NRL Newcastle Knights vs Brisbane Broncos Live Stream Free 25 May 2015 Online Monday NRL Rugby

NRL Live Newcastle Knights vs Brisbane Broncos Stream National Rugby League Round 11 match will be kick off at Hunter Stadium, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia Monday 25 May 2015 online, 19.00 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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The shortened Round 11 wraps up with Newcastle hosting Brisbane in an intriguing affair. The Knights landed pretty well with Origin while the Broncos have again lost a host of players ensuring Newcastle go in the biggest favourites of the weekend.

Newcastle have lost just Beau Scott to Origin with Joseph Tapine replacing the veteran hardman. Brisbane have lost five players to Origin. Backs Darius Boyd and Justin Hodges have been replaced by Daniel Vidot and Dale Copley with Jordan Kahu moving to fullback. Sam Thaiday, Corey Parker, Matt Gillett and Josh McGuire absentees mean a virtually newlook pack. Jarrod Wallace starts at prop, David Stagg plays his first game of the year in the backrow, partnering Joe Ofahengaue, while Joe Boyce debuts off the bench.

Brisbane have won 29 of the 43 matches against Newcastle and have dominated the Knights over the last 10 seasons. The Broncos have won 11 of the last 15 played, winning 48-6 in their last meeting and recording 30-plus in six of those outings. The Knights have scored10 points or fewer in five of their last eight meetings against Brisbane. The Knights have not won any of the last four against the Broncos at Hunter Stadium with three losses of 13-plus. Knights fullback Dane Gagai is a former Bronco.

The Knights are now 10th on the ladder. They won their opening four games, lost their next five but held on for a close win over the Wests Tigers last Sunday. Their attack is a concerning 14th while their defence is an NRL-average eighth. The Knights have not surpassed 26 points this year. They are 3-3 at home this year. The Broncos have been sensational this year and sit third with a 7-3 record. Brisbane rate seventh in attack while they have the fourth best attack in the NRL. Brisbane have stumbled a little over the last month with two close wins and two close losses. The club is 2-3 on the road. Against non-eight teams Brisbane are 4-0 with an average win of 8.25 points.

Dane Gagai and Jordan Kahu are two centres playing fullback. Their performance will be central to this one. Gagai is a sublime talent but has been vulnerable under the high ball while Kahu really improved earlier in the year when given some time in the custodian role. Gagai is a game breaker but Kahu is more reliable. Which one triumphs will be really important here.

The Knights are 16-13 straight and ATS at home over the last three seasons with a 17-12 over record. Brisbane are 16-13 ATS as outsiders but have covered just three of their last 10. Over the last three seasons the Knights have covered five of six on Monday nights while the Broncos are 4-1 over on Mondays. The over is 7-4 after the Broncos have conceded 30 points. Brisbane have gone under in their last four interstate games.

The Knights have to win this one despite their horrid historical record against the Broncos and their clearly inferior standing. This is a first grade team against what is essentially a Queensland Cup team with Ben Hunt and Anthony Milford. Brisbane will show some pluck but Newcastle have too much class, particularly out wide. Tails will be up after last weekend and the two points is there for them again.

Players List:

Newcastle Knights: 1 Dane Gagai 2 James McManus 3 Sione Mata’utia 4 Joey Leilua 5 Akuila Uate 6 Kurt Gidley 7 Tyrone Roberts 8 Kade Snowden 9 Tyler Randell 10 Dave Fa’alogo 11 Joseph Tapine 12 Tariq Sims 13 Jeremy Smith.

Interchange: 14 Chad Redman 15 Chris Houston 16 Korbin Sims 17 Jack Stockwell

Ins: Joseph Tapine
Outs: Beau Scott (NSW)
Other unavailables: Robbie Rochow (back, round 16), Jarrod Mullen (foot, indefinite)

Brisbane Broncos: 1 Jordan Kahu 2 Daniel Vidot 3 Jack Reed 4 Dale Copley 5 Lachlan Maranta 6 Anthony Milford 7 Ben HUnt 8 Jarrod Wallace 9 Andrew McCullough 10 Adam Blair 11 Alex Glenn 12 David Stagg 13 Joe Ofahengaue.

