Papua New Guinea vs Wales Rugby League World Cup Live Stream: 31 OCT 2022

Papua vs Wales Rugby League World Cup Live Stream

Papua New Guinea vs Wales Rugby League World Cup Live Stream: 31 OCT 2022

RLWC 2022: Papua New Guinea and Wales Rugby Live Stream

On 31 October 2022


On Sunday, October 31, 2022, Papua New Guinea and Wales will face off in the RLWC at Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster. The Rugby League World Cup 2022 match between Wales and Papua New Guinea will start at 7:30 PM BST. Join our family and watch the RLWC 2022 scheduled games live stream. Without wasting a single minute, subscribe to as Rugby Live TV provides cost-effective global streaming.

Group D-Tonga, Wales, Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea Rugby Live Stream: RLWC 2022


Head Coach:  Stanley Tepend
Capt. Rhyse Martin
World Cup Appearances:  7 (1985-88, 1989-92, 1995, 2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Wining Records:  Quarterfinals (2000, 2017)


Papua New Guinea RLWC Squad:


Squads: Alex Johnston, Jimmy Ngutlik, Rodrick Tai, McKenzie Yei, Edwin Ipape, Xavier Coates, Nene Macdonald, Emmanuel Waine, Jacob Alick, Wellington Albert, Wesser Tenza, Sherwin Tanabi, Jeremiah Simbiken, Dan Russell, Nixon Putt, Sylvester Namo, Rhyse Martin, Kyle Laybutt, Lachlan Lam, Zev John, Edene Gebbie, Watson Boas, Kevin Appo, Justin Olam.

 Papua New Guinea RLWC Preview: Rugby Live Stream


Papua New Guinea, the most prestigious rugby league nation, joins the World Cup this year with unflinching confidence.

In the previous encounter, halfback Lachlanlam had scored two goals in a 24-14 victory against Fiji at Campbeltown earlier this year.

Their previous World Cup campaign came to an end in a 36-6 quarterfinal defeat to eventual runners-up England at Melbourne's AAMI Park 

Wales RLWC 2022 Live Stream:


Head Coach: John Kear
Capt. Elliot Kear,
World Cup Appearances: 5 (1975, 1995, 2000, 2013, 2017)


Wales RLWC Squads:


Squads: Tom Hopkins, Rhys Williams, Anthony Walker, Kyle Evans, Curtis Davies, Connor Davies, Mike Butt, Chester Butler, Joe Burke, Gavin Bennion, Bailey Antrobus, Luis Roberts, Josh Ralph, Caleb Aekins, Ollie Olds, James Olds, Rhodri Lloyd, Elliot Kear, Dalton Grant, Matty Fozard, Dan Fleming, Ben Evans, Will Evans, Rhys Evans.

Wales RLWC Preview: Rugby Live Stream


The Dragons are set to host the World Cup in their own nation, twenty years after one of the best periods for Welsh rugby league.

It will be a difficult challenge for them to play the Cook Islands in their opening game in Leigh. It will be extremely hard for them to win their upcoming games against Tonga and Papua New Guinea.

In 2018, they first played in an international match, losing to France 34-10 in Albi.

They have failed to advance past the World Cup group stage every year since 2000.

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