Wagga’s Matt McTaggart has one final chance to impress on the international stage as part of the under 20s Rugby World Cup.
Australia will be looking to finish on a high after being knocked out of the running by New Zealand.
Despite a good comeback for the young Aussie side, the Kiwis scored a 27-18 win.
It means the Junior Wallabies will take on Italy in the fifth placed play-off.
A victory on Wednesday morning (Australian time) would ensure a higher seeding for the next tournament.
Australia has only the one win so far, over Japan, after a loss to Wales to start the tournament in France.
The Welsh scored a one-point against Japan to cement second place in the pool.