Interchange: 14 Joe Boyce 15 Francis Molo 16 Corey Oates 17 Kodi Nikorima

Ins: Daniel Vidot, David Stagg, Joe Ofahengaue, Joe Boyce, Dale Copley
Outs: Darius Boyd, Justin Hodges, Sam Thaiday, Matt Gillett, Corey Parker (all Queesland)
Other unavailables: James Gavet (ACL, season), Elijah Alick (ACL, season)

National Rugby Canberra Raiders vs Canterbury Bulldogs Free Live Streaming 24 May 2015 Online Sunday

National Rugby League NRL 2015 Live Canberra Raiders vs Canterbury Bulldogs Stream NRL match will be kick off at Canberra Stadium, Canberra, Australia Sunday 24 May 2015 online, 16.00 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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The Canberra Raiders ran in a half century the last time they played at home and will go into their clash against the out-of-sorts Canterbury extremely confident of collecting the two points. The Dogs are in all kinds of trouble and desperately need a victory.

Canberra are unchanged from the team that lost to the Dragons with Sam Williams at least a week away. Canterbury have lost Trent Hodkinson, Josh Morris, Josh Jackson and David Klemmer to Origin, causing a mass reshuffle. Tim Lafai returns in the centres and will partner Chase Stanley with Moses Mbye moving to the halves. Tony Williams starts n the second row. Lloyd Perrett and Antonio Kaufusi join the bench.

Canterbury hold a 35-26 all-time advantage over Canberra though the Raiders won the only Grand Final played between the two sides back in 1994. The Bulldogs have certainly had the best of it lately with wins in the last two matches – 22-14 and 28-16, both in Canberra – and 11 wins in the last 17 matches. Canterbury have won five of the last seven at Canberra Stadium. Four of the last six have tallied over 40 points.

Canberra are going along in fine nick with a 5-5 record and sixth spot on the ladder. Their attack ranks top in the NRL while their defence ranks a lowly 13th. The Raiders have won four of their last six and the 32-18 loss to the Dragons last week was unfair on Canberra. They posted a 56-16 win against the Titans in their last home game, their first home win in four outings this year. Canterbury are in free fall. The one-time premiership favourites are 14th on the ladder with the 14th rated defence and the 11th ranked attack. They have won just one of their last six – five of which were at home – and have conceded more than 16 in seven straight. They have scored 20 points just three times this year and are 0-4 against Top 8 teams with an average losing margin of 11.75.

Five-eighths Blake Austin and Josh Reynolds are not only two players who can consider themselves unlucky not to make the cut for New South Wales but are so similar in style that they can be considered two peas in a pod. Austin has had a scintillating year but was a touch disappointing against the Dragons last week. Reynolds has hardly been on the field but showed enough spark against the Roosters and will be playing with a chip on his shoulder. This will be a real war of the terriers.

Canberra are 12-16 ATS at home over the last three years with a 17-11 over record. When favoured they are 10-5 with an 8-7 ATS number and a 9-6 over record while in day games the over is 10-3. Canterbury have been awful during day matches, losing six of their last seven and going 2-5 ATS. On the road in day matches they are 6-6 ATS. As a road outsider the Bulldogs are 11-6 ATS with a 9-8 over record. The over is 10-5 after the Raiders have conceded 30-plus. Des Hasler has won 12 of 14 matches against Ricky Stuart and has not lost to him since 2008.

If Canberra maintains their current run of form they should win this. The Bulldogs have been a laughingstock and are not looking any better with four Origin absentees. The return of Tim Lafai should give them some attacking spark and they did look much better when James Graham was on the field but they are unreliable. Canberra have been playing good football and have not lost anyone to Origin. If they don’t get the points here they will be very disappointed. The best bet though is the over. The Raiders play an open brand of footy and the Dogs can’t defend so that should see a fairly high score posted.

Players list:

Canberra Raiders: 1 Jack Wighton 2 Edrick Lee 3 Jarrod Croker 4 Sisa Waqa 5 Jordan Rapana 6 Blake Austin 7 Mitch Cornish 8 Paul Vaughan 9 Josh Hodgson 10 Frank-Paul Nuuausala 11 Josh Papalii 12 Iosia Soliola 13 Shaun Fensom. Interchange: 14 Kurt Baptiste 15 Jarrad Kennedy 16 David Shillington 17 Shannon Boyd

Ins: None
Outs: None
Other unavailables: Sam Williams (collapsed lung, round 12), Haydon Hodge (knee, season), Joel Edwards (foot, indefinite)

Canterbury Bulldogs: 1 Sam Perrett 2 Curtis Rona 3 Tim Lafai 4 Chase Stanley 5 Corey Thompson 6 Josh Reynolds 7 Moses Mbye 8 Aiden Tolman 9 Michael Lichaa 10 James Graham (c) 11 Frank Pritchard 12 Tony Williams 13 Greg Eastwood. Interchange: 14 Sam Kasiano 15 Tim Browne 16 Lloyd Perrett 17 Antonio Kaufusi 19 Danny Fualalo 22 Herman Ese’ese

