On 22 October 2022
The Rugby League World Cup 2022 match between Fiji and Italy is scheduled for Saturday, October 22 at Kingston Park, Newcastle. Watch the Italy vs. Fiji RLWC 2022 live stream on your smartphone from anywhere. Rugby Live TV offers the most affordable price packages, which are easy to pay for anyone. Subscribe to RugbyLiveTV.com to begin watching the Rugby League World Cup 2022 Schedule and complete games live stream without the use of a VPN or cable.
In this mega event, sixteen nations will compete in four groups, with Australia aiming to win its third World Cup in a row. Here are the details for Rugby League's match live stream.
Group B- Fiji, Scotland, Italy, Australia
Head Coach: Joe Rabele
Capt. Kevin Naiqama
World Cup Appearances: 5 (1995, 2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Wining Records: Semifinals (2008, 2013, 2017)
Fiji: Viliame Kikau, Penioni Tagituimua, Taniela Sadrugu, Tui Kamikamica, Jowasa Drodrolagi, Josh Wong, Isaac Lumelume, Joseph Ratuvakacereivalu, Mikaele Ravalawa, Pio Maisamoa Seci, Vuate Karawalevu, Brandon Wakeham, Kaylen Miller, Sitiveni Moceidreke, Apisai Koroisau, Ben Nakubuwai, Lamar Manuel-Liolevave, King Vuniyayawa, Netane Masima, Kevin Naiqama, Henry Raiwalui, , Maika Sivo, Sunia Turuva, Semi Valemei,
Fiji Bati will travel to the United Kingdom with their strongest squad ever to build on their three straight semi-final finishes at the World Cup. Fiji played their first RLWC 2022 match with Australia, but unfortunately, Fiji lost the game with a score of 8-42. Fiji will need to work hard to win the next games against Italy and Scotland in Newcastle.
Fiji vs Australia (Headingley Stadium, Leeds)
Fiji vs Italy (Kingston Park, Newcastle)
Fiji vs Scotland (Kingston Park, Newcastle)
Head Coach: Leo Epifania
Capt. Brendan Santi
World Cup Appearances: 2 (2013, 2017)
Wining Records: Group stage (2013, 2017)
Italy: Jack Colovatti, Richard Lepori, Kyle Pickering, Cooper Johns, Daniel Atkinson, Gieole Celerino, Ryan King, Alex Rojatto, Jake Maizen, Luca Moretti, Luke Polselli, Nathan Brown, Anton Iaria, Ethan Natoli, Rinaldo Palumbo, Giordano Arena, Jack Campagnolo, Alec Susino, Joey Tramontana, Luke Hodge, Simone Boscolo, Nicholas Tilburg, Dean Parata, Brenden Santi, Ippolito Occhialini,
In recent years, COVID-19's effects on international rugby league games have hurt the Italians the most. The Azzuri haven't played in almost three years, which is the longest time in the squad. Most of their top players haven't played for the team since the 2017 World Cup. In a European Qualifiers game in Dublin, Ireland, in November 2019, they lost to Ireland by a score of 25–4.
Italy's first Rugby League World Cup began in Newcastle, where they will face a tough Scotland team. Now they will compete with two strong teams, Fiji and Australia.
Italy vs Scotland (Kingston Park, Newcastle)
Italy vs Fiji (Kingston Park, Newcastle)
Italy vs Australia (Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens)