on 29 October 2022
Fiji and Scotland are going to compete in the Rugby League World Cup 2022 on Saturday, October 29th, 2022. The match between Scotland and Fiji will take place at Kingston Park, Newcastle. Don’t miss watching Fiji vs Scotland rugby live stream on your PC, laptop, TV, and Android devices.
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Group B-Australia, Fiji, Italy, Scotland
Scotland RLWC 2022 Live Stream:
Head Coach: Nathan Graham
Capt. Dale Ferguson
World Cup Appearances: 4 (2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Sam Luckly, Alex Walker, Bayley Liu, Logan Bayliss-Brow, Lachlan Walmsley, Charlie Emslie, Ryan Brierley, James Bell, Dale Ferguson, Jack Teanby, Matty Russell, Euan Aitken, Kieran Buchanan, Bailey Hayward, Lewis Clarke, Calum Gahan, Luke Bain, Shane Toal, Kane Linnett, Guy Graham, Kyle Schneider, Liam Hood, Davey Dixon, Ben Hellewell.
Scotland returned to the International Rugby League in October after two years break when they drew with World Cup rookie Jamaica in a 30-man draw.
The RLWC Scotland's squad features Championship and League One players and a number of Super League and NRL stars expected to compete in the World Cup in October.
Scotland started their campaign against Italy before facing Australia in Coventry and finishing the group stage against the Fijians in Newcastle.
Head Coach: Joe Rabele
Capt. Kevin Naiqama
World Cup Appearances: 5 (1995, 2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Viliame Kikau, Sitiveni Moceidreke, Pio Maisamoa Seci, Penioni Tagituimua, Lamar Manuel-Liolevave, Taniela Sadrugu, Tui Kamikamica, Jowasa Drodrolagi, Josh Wong, Isaac Lumelume, Joseph Ratuvakacereivalu, Mikaele Ravalawa, Vuate Karawalevu, Brandon Wakeham, Kaylen Miller, Apisai Koroisau, Ben Nakubuwai, King Vuniyayawa, Netane Masima, Kevin Naiq
To improve on their three consecutive World Cup semi-final appearances, Fiji will go to the UK with their strongest team ever. Fiji faced Australia in their first RLWC 2022 match, in which they lost by a score of 8-42. To defeat Italy and Scotland in their upcoming games in Newcastle, Fiji will have to put in a lot of effort.