry as you can stream all 11 Sky Sports channels with a NOW TV pass.

If you just want to watch this match, it’s £11.99 for a day membership. Or a monthly membership is currently £25 (normally £33.99, offer ends 14 July 2022) – and you can cancel at any time.

If you’re from the UK but are overseas when the match takes place, you can get your normal live stream but you’ll need a VPN – see the information above.

If you can’t watch the match, there will also be live commentary on RTE Radio.

Maori All Blacks v Ireland live stream: How to watch from Australia

For those in Australia, this fixture can be streamed live on Stan Sports and will kick off at 5.05pm AET, with coverage from 4.30pm.

It costs $10 a month to add Stan Sport to your general Stan plan – and there is also a seven-day free trial available so you could test it out first.

Maori All Blacks v Ireland live stream: How to watch from New Zealand

In the Land of the Long White Cloud, head to Sky Sport NZ. The second match kicks off at 7.05pm in New Zealand and coverage starts at 6.30pm on Sky Sport NZ1.

Maori All Blacks v Ireland live stream: How to watch from South Africa

If you want to watch the Maori v Ireland match from South Africa, SuperSport is the place to go.

The second match kicks off at 9.05am South Africa time and is live from 8.55am on SuperSport’s Rugby channel.

Maori All Blacks v Ireland live stream: How to watch from the USA

If you live in the States, the official broadcaster of summer tour matches is FloRugby, although it will be a case of late nights/early mornings to catch the action.

The Maori All Blacks v Ireland match will kick off at 3.05am on the East Coast and 12.05am on the West Coast, and will be streamed on its FloRugby platform, which costs $29.99 for a monthly subscription or $150 for the annual subscription, with both packages also giving you access to the entire FloSports network.

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