on 15 October 2022
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It is this biggest tournament sixteen nations will compete in four groups, with Australia hoping to win its third straight World Cup. Here are Rugby League's first group match live stream details.
Group A - France, England, Greece, Samoa
Head Coach: Shaun Wane
Captain: Sam Tomkins
2008 - semi-final,
2013 - semi-final,
2017 - runners up
Squad: Dominic Young, George Williams, Elliott Whitehead, Jack Welsby, Kallum Watkins, Sam Tomkins, Luke Thompson, Marc Sneyd, Victor Radley, Kai Pearce-Paul, Mikolaj Oledzki, Mike McMeeken, Michael McIlorum, Tommy Makinson, Matty Lees, Morgan Knowles, Chris Hill, Ryan Hall, Herbie Farnworth, Mike Cooper, Tom Burgess, John Bateman, Joe Batchelor, Andy Ackers.
In 2018, England was booming. They had just defeated New Zealand in a test series and finished second at the 2017 World Cup, which was their highest finish since 1995. Since then, there haven't been many international matches, so it's understandable for supporters to feel distant from England.
Head Coach: Matt Parish
Captain: Anthony Milford
2008 - Group Stage,
2013 - quarter-finals,
2017 - quarter-finals
Squad: Kelma Tuilagi, Brian To’o, Martin Taupau, Izack Tago, Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, Joseph Suaalii, Jaydn Su’a, Junior Paulo, Josh Papalii, Anthony Milford, Tyrone May, Taylan May, Jarome Luai, Danny Levi, Spencer Leniu, Luciano Leilua, Oregon Kaufusi, Royce Hunt, Chanel Harris-Tavita, Braden Hamlin-Uele, Mathew Feagai, Stephen Crichton, Fa'amanu Brown, Josh Aloiai.
Three Samoa players recently signed a petition calling for Coach Matt Parish to be fired. The petition, which was sent to the prime minister of Samoa last year, included criticisms of Parish's lack of professionalism and subpar performance. Also mentioned was a lack of regard for Samoan cultural customs and traditions. Since that time, Parish has maintained his position, and he has put together what is perhaps the strongest team the nation has ever sent to a World Cup.