France to play three Tests in Australia

France's rugby union national team flanker and captain Thierry Dusautoir practices with teammates during a training session on November 26, 2013
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France will play three Test matches against Australia Down Under next summer, it has been confirmed.

France will continue their preparation for the 2015 Rugby World Cup with a three-match Test series against Australia next summer.

The Australian Rugby Union confirmed the fixtures, which will see the Wallabies entertain Les Bleus for the first time since 2009.

Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium will host the first Test on June 7, before both teams travel to Melbourne on June 14 and a possible series decider at Sydney's Allianz Stadium on June 21.

France were runners-up at the last World Cup, narrowly losing to New Zealand 8-7 in Auckland.

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