On 15 October 2022
On Saturday, October 15, Australia and Fiji will play in the Rugby League World Cup at Headingley Stadium, Leeds. You can watch Fiji vs Australia Rugby League World Cup 2022 live stream on your PC, laptop, smart TV, iPad, iPhone, Tab, and other Android devices from all over the world. Rugby Live TV offers reasonable premium subscriptions. Sign up at RugbyLiveTV.com to watch RLWC 2022 Schedule games live stream without VPN or cable.
RLWC 2022 is the biggest tournament in its history, and in this World Cup, 16 teams participate in four groups. Australia hopes to win its third World Cup in a row, which would be a record. Here you will know the second RLWC 2022 match live stream details.
Group B-Australia, Fiji, Scotland, Italy
Head Coach: Mal Meninga
Capt. James Tedesco
2017 – Winners
Squads: Isaah Yeo, Jack Wighton, Jack Wighton, Jake Trbojevic, James Tedesco, Murray Taulagi, Jeremiah Nanai, Cameron Murray, Cameron Munster, Latrell Mitchell, Liam Martin, ), en Hunt, Valentine Holmes, Harry Grant, Campbell Graham, Tino Fa'asuamaleaui, Angus Crichton, Reuben Cotter, Lindsay Collins, Nathan Cleary, Daly Cherry-Evans, Patrick Carrigan, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Matt Burton, Josh Addo-Carr
Australia defeated England with a score of 6-0 in the 2017 World Cup final, and since then, Australia have only participated in four matches. The Kangaroos have played both New Zealand and Tonga twice and have won and lost to both teams, with their most recent loss coming to Tonga in 2019. They haven't competed since then, but there is no question that they are still the squad that everyone should focus on defeating. They consistently are.
Head Coach: Joe Rabele
Captain: Kevin Naiqama
2008 - Semi-final
Squads: Josh Wong, Brandon Wakeham, King Vuniyayawa, Semi Valemei, Sunia Turuva, Penioni Tagituimu, Maika Sivo, Taniela Sadrugu, Mikaele Ravalawa, Joseph Ratuvakacereivalu, Henry Raiwalui, Ben Nakubuwai, Kevin Naiqama, Sitiveni Moceidreke, Laitia Moceidreke, Kaylen Miller, Netane Masima, Isaac Lumelume, Lamar Manuel-Liolevave, Pio Seci, Apisai Koroisau, Viliame Kikau, Vuate Karawalevu, Tui Kamikamica, Jowasa Drodrolagi
Tonga and Samoa receive the most attention among the Pacific island nations, but Fiji is the team with the most runs as they enter their sixth World Cup. By progressing farther, they want to build on their previous three semi-final finishes. They've beaten a top-tier nation, New Zealand, in 2017. The Bati will be under pressure to put a midseason setback to Papua New Guinea behind them and defeat both Scotland and Italy before taking on Australia, which would guarantee their entrance into the quarterfinals. You write them off from that point on at your own risk.