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NZ kiwis vs Fiji Rugby League World Cup: how to watch?

The NZ Kiwis have made just one change to their squad ahead of their Rugby League World Cup quarter-final fixture against Fiji on Sunday. New Zealand Kiwis vs Fiji Bati will face off in the third quarter-final of this year’s Rugby League World Cup, with a number of NRL stars likely to take the field.

The Bati will play NZ at 7.30am Sunday.

The match is set to kick off at 8:30am NZT on Sunday.

The Kiwis went undefeated throughout the group stage, finishing with a commanding points differential of +122. The Kiwis go into their quarter-final after topping Pool C with victories over the Lebanon Cedars (34-12), Jamaica’s Reggae Warriors (68-6) and the Ireland Wolfhounds (48-10).

After losing 8-42 to the Kangaroos in their opening match, Fiji beat Italy’s Azzurri 60-4 and the Scotland Bravehearts 30-14 to finish runner-up in Pool B

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When is New Zealand Kiwis vs Fiji RLWC?

The quarter-final between New Zealand and Fiji will kick off at 7:30 pm local time on Saturday, November 5.

For Aussie viewers, the action will begin at 6:30 am AEDT on Sunday, November 6.

MKM Stadium in Hull, England is the venue for this knockout match.

How to watch, TV channel and live stream for NZ Kiwis vs Fiji RLWC

The match will be broadcast live in Australia, England and New Zealand on TV and via live streaming services.

Australia England New Zealand
TV Fox League BBC Sky Sports NZ
Streaming Foxtel/Kayo BBC Spark Sports
Start time 6:30 am AEDT 7:30 pm GMT 8.30 am NZT

New Zealand vs Fiji RLWC tickets

To purchase tickets to New Zealand and Fiji’s quarter-final match.

NZ Kiwis vs Fiji RLWC squads

New Zealand and Fiji are both yet to announce their team lists for this quarter-final match.

Each nation’s full pre-squad tournament can be viewed here, though.

NZ kiwis vs Fiji Rugby Last Game

NZ Kiwis Rugby League World Cup quarter-final match-up against Fiji isn’t about revenge, with coach Michael Maguire asserting the 2017 upset has played no part in their preparations.

At the 2017 tournament, the Kiwis were stunned 4-2 in Wellington at the same stage.

Five years later, a much different Kiwis side will square off against Fiji again, hoping to advance to the final four.

Kiwis quarter-final squad: Nelson Asofa-Solomona, Jesse Bromwich, Kenny Bromwich, Dylan Brown, James Fisher-Harris, Kieran Foran, Peta Hiku, Jahrome Hughes, Isaac Liu, Joseph Manu, Ronaldo Mulitalo, Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Briton Nikora, Isaiah Papali’i, Jordan Rapana, Brandon Smith, Joseph Tapine, Scott Sorensen, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak.

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