RLWC 2022 the Kangaroos final round pool match of the World Cup against Italy on Sunday morning (AEDT). you’re at the right place! Rugby League World Cup Kangaroos vs Italy Rugby live stream from anywhere around the world by following the mentioned steps bellow.
Each pool’s top 2 teams will advance to the quarter-finals and the finalists will be qualified for the 2025 Rugby League World Cup:
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Watch Men’s Rugby World Cup 2022 live from anywhere
Watch the Rugby League World Cup 2022 live (RLWC) , the 16th international men’s rugby tournament, starting from October 15, 2022 till November 19, 2022. In 1954, the first Rugby World Cup was held in France.
The tournament will be held in England and it is organized by International Rugby League and will be live streamed by ITV.
These teams represent their respective countries at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup:
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Nathan Cleary and Daly Cherry-Evans are set to combine in the halves together for Australia after coach Mal Meninga opted to rest Cameron Munster for the Kangaroos’ final round pool match of the World Cup against Italy on Sunday morning (AEDT).
Munster, who leads all players in the tournament with five try assists in the opening two games, has not been named as part of the Kangaroos’ 19-man squad.
Instead, it is expected that Cleary and Cherry-Evans — who split the halfback duties in the opening two games — will combine together to face the Azzurri, with a win officially confirming the green and golds’ place in the quarter-finals.
The tournament’s leading try-scorer Josh Addo-Carr has also been rested by Meninga, along with hooker Harry Grant, while forwards Angus Crichton and Jake Trbojevic have been left out after featuring in the earlier two matches.
Cowboys trio Reuben Cotter, Jeremiah Nanai and Murray Taulagi all return to the squad, while Latrell Mitchell is also back after being rested last week.
Kangaroos-Italy Rugby League Squad
Kangaroos team to face Italy (alphabetical order): 12. Matt Burton, 6. Reagan Campbell-Gillard, 13. Patrick Carrigan, 2. Daly Cherry-Evans, 14. Nathan Cleary, 15. Lindsay Collins, 16. Reuben Cotter, 18. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui, 19. Campbell Graham, 4. Valentine Holmes, 3. Ben Hunt, 21. Liam Martin, 8. Latrell Mitchell, 11. Cameron Murray (vc), 22. Jeremiah Nanai, 23. Murray Taulagi, 1. James Tedesco (c), 10. Jack Wighton, 24. Isaah Yeo (vc).
Italy: 1 Luke Polselli, 2 Richard Lepori, 3 Daniel Atkinson, 4 Ethan Natoli, 5 Jake Maizen, 6 Jack Campagnolo, 7 Radean Robinson, 10 Anton Iaria, 9 Dean Parata, 15 Luca Moretti, 11 Ryan King, 12 Brenden Santi, 13 Nathan Brown (captain), 14 Joey Tramontana, 16 Gioele Celerino, 19 Luke Hodge, 20 Jack Colovatti, 18 Kyle Pickering, 17 Ronnie Palumbo