NRL Manly Sea Eagles vs Brisbane Broncos Live Streaming Free 2015 NRL 01 August Saturday Rugby League Stream

NRL Live Manly Sea Eagles vs Brisbane Broncos Stream National Rugby League Round 21 match will be kick off at Central Coast Stadium, Gosford, New South Wales, Australia Saturday 01 August 2015 online, Time 19.30 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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Manly’s season swings in the balance this Saturday night against the league-leading Brisbane Broncos, just days after Geoff Toovey was told he would have his contract cut short by a year. How the Sea Eagles respond will be critical to this one.

The Sea Eagles have lost backrowers Tom Symonds and Ligi Sao, meaning Justin Horo and Blake Leary come into the team along with Michael Chee-Kam. Jesse Sene-Lefao replaces the dumped Luke Burgess on the bench. Jack Reed returns for Brisbane, forcing Jordan Kahu to the wing and Corey Oates to the bench. Dale Copley drops out. Joe Ofahengaue comes in for the suspended Adam Blair.

Manly and Brisbane have one of the most close-fought rivalries in the premiership with the Sea Eagles winning 20 to the Broncos 19 with one draw. The Sea Eagles have won 10 of the last 14 against the Broncos and have not dropped two straight against Brisbane since 2006. Brisbane won at Suncorp in Round 13 44-10, matching their victory in the club’s first ever game. Seven of the last 12 matches between the sides have topped 40 points. Manly are 12-3 all-time on the Central Coast while the Broncos have won both their games at the venue.

Manly have climbed to 11th on the ladder and have the 11th best differential, ninth rated defence and 12th ranked attack. The Sea Eagles have won three of their last four and come into this off a 32-12 win against the Warriors in Auckland. The Eagles have scored 28-plus in four of their last six. Against Top 4 teams this year the Sea Eagles are 0-4 with an average losing margin of 17 points. Brisbane lead the premiership with a 15-3 record and the second best differential. Brisbane have the best attack in the NRL and have combined it with the third ranked defence. The Broncos are riding an eight-game win streak and are 7-2 on the road this year. Brisbane have conceded more than 16 points just once in their last seven while they have scored 34-plus in four of their last six (all at Suncorp). Brisbane are 9-1 against non-eight teams with eight double figure wins.

Daly Cherry-Evans and Ben Hunt seem set to battle it out for a Queensland jumper for the next five years and their battle on Saturday will be spectacular. Both have 11 try assists this year, Hunt leads five tries to four, Cherry-Evans has two more line breaks and three more offloads, Hunt has seven more tackle busts, Cherry-Evans has been better defensively and Hunt has kicked more effectively. These two are remarkably similar types and it is going to be fascinating to see these two square off.

Brisbane are 13-5 ATS this year and have covered their last four and seven of their last eight. Manly are 9-9 ATS and have gone over in their last four. Of the last 12 matches on the Central Coast, 10 have gone under with an average total 33 points. Manly have covered just five of their last 16 away from Brookvale. The Broncos have covered six of their last seven interstate with the under saluting in six of their last seven interstate. Interstate favourites of more than a converted try are 35-48 ATS since 2009. Brisbane are 10-5 under after scoring 30 points.

Very keen to play the under in this one. Brisbane’s average road total is 33 this year while their interstate record has typically seen the under come home. Gosford has also been a bastion for the under in recent times. It is hard not to see the Broncos winning and covering as well. Manly have shown nothing against quality teams this year and have arguably the worst forward pack in the NRL and with the Geoff Toovey situation coming to a head it has been a week of distraction. The Broncos just keep on rolling, they travel well and can put teams to the sword.

Players List:

Manly Sea Eagles: 1 Brett Stewart 2 Jorge Taufua 3 Jamie Lyon (c) 4 Steve Matai 5 Peta Hiku 6 Kieran Foran 7 Daly Cherry-Evans 8 Jake Trbojevic 9 Matt Ballin 10 Willie Mason 11 Feleti Mateo 12 Justin Horo 13 Blake Leary.

Interchange: 14 Jesse Sene-Lefao 15 Michael Chee Kam 16 James Hasson 17 Josh Starling 20 Jayden Hodges

Brisbane Broncos: 1 Darius Boyd 2 Lachlan Maranta 3 Jack Reed 4 Justin Hodges (c) 5 Jordan Kahu 6 Anthony Milford 7 Ben Hunt 8 Sam Thaiday 9 Andrew McCullough 10 Jarrod Wallace 11 Alex Glenn 12 Matt Gillett 13 Corey Parker.