Ins: Chase Stanley, Tim Lafai, Lloyd Perrett, Antonio Kaufusi, Danny Fualalo, Herman Ese’ese
Outs: Josh Morris, Trent Hodkinson, Josh Jackson, David Klemmer (all NSW)
Other unavailables: Brett Morris (hamstring, round 16), Pat O’Hanlon (ankle, indefinite)

NRL South Sydney Rabbitohs vs Parramatta Eels Live Stream Free 22 May 2015 Friday Online NRL Rugby Stream

NRL Live South Sydney Rabbitohs vs Parramatta Eels Stream National Rugby League Round 11 match will be kick off at ANZ Stadium , Sydney, Australia Friday 22 May 2015 online, 19.45 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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The much maligned Origin period of club football kicks off in earnest on Friday night with rivals South Sydney and Parramatta doing battle at ANZ. Both teams have lost stars to Origin, which strangely makes this match all the more compelling.

Already missing Adam Reynolds to injury, South Sydney have lost star fullback Greg Inglis to Origin duty. Alex Johnston – strangely overlooked by the Blues – shifts to fullback while Joel Reddy comes onto the wing. Chris Grevsmuhl was named 19th man but will play. Parramatta have lost Will Hopoate to Origin, forcing Ryan Morgan to the centres and allowing John Folau to be recalled. Junior Paulo returns from a long suspension on the bench, replacing the injured Isaac De Gois.

South Sydney are 65-51-3 all-time against Parramatta and seven straight before the Eels stunned the Bunnies 29-16 in Round 4 this year at Parramatta Stadium on the back of doubles to Reece Robinson and John Folau. The Bunnies have won the last six against the Eels at ANZ, posting at least 24 points on each occasion and winning by an average margin of 27 points. Alex Johnston has three tries in two career games against the Eels. Former Souths rake Nathan Peats will run out for the Eels while Joel Reddy is a former Parramatta outside back.

South Sydney sit seventh on the premiership ladder with an eighth rated attack and a sixth-ranked defence. They started the season in great nick but have won just two of their last seven. Their only win in their last five was Adam Reynolds’ only match – a grinding 16-10 win over the Dragons. Last Saturday they went down 16-12 to the Storm in Melbourne but have won four of their last five at ANZ. Parramatta sit last on the ladder – a position they finished in both in 2012 and 2013 – with the worst defence in the NRL. Their attack is solid enough, ranking ninth. They have dropped their last three – last week losing in Golden Point to New Zealand. They have conceded 22-plus in all bar three matches this yea. They have managed to score more than 16 just once in the last six weeks. They have lost both games at ANZ this year by an average of 19 points.

Look for a big matchup between young halves Luke Keary and Luke Kelly. Keary has been solid if unspectacular this year but will need to step up without Reynolds or Inglis in the side while Kelly was called up for his first game last week – a tough loss – and is feeling the pressure already after a big Chris Sandow return to the NSW Cup. The No.7 that finds their feet earliest will be huge in this.

South Sydney are 0-7 all-time without Adam Reynolds. Parramatta have been horrific at ANZ over the last four seasons with a 2-12 straight and ATS record and an average losing margin of 14.6 points. Souths are 31-14 with a 25-20 cover record though they have failed to cover their last three this year. Souths have covered just two of their last six at the ground when favoured by less than a converted try. Parramatta are 10-18 ATS after conceding 18 points or fewer while the over has saluted in the last six after Souths conceded 18 or fewer. Souths are 7-2 off an interstate loss dating back over the last four years.

Parramatta are a team well and truly on the black list. They have been a painful abomination in recent weeks, losing last Saturday as a favourite in a game they should have waltzed home in. The Bunnies have no Reynolds and no Inglis but at least have Luke Keary and Issac Luke. At ANZ the Eels routinely get decimated and the safe play is to bet a similar result on Friday.

Players List:

South Sydney Rabbitohs : 1 Alex Johnston 2 Joel Reddy 3 Dylan Walker 4 Bryson Goodwin 5 Aaron Gray 6 John Sutton 7 Luke Keary 8 George Burgess 9 Cameron McInnes 10 Dave Tyrrell 11 Ben Lowe 12 Chris McQueen 13 Jason Clark.

