Italy-Uruguay kick-off time, TV channel, live broadcast information and team news

Italy welcomes Uruguay in their third and final autumn international game on Saturday.

The Italians will try to finish in style after a 9-47 loss to New Zealand and a 16-37 loss to Argentina.

Uruguay have only played one test match this fall, losing to Romania 29-14. However, they faced an Italian ‘A’ team last week, losing 31-13.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game.

What time does Italy kick off against Uruguay?

Italy kick off against Uruguay 1 p.m. local time on Saturday 20 November at the Stadio Lanfranchi in Parma.

On which television channel is Italy vs.Urugay broadcast?

Live coverage of the match is broadcast exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.

The streaming site is behind a paywall, you can watch it for free if you sign up for a free trial with the company.

Coverage will also be available for live streaming online or through the Amazon Prime Video app.

What are the team’s news?

Italy head coach Kieran Crowley has made seven changes to his side which lost to Argentina last time around.

Pierre Bruno will make his debut on the wing, joined by Monty Ioane and Edoardo Padovani in the last three. While Callum Braley arrives in the scrum half for Stephen Varney, who abandons the team completely.

Up front, Braam Steyn comes in eighth, there is a brand new second row partnership with Maro Fuser and Federico Ruzza. While in the first row, Luca Bigi arrives at hooker and Danilo Fischetti returns head lost.

Urugay made three changes to the team that lost against Romania, Nicolas Freitas returns to center, Manuel Leindekar enters second row and German Kessler enters hooker.

Full teams:

Italy: 15. Edoardo Padovani; 14. Pierre Bruno, 13. Juan Ignacio Brex, 12. Luca Morisi, 11. Monty Ioane, 10. Paolo Garbisi, 9. Callum Braley; 1. Danilo Fischetti, 2. Luca Bigi, 3. Iván Nemer, 4. Marco Fuser, 5. Federico Ruzza, 6. Sebastián Negri, 7. Michele Lamaro, 8. Braam Steyn.

Replacements: 16. Epalahame Faiva, 17 Cherif Traoré, 18 Pietro Ceccarelli, 19 David Sis, 20 Giovanni Licata, 21 Alessandro Fusco, 22 Carlo Canna, 23 Ratuva Tavuyara.

Uruguay: 15. Rodrigo Silva; 14. Federico Favaro, 13. Felipe Arcos Pérez, 12. Nicolás Freitas, 11. Gastón Mieres, 10. Felipe Etcheverry, 9. Tomás Inciarte; 1 Mateo Sanguinetti, 2 Germán Kessler, 3 Diego Arbelo, 4 Eric Dosantos, 5 Manuel Leindekar, 6 Manuel Ardao, 7 Santiago Civetta, 8 Manuel Diana.

Replacements: 16 Facundo Gattas, 17 Ignacio Peculo, 18 Matías Benítez, 19 Diego Magno, 20 Franco Lamanna, 21 Agustín Ormaechea, 22 Mateo Viñals, 23 Juan Manuel Alonso.

Who is the Italy-Urugay referee?

Referee: Craig Evans (WRU)

Assistant referees: Ludovic Cayre (FFR), Tual Trainini (FIR).

TMO: Ben Whitehouse (WRU)

What did the coaches say?

Italy head coach Kieran Crowley: “We worked a lot during the week on video analysis and play.

situations that did not satisfy us in the last game. We focus on our own performance: playing

our best rugby, we can bring home a good result.

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