Interchange: 14 Joe Ofahengaue 15 Mitchell Dodds 16 Corey Oates 17 Kodi Nikorima 18 Dale Copley

NRL Rugby League North Queensland Cowboys vs Canberra Raiders Live Free Streaming 01 August 2015 Saturday Rugby

National Rugby League NRL 2015 Live North Queensland Cowboys vs Canberra Raiders Stream NRL match will be kick off at 1300 Smiles Stadium, Townsville, Queensland, Australia Saturday 01 August 2015 online, 17.30 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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The red-hot Cowboys will be looking to put a faux-salary cap scandal behind them when the Raiders come to town. Canberra face a monumental task of stopping one of the most destructive attacking forces in the premiership.

Both North Queensland and Canberra are unchanged from the teams that defeated the Eels and Panthers respectively last round.

North Queensland and Canberra have met on 35 occasions with the Raiders winning 20 to the Cowboys’ 15. The Cowboys have had the running lately though with seven wins in the last nine outings, including a thrilling 21-20 win in Round 15 in Canberra. The Cowboys have won the last seven matches in Townsville against the Raiders, but only two of those were by margins greater than 12. The last six and nine of the last 10 have topped 40 points.

North Queensland sit second on the premiership ladder with a 14-4 record and 14 wins in their last 15 appearances. They have the third best differential in the NRL, rank third in attack and sixth in defence. They hit this of a 42-point win over Parramatta and they have conceded 12 points or fewer in their last three. At home this year they are 6-3 while against teams outside the eight they are 9-1. Canberra are up to ninth on the ladder but they have the sixth best differential in the NRL. They have the second best attack but rank fourth worst in defence. They have won two of their last three but are 1-9 against Top 8 teams. On the road this year Canberra are a surprising 6-3.

Hookers Jake Granville and Josh Hodgson get little kudos in the mainstream press but they have been two of the form hookers this season. Granville has eight tries, three assists and 67.4 metres a game and has been the driving force behind the Cowboys drive up the ladder. England international Hodgson ranks top five among all hookers in offloads and tackle breaks and has given the Raiders a much-needed injection of creativity. This will be a great 80-minute battle.

North Queensland are 9-9 ATS with a 10-8 over-under record while Canberra wre 9-9 ATS with a 11-7 over number. The Raiders have covered just three of their last nine games while the Cowboys have covered seven of their last nine including their last three. The Cowboys are 19-15 ATS at home since 2013 but have covered just two of their last nine there while as a double digit favourite they are 8-3 ATS. Canberra have covered eight of their last 11 road games. They have a 50% strike rate getting a double digit start. The under is 23-16 in games where a double digit favourite scored 30 points the week prior. The Raiders have failed to cover their last four as a double digit outsider off scoring 30 points.

North Queensland will win this one but the line seems way too big. The Raiders have been going well enough on the road this year and have some punch in their spine. And the line against the Eels last week only opened at 11.5. This is a clear overreaction to 20 minutes of Cowboys football. Canberra play North Queensland tight and can again. Good go Canberra.

Players List:

North Queensland Cowboys: 1 Lachlan Coote 2 Matthew Wright 3 Justin O’Neill 4 Kane Linnett 5 Antonio Winterstein 6 Michael Morgan 7 Johnathan Thurston (c) 8 Matthew Scott (c) 9 Jake Granville 10 James Tamou 11 Gavin Cooper 12 Ethan Lowe 13 Jason Taumalolo.

Interchange: 14 Rory Kostjasyn 15 John Asiata 16 Scott Bolton 17 Ben Hannant

Canberra Raiders:  1 Jack Wighton 2 Edrick Lee 3 Jarrod Croker (c) 4 Joseph Leilua 5 Jordan Rapana 6 Blake Austin 7 Josh McCrone 8 Paul Vaughan 9 Josh Hodgson 10 David Shillington 11 Josh Papalii 12 Iosia Soliola 13 Shaun Fensom.

Interchange: 14 Kurt Baptiste 15 Jarrad Kennedy 16 Frank-Paul Nuuausala 17 Shannon Boyd

NRL New Zealand Warriors vs Cronulla Sharks Live Stream Free 01 August 2015 Saturday Online NRL Rugby

NRL Live New Zealand Warriors vs Cronulla Sharks Stream National Rugby League Round 21 match will be kick off at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand Saturday 01 August 2015 online, Time 15.00 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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The NZ Warriors and Sharks are both sitting just inside but are in precarious positions with key players missing. New Zealand need to show there is life without Shaun Johnson while Cronulla need to put a week of controversy behind them to record a key road win.

