History of rugby union matches between Australia and Fiji

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Australia and Fiji have played each other a total of 21 times of which Australia has won the most at 18. Fiji won two of the first four matches between the sides, but have not beaten Australia since then. Their first meeting was in 1952, Australia won this match 15-9.

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Overall[edit]

Details Played Won by
 Australia
Won by
 Fiji
Drawn Australia points Fiji points
In Australia 16 13 2 1 469 192
In Fiji 3 3 0 0 59 31
Neutral venue 2 2 0 0 83 25
Overall 21 18 2 1 611 248

Records[edit]

Note: Date shown in brackets indicates when the record was or last set.

Record Australia Fiji
Longest winning streak 13 (19 Sep 1972–Present) 1 (9 August 1952)
Largest points for
Home 66 (18 September 1998) 19 (19 September 1972)
Away 55 (23 September 2007) 28 (10 August 1985)
Largest winning margin
Home 46 (5 June 2010) NA
Away 43 (23 September 2007) 2 (26 June 1954)

Results[edit]

No. Date Venue Score Winner Competition
1 26 July 1952 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 15 – 9  Australia 1952 Fijian Tour of Australia
2 9 August 1952 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 15 – 17  Fiji
3 5 June 1954 Exhibition Ground, Brisbane 22 – 19  Australia 1954 Fijian Tour of Australia
4 26 June 1954 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 16 – 18  Fiji
5 10 June 1961 Exhibition Ground, Brisbane 24 – 6  Australia 1961 Fijian Tour of Australia
6 17 June 1961 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 20 – 14  Australia
7 1 July 1961 Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne 3 – 3 Draw
8 19 September 1972 National Stadium, Suva 19 – 21  Australia
9 12 June 1976 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 22 – 6  Australia 1976 Fijian Tour of Australia
10 19 June 1976 Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane 21 – 9  Australia
11 26 June 1976 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 27 – 17  Australia
12 24 May 1980 National Stadium, Suva 9 – 22  Australia
13 9 June 1984 National Stadium, Suva 3 – 16  Australia
14 10 August 1985 Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane 52 – 28  Australia 1985 Fijian Tour of Australia
15 17 August 1985 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 31 – 9  Australia
16 18 September 1998 Parramatta Stadium, Sydney 66 – 20  Australia 1999 Rugby World Cup qualifying
17 9 June 2007 Subiaco Oval, Perth 49 – 0  Australia
18 23 September 2007 Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier, France 55 – 12  Australia Pool Stage of 2007 Rugby World Cup
19 5 June 2010 Canberra Stadium, Canberra 49 – 3  Australia
20 23 September 2015 Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales 28 – 13  Australia 2015 Rugby World Cup Pool A
21 10 June 2017 AAMI Park, Melbourne 37 – 14  Australia 2017 mid-year tests

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