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England Rugby League World Cup Live streams “When does it start and schedule”

PNG vs England Rugby live stream Game will start their 2021 Rugby League World Cup campaigns against each other in DW Stadium, Wigan. Spark Sport has today announced that Warner Bros. Discovery will be the New Zealand free-to-air partner for Rugby League World Cup 2021 which takes place from 15 October to 19 November 2022 in England.

England will be able to access all 61 matches across the men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments exclusively live and on-demand on Spark Sport while delayed coverage of all England Rugby League matches will be available on Three and ThreeNow.

Here are some of the best streaming RLWC Game TV devices to use when streaming sport on Stan.

England Rugby League Live stream

Game Rugby League World Cup: England vs PNG
Venue DW Stadium, Wigan
Date & time 5th November 2022
Television SKY Sports & Foxtel Now
Streaming WATCH HERE

Rugby League World Cup 2021 is the pinnacle event in international rugby league and will see the 15 wheelchair matches played alongside the men’s (16 nations) and the women’s (eight nations) tournaments and broadcast live for the first time.

England head coach Shaun Wane has named his 24man squad for the tournament later this month and here is everything you need to know about who has been called up and when the tournament begins:

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Where can I stream Rugby League World Cup?

Coverage of Rugby League World Cup is set to be available to stream live on the Our League App.

Users can sign up to the Our League App for free, with coverage of a number of games both domestically and internationally available at no additional cost.

England RLWC 2022 Schedule | Men’s Rugby League World Cup

Men’s

Date Match Live on Spark Sport Delayed on Three
15 October England vs Samoa 7.30am 9.30am
22 October England vs France 7.30am 8.30am
29 October England vs Greece 7.30am 8.30am
5 November QF1: Winner Group B v Runner Up Group C 8.30am 9.30am (if Kiwis feature)
6 November QF3: Winner Group C v Runner Up Group B 8.30am 9.30am (if Kiwis feature)
12 November SF1: Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 8.45am 10am (if Kiwis feature)
13 November SF2: Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 3.30am 8.30am(if Kiwis feature)
20 November Men’s Final 5.00am 9.00am (if Kiwis feature)

Here is the final 24-man squad that will represent England at the Rugby League World Cup:

  • Sam Tomkins (Catalans Dragons, captain)
  • Andy Ackers (Salford Red Devils)
  • Joe Batchelor (St Helens)
  • John Bateman (Wigan Warriors)
  • Tom Burgess (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
  • Mike Cooper (Wigan Warriors)
  • Herbie Farnworth (Brisbane Broncos)
  • Ryan Hall (Hull KR)
  • Chris Hill (Huddersfield Giants)
  • Morgan Knowles (St Helens)
  • Matty Lees (St Helens)
  • Tommy Makinson (St Helens)
  • Michael McIlorum (Catalans Dragons)
  • Mike McMeeken (Catalans Dragons)
  • Mikolaj Oledzki (Leeds Rhinos)
  • Kai Pearce-Paul (Wigan Warriors)
  • Victor Radley (Sydney Roosters)
  • Marc Sneyd (Salford Red Devils)
  • Luke Thompson (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
  • Kallum Watkins (Salford Red Devils)
  • Jack Welsby (St Helens)
  • Elliott Whitehead (Canberra Raiders), George Williams (Warrington Wolves), Dom Young (Newcastle Knights).

England RLWC 2022 Schedule | Women’s Rugby League World Cup

  • Sunday, 1:30am (AEDT): England vs Papua New Guinea at DW Stadium, Wigan

England braced for their first big test of the World Cup against PNG

The Papua New Guinea Kumuls take on Wales in round 3 of the Rugby League World Cup  this morning at 5:30 am Tuesday local time. A win will put the Kumuls in the quarter final playoffs against host nation England.

The Papua New Guinea Kumuls coach Stanley Tepend  has announced his team lineup to face Wales in the final round of the Rugby World Cup.

There are few changes to the Kumuls lineup. In the forwards, Sherwin Tanabi replaces Sylvester Namo has been rested while Zev John replaces Mekenzie Yer who faces a match ban following high shot on a Cook Islands player last week. Watson Boas has been rested and he is replaced by Wesser Tenzer for the utility role.

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