Three days later, two teams will meet each other in Canberra.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for our Volleyroos to be playing China ahead of the opening round of the (FIVB Volleyball) World League,” Volleyball Australia CEO, Mathieu Meriaux said. “China is also one of the main contenders for the Asian Men’s Championship in Tehran, Iran, in August, so it will be good test to ourselves against them at the start of the season.”
The Chinese team is currently ranked No. 17 in the world and will provide 13th ranked Australia with a strong test ahead of this year’s World League campaign. The two teams have played each other 55 times, with Australia winning 44 of those matches.
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