Australia Kangaroos face to NZ Kiwis RLWC 2022 Semi-finals on 12 November 2022 at Elland Road. The Kangaroos take on New Zealand at 6.45am (AEDT) in a mouthwatering clash in Leeds that will decide which trans-Tasman rival progresses to the tournament decider, to play either England or Samoa.
This mega Event will be hosted in England. The event may be held in 2021, But due to the pandemic period it was postponed and the fixed schedule going on now 15 October 2022. The full list of 21 venues to be used for the three tournaments (men’s, women’s, and wheelchair).
Fixtures for 2022 Rugby League World Cup Semi-finals
- Saturday, 6:30am (AEDT): Australia Kangaroos vs NZ Kiwis at Elland Road
- Saturday, 1:30am (AEDT): England vs Samoa at Emirates Stadium
Kiwis vs kangaroos RLWC 2022 Preview
From halfway around the world, the eyes of Australian and Kiwi rugby league fans will turn to Elland Road in Leeds on Saturday morning (AEDT) for a World Cup semi-final nine years in the making.
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That’s how long it has been since the Trans-Tasman rivals have squared off at the Cup, with the Kangaroos storming to a 34-2 victory in the 2013 Final at another mecca of English sport, Old Trafford.
With Melbourne’s ‘Big Three’ Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Cooper Cronk showing the way, Australia produced their second biggest win over New Zealand at a World Cup, the 32-point margin eclipsed only by the 36-point gap in 1970 when the Kangaroos won 47-11 at Wigan.
In 15 World Cup clashes, it’s the green and gold holding a staggering 14-1 advantage, with an average winning margin of a tick under 20 points.
From Paris to Auckland, Marseilles to Manchester, the Land Down Under has had its way with the Land of the Long White Cloud… apart from November 22, 2008 when the brilliance of Benji Marshall sparked a stunning upset in Brisbane.
That emotion-charged World Cup final in ’08 holds a special place in Kiwi folklore, a triumph for the ages as they stormed back from 16-12 down at half-time to grab the Paul Barriere Trophy for the first time.
Rugby League World Cup Live broadcast in New Zealand (RLWC 2022)?
- Sky NZ (New Zealand)
RLWC semifinal Live broadcast in Australia?
The World Cup is being broadcast exclusively on Fox Sports and online streamer Kayo in Australia. Unfortunately, that means no games will be on paid-to-air television on Fox Sports and Kayo.
- Fox Sports (Australia)
- Ten Play (Australia)
Rugby League World Cup Live broadcast in UK
- BBC/BBC Two/BBC iPlayer