on 21 October 2022
On October 21, 2022, at Coventry Building Society Arena, Coventry, Australia, and Scotland will play in the Rugby League World Cup 2022. There is no need for any additional software or hardware to watch the Scotland vs. Australia RLWC live stream from anywhere in the world.
The Rugby League World Cup 2022 match between Australia and Scotland will be broadcast live on RugbyLiveTV.com. All you need to get a premium subscription, as Rugby Live TV offers all sports streaming at a reasonable price in one place. You can watch the entire RLWC 2022 competition right here!
Group B - Fiji, Scotland, Italy, Australia
Head Coach: Mal Meninga
Capt. James Tedesco
World Cup Appearances: 15 (1954, 1957, 1960, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1985-88, 1989-92, 1995, 2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Squad: Patrick Carrigan, Murray Taulagi, Matt Burton, Isaah Yeo, Angus Crichton Tino Fa’asuamaleaui, Liam Martin, Josh Addo-Carr, Lindsay Collins, Cameron Murray, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Campbell Graham, Valentine Holmes, Cameron Munster, James Tedesco, Jack Wighton, Harry Grant, Daly Cherry-Evans, Ben Hunt, Jake Trbojevic, Reuben Cotter, Nathan Cleary, Latrell Mitchell, Jeremiah Nanai.
Despite losing some high-profile players, the Kangaroos still have the best skill pool in rugby league, making them nearly impossible to beat after two consecutive perfect World Cup campaigns.
When they take on Fiji in Leeds for the tournament opener, it will have been nearly three years since their last international game, a 16-12 setback to Tonga in Auckland.
Next up on their schedule before the finals are matches against Scotland in Coventry and Italy in St. Helens. Don’t miss watching Scotland vs Australia RLWC 2022 live stream and full match replay at RugbyLiveTV.com.
Head Coach: Nathan Graham
Capt. Dale Ferguson
World Cup Appearances: 4 (2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Squad: Alex Walker, Logan Bayliss-Brow, Charlie Emslie, Ryan Brierley, James Bell, Dale Ferguson, Jack Teanby, Matty Russell, Euan Aitken, Bailey Hayward, Lewis Clarke, Lachlan Walmsley, Calum Gahan, Shane Toal, Sam Luckly, Kane Linnett, Guy Graham, Kieran Buchanan, Kyle Schneider, Liam Hood, Davey Dixon, Bayley Liu, Ben Hellewell, Luke Bain.
In a 30-all draw with World Cup rookies Jamaica in October of last year, Scotland made their comeback to the international rugby league arena after an almost two-year absence.
The majority of the players in their team for that match were Championship and League One players, and some Super League and NRL stars were expected to declare for the World Cup in October.
Scotland played their RLWC 2022 first match against Italy, where Scotland lost the match by a score of 4–28. Scotland will need to work hard to win the next matches against Australia and the Fijians in Coventry and Newcastle, respectively.