“Our Wallaby and Wallaroo double-header events in Australia have been extremely popular with fans in Sydney in Perth and we are looking forward to staging the first ever double-header in front of packed Marvel Stadium in Melbourne,” Castle said in a release.
“In 2019 we saw how much these events have captured the imagination of fans in both countries, with a sold-out sign at Optus Stadium in the west and again at Eden Park in Auckland a week later, and we expect there to be a lot of excitement in Melbourne to watch two fantastic Test matches.

Victorian Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events Martin Pakula said they expected a strong crowd for the double header.

“Melbourne loves a big sporting event and the city has shown time and time again that it is a world class host. We can’t wait to get there in August next year,” he said in a release.

“Melbourne is the major events capital of Australia and the Bledisloe Cup certainly fits comfortably into that category.

“We’re excited to be welcoming the Bledisloe Cup to Victoria for the first time since 2010.

“Almost 30,000 people turned out at AAMI Park last year when the Wallabies hosted Ireland and we expect to top that at Marvel Stadium next August.”
It will be an absolute f**king disgrace if all 53,359 seats for the Bledisloe match at Docklands aren't sold-out well before 8 August 2020.