Almost nine thousand tickets have already been sold for the match which forms part of the Qantas Wallabies autumn programme that kicks off with a fixture in Tokyo against the All Blacks.
Gloucester Rugby's Commercial Manager Pete Grzonka told the club website that tickets are selling well;
"We are very pleased with the number of tickets that have been sold so far in such a short time of just two weeks from going on general sale".
"The match will be a momentous occasion for Rugby supporters of all ages to enjoy and we are all very excited to be hosting such a world class team here at Kingsholm".
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