Interchange: 14 Issac Luke 15 Nathan Brown 16 Tim Grant 17 Thomas Burgess 18 Daryl Milard 19 Chris Grevsmuhl
Ins: Jason Clark, Daryl Milard, Joel Reddy
Outs: Greg Inglis (Queensland)

Parramatta Eels: 1 Reece Robinson 2 Semi Radradra 3 Ryan Morgan 4 Brad Takairangi 5 John Folau 6 Corey Norman 7 Luke Kelly 8 Tim Mannah (c) 9 Nathan Peats 10 Danny Wicks 11 Manu Ma’u 12 Tepai Moeroa 13 Anthony Watmough.

Interchange: 14 Junior Paulo 15 Richie Fa’aoso 16 Peni Terepo 17 Pauli Pauli
Ins: John Folau, Junior Paulo
Outs: Isaac De Gois (facial fracture, indefinite), William Hopoate (NSW)

NRL Rugby Manly Sea Eagles vs Penrith Panthers Live Stream Free 18 May 2015 Monday NRL Online Free Stream

National Rugby League NRL 2015 Live Manly Sea Eagles vs Penrith Panthers Stream NRL match will be kick off at Brookvale Oval, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Monday 18 May 2015 online, 19.00 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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Round 10 wraps up with a compelling affair from Brookvale with the resurgent Manly hosting the injury-depleted Penrith. The Sea Eagles sit in last position but are just a win outside the eight while the Panthers are only just staying in contention.

Steve Matai is back from suspension for Manly, forcing Peta Hiku to the wing and David Williams to the NSW Cup. The Panthers welcome back James Segeyaro to hooker with Api Koroisau playing five-eighth and Jamie Soward halfback. Will Smith is out. Sika Manu comes onto the bench for Tyrone Peachey.

Manly and Penrith have been competing since 1967 with the Sea Eagles winning 50 of the 80 matches. The Panthers have had the running in recent years though, winning three of the last four outings, and the two teams have won 11 apiece dating back to 1999. Brookvale has certainly proven a concern for Penrith though with Manly winning seven of the last 11 – though the Panthers won 38-26 in 2013. The teams met in Round 6 with the Panthers winning 22-12. Penrith have scored 22 plus in their last four against the Sea Eagles.

Manly sit in last position on the ladder thanks to a 15th-ranked attack and a defence that ranks 11th but have found some form either side of the rep bye with back-to-back wins against Melbourne and Newcastle. The Eagles kept opponents to 10 in each of those matches after conceding 22-plus in each of their previous three. Manly are 2-1 at Brookvale this year. Penrith are at ninth on the ladder with a 4-5 record. The Panthers have won just two of their last seven and have been kept to 14 or fewer in five of those clashes. They are 1-4 away from Pepper Stadium this year. In attack Penrith rank 12th while defensively they rate a creditable fifth.

Look for a huge clash between halfbacks Daly Cherry-Evans and Jamie Soward. Both are the two most important players to their respective teams. Cherry-Evans has been in scintillating form with the Eagles and has played match-winning hands the last two weeks. He has nine assists this season. Soward returned last week and almost guided the Panthers to an unlikely win. Penrith have two wins and a close loss with Soward on the paddock this year. These two will decide this game.

Penrith a 5-4 ATS this season while Manly are 4-5 against the number this year. The Panthers have covered just 3 of 11 Monday games since 2012 while the Sea Eagles are 7-4 straight and ATS. Manly are 24-9 (19-14 ATS) at Brookvale since 2012 and have covered seven of their last eight. They are riding a six-game home cover streak at night while they are 8-2 (7-3 ATS) at Brookvale off a two-game win streak. Penrith are 15-14 ATS on the road over the last three years and have covered 7 of 11 on the road off a loss. Penrith are 6-2 straight and ATS after being held to six points or fewer the week prior.

Manly look a great bet to finish off the round. The Sea Eagles have found some rhythm this week and will be spurred by the recent signing of Nate Myles. Daly Cherry-Evans news could be just around the corner as well and the Sea Eagles will be hoping for it because he is absolutely flying. The big issue for Penrith in this one is their centre pairing. Experienced veteran Steve Matai is back and will be up against Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, a major worry. Manly are tough to roll at Brookvale and should get the chocolates with some ease.

