The Wallabies will head to Paris in 2020, for the first time since 2016, where they will play France as part of their end-of-year tour to Europe.
Australia’s clash with Les Bleus will be the second in their 2020 end-of-year tour, on November 14, one of three matches already confirmed for the trip.
The Aussies last played France on a 2016 Grand Slam tour, with the Wallabies eking out a narrow win over the hosts in that clash.
Australia will open their end-of-year tour against Ireland in Dublin before this Paris clash, with a Twickenham Test against England set to take place two weeks later.
No match has been announced for the November 21 weekend but Wales would appear a potential opponent as the only home nation yet to announce their end-of-year schedule.
France will also take on South Africa and Georgia in their end-of-year Tests.
— RUGBYcomau (@rugbycomau) December 8, 2019
2020 Wallabies Test schedule
More to be confirmed
July 4 – Australia vs Ireland, Suncorp Stadium
July 11 – Australia vs Ireland, SCG
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August 8 – Australia vs New Zealand, Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
August 15 – New Zealand vs Australia, Westpac Stadium, Wellington
October 17 – Australia vs New Zealand, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
November 7 – Ireland vs Australia, Aviva Stadium, Dublin
November 14 – France vs Australia, Stade de France, Paris
November 28 – England vs Australia, Twickenham, London