Baa-Baas host the World XV at Twickenham, with both teams boasting big names


It’s Eddie Jones’ Barbarians versus Steve Hansen’s World XV at Twickenham and there both sides have named star-studded squads. All that’s left is to find out how to watch Barbarians v World XV.

The match-up at Twickenham kicks off at 2pm and here are all the details you need!

Live stream Barbarians v World XV for FREE in the UK

There will be a Barbarians live stream on Channel 5 from 2pm for UK audiences. Coverage begins at 1.30pm.

Which means that you can catch the action for FREE on My5. They also have an app that works on a range of devices

If you’re outside of the UK, but want your usual coverage, it’s best to check out the free 30-day ExpressVPN trial and follow the instructions below.

How to watch the Barbarians v World XV from outside your country

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Barbarians live stream: How to watch from South Africa

SuperSport has live coverage of Barbarians v World XV, with build-up from 2.50pm South Africa time.

What is the Barbarians v World XV team news?

Barbarians: Gareth Anscombe; Adam Radwan, Seta Tamanivalu, Samu Kerevi, Tevita Li; Quade Cooper, Jack Maunder; Alex Waller, Nic Dolly, Enrique Pieretto, Alun Wyn Jones (captain), Stephan Lewies, Aaron Wainwright, Kai Yamamoto, Steven Luatua.

Replacements: Harry Thacker, Tom Est, Carlu Sadie, Rob Simmons, Sione Vailanu, Francois Hougaard, Aaron Cruden, Sam Johnson.

World XV: Charles Piutau; Israel Folau, Semi Radradra, Ngani Laumape, Sbu Nkosi; Adam Hastings, Nick Phipps; Wyn Jones, Fraser Brown, Oli Kebble, Api Ratuniyarawa, Harry Hockings, Seb Negri, Michele Lamaro (captain), Viliame Mata.

Replacements: Elliot Dee, Allan Dell, Marcus Street, Niccolò Cannone, Jordi Murphy, Bryn Hall, Rhys Patchell, Kaminieli Rasaku.

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