Players List:

Manly Sea Eagles: 1 Brett Stewart 2 Jorge Taufua 3 Jamie Lyon 4 Steve Matai 5 Peta Hiku 6 Tom Symonds 7 Daly Cherry-Evans 8 Jake Trbojevic 9 Matt Ballin (c) 10 Luke Burgess 11 Blake Leary 12 Justin Horo 13 Dunamis Lui

Interchange: 14 Feleti Mateo 15 Willie Mason 16 Josh Starling 17 Ligi Sao 18 James Hasson 20 Tony Satini

Penrith Panthers: 1 Matt Moylan 2 George Jennings 3 Waqa Blake 4 Dallin Watene Zelezniak 5 David Simmons 6 Apisai Koroisau 7 Jamie Soward 8 Nigel Plum 9 James Segeyaro 10 Sam McKendry 11 Lewis Brown 12 Isaah Yeo 13 Elijah Taylor

Interchange: 14 Bryce Cartwright 15 Jeremy Latimore 16 Sika Manu 17 Reagan Campbell-Gillard 18 Will Smith

NRL Live Newcastle Knights vs Wests Tigers Live Free Streaming 17 May 2015 Online NRL Round 10

NRL Live Newcastle Knights vs Wests Tigers Stream National Rugby League Round 10 match will be kick off at Hunter Stadium, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia Sunday 17 May 2015 online, 16.00 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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The Wests Tigers and Newcastle Knights both started the season in good form but have passed up some early season success with some mid-season mediocrity. Both teams are craving the two points and will see this as a very winnable game.

Jarrod Mullen remains sidelined for Newcastle meaning Kurt Gidley will play five-eighth, Dane Gagai fullback and Sione Mata’utia centre. Jack Stockwell comes onto the bench for Joe Tapine. The Wests Tigers are unchanged.

The Wests Tigers and Newcastle have had a very tight rivalry with the Tigers winning 10 of the 19 matches played. The teams have played just once a year for the last seven seasons with the Tigers winning 23-20 last year after the Knights had recorded two big wins, both in Newcastle. The Tigers hold a 6-5 advantage over the Knights in Newcastle. Seven of the last nine matches have topped 43 points.

After winning their opening four games, the Knights have dropped five straight and have fallen to 12th on the ladder with the 14th-ranked attack and 8th-rated defence. After conceding 14.6 points a game over the first five rounds, they have conceded 26.5 points the last four weeks. The Knights are 2-3 at home this year and a poor 2-3 against teams outside the eight. The Tigers have fallen to 10th on the ladder with a 4-5 record. Their attack sits 8th while their defence is rated 10th. They have won just two of their last seven – against Parramatta and Canterbury – while they have conceded 30-plus in three of their last four. Against teams outside the eight they are 3-1 this year.

Fans of the big boppers will be salivating over the matchup between in-form bookends Kade Snowden and Aaron Woods. The Tigers No.8 gets all the raps and has had a big year where he has averaged 192 metres and 31 tackles a game and rightly won Australian honours. Snowden, though, has been nearly as effective though with 118 metres and 33 tackles. Both run hard and hit hard and get through plenty of work. This game will be won and lost in the trenches.

Newcastle are 16-13 straight and ATS at home over the last three seasons but are 8-11 ATS when favoured. In day home matches the over is 12-5 for the Knights with a 10-7 cover rate. The Tigers are 10-7 ATS over the last three years in day matches with the under 9-8. Home favourites off five straight losses are 6-15 ATS. The Tigers are 13-8 over after conceding 30-plus since 2013.

Newcastle are entitled to win this match. The Tigers aren’t much chop and on the road should be there for the taking. The Knights are just playing with zero confidence at the moment though. The best play in this match is the over. Day games in Newcastle typically go over the total and this line is very low. If the weather holds and the sun is out the over is an excellent bet.

Players List:

Newcastle Knights : 1 Dane Gagai 2 James McManus 3 Sione Mata’utia 4 Joseph Leilua 5 Akuila Uate 6 Kurt Gidley (c) 7 Tyrone Roberts 8 Kade Snowden 9 Tyler Randell 10 David Fa’alogo 11 Beau Scott 12 Tariq Sims 13 Jeremy Smith

Interchange: 14 Adam Clydsdale 15 Chris Houston 16 Korbin Sims 17 Jack Stockwell 18 Joseph Tapine

Wests Tigers: 1 James Tedesco 2 Kevin Naiqama 3 Delouise Hoeter 4 Chris Lawrence 5 Pat Richards 6 Mitch Moses 7 Luke Brooks 8 Aaron Woods 9 Robbie Farah (c) 10 Keith Galloway 11 Curtis Sironen 12 Kyle Lovett 13 Martin Taupau

Interchange: 14 Dene Halatau 15 Ava Seumanufagai 16 Matthew Lodge 17 Sauaso Sue