Wallabies fly-half James O’Connor is looking for a repeat of his first ever Test at fly-half when they face Wales in the Autumn Nations Series.
Australia have named their side that will face Scotland in their Autumn Nations Series encounter at Murrayfield, with James O’Connor at 10.
James O’Connor will make his long-awaited return for Australia via the replacements bench in Saturday’s Test against Argentina on Townsville.
Reds’ James O’Connor admitted he didn’t know whether he would ever get back to Australia and that he considered retiring from rugby union.
The Queensland Rugby Union and Rugby Australia have announced that Reds fly-half James O’Connor has signed a new deal through to 2023.
Dave Rennie has hailed James O’Connor’s leadership skills but Michael Hooper is still favoured to continue as the Wallabies’ captain in 2021.
The Wallabies have been buoyed by the return of James O’Connor, who will start at fly-half against Argentina in Saturday’s meeting in Sydney.
James O’Connor is set to handle his first Test assignment at outside centre after he was named at number 13 to face New Zealand in Perth.
The Reds have announced that they have secured the signature of Wallabies playmaker James O’Connor for the next two campaigns.
James O’Connor will train with the Wallabies for the second week in a row and is will travel to South Africa to link up with the national squad.