Australia confirm three-Test France series
November 26, 2013
Australia have not played France since they were upended in the first Test of their 2012 tour of Europe © PA Photos
France will tour Australia next year for the first time since 2009 to play the Wallabies in a three-Test series.
Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane will stage the opening Test on Saturday, June 7, with Etihad Stadium hosting the second Test seven days later. The series will culminate with an afternoon fixture at Allianz Stadium in Sydney on Saturday, June 21.
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