New Zealand will be without Shaun Johnson and Bodene Thompson this week while Jono Wright and Glen Fisiiahi have been dumped. Konrad Hurrell, Manu Vatuvei and Ken Maumalo join a new-look three-quarter line while Tuimoala Lolohea shifts to halfback. Albert Vete starts in the pack with Ben Matulino pushing to the backrow. Charlie Gubb joins the bench. Cronulla have lost Andrew Fifita to suspension and Luke Lewis to injury. Chris Heighjington starts in the front row, Anthony Tupou returns in the second row and Tinirau Arona comes onto the bench.

Cronulla and New Zealand have met on 34 occasions with the Sharks winning 18 and the Warriors claiming 16. The Warriors have won the last two matches between the sides – including a 20-16 win at Shark Park in Round 9 – after the Sharks had put together five on end. Five of the last seven matches between the sides have tallied less than 38 points. The last six at Mt Smart have been split evenly. Warriors five-eighth Chad Townsend is returning to Cronulla next year while Sharks forward Jason Bukuya spent a year with New Zealand.

New Zealand sit eighth on the ladder with a 9-9 record while they rank ninth in differential, while they rank sixth in attack and 11th in defence. The Warriors have dropped their last two – scoring just a total of 12 points in their last two matches – while they are 5-4 at Mt Smart. Against Top 8 teams the Warriors are a poor 2-6. Cronulla are up to a season-high sixth at on the ladder with their 10-8 record but they have the 10th best differential. They rank seventh in defence and 11th in attack. Cronulla have won six of their last seven and are riding a three-game streak following wins over the Dragons, Raiders and Bulldogs. They have won five of their last seven on the road and their last three against Top 8 teams.

It looks like the battle of the No.7s will be critical in this one. Tuimoala Lolohea starts his first game at halfback and it will be a very different role to what he has played this year. He has eight tries and five assists so he is an obvious playmaker but his organisation will be key to the Warriors chances. Jeff Robson is a very different type, very much the proto-organiser with little creativity. He has just five assists this year – and none in his last three outings – but will need to get more out of Cronulla’s attack with dynamic prop Andrew Fifita missing. The pressure is on both these No.7s to deliver.

Both New Zealand and Cronulla are 9-9 ATS with the Sharks 9-9 over-under and the Warriors 10-8 over-under. The Warriors have covered just two of their last six at Mt Smart. Cronulla have covered just one of their last six after three straight wins while the Warriors have covered seven straight off back-to-back losses. Home teams off a home loss of 13 or more are 42-55 ATS since 2013. Home teams are 41-23 (38-26 ATS) under Ben Cummins with the under 37-27 though the Sharks have won six of their last seven under his officiating.

This is an incredible difficult game to get a grip on with Johnson and Fifita missing. The gut feel is that the market has overplayed this one in Cronulla’s favour making the Warriors a bet. In no way are the Warriors are reliable team and they are middling at best but they are at home with a hometown hero in the middle, they do bounce back well from a losing run and they have a fairly notable home field edge. Only go small but the Warriors are the play.

Players List:

New Zealand Warriors:  1 Sam Tomkins, 2 Ken Maumalo, 3 Konrad Hurrell, 4 Solomone Kata, 5 Manu Vatuvei, 6 Chad Townsend, 7 Tuimoala Lolohea, 8 Jacob Lillyman, 9 Nathan Friend, 10 Albert Vete, 11 Ben Matulino, 12 Simon Mannering (C), 13 Sebastine Ikahihifo.

Interchange: 14 Siliva Havili, 15 Raymond Faitala-Mariner, 16 Charlie Gubb, 17 Sam Lisone, 18 Sione Lousi, 19 Jonathan Wright

Cronulla Sharks: 1 Michael Gordon 2 Sosaia Feki 3 Gerard Beale 4 Ricky Leutele 5 Valentine Holmes 6 Jack Bird 7 Jeff Robson 8 Chris Heighington 9 Michael Ennis 10 Sam Tagataese 11 Anthony Tupou 12 Wade Graham 13 Paul Gallen (c).

Interchange: 14 Ben Barba 15 Matt Prior 16 Tinirau Arona 17 Jayson Bukuya 21 Junior Roqica

NRL Rugby League Wests Tigers vs Melbourne Storm Live Free Streaming 31 July 2015 Friday Online NRL Stream RD 21

National Rugby League NRL 2015 Live Wests Tigers vs Melbourne Storm Stream NRL match will be kick off at ANZ Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales, Australia Friday 31 July 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 Wests Tigers face a difficult task in climbing off the bottom of the table against a Melbourne Storm team still punching for a Top 4 berth. The Tigers have tried hard recently but have struggled against some red-hot attack while the Storm are ticking along nicely as another September campaign looms.

Big news for the Wests Tigers with Robbie Farah returning from a broken hand but the club loses key backrowers Martin Taupau and Chris Lawrence. Dene Halatau shifts to the second row while Sauaso Sue moves from the bench to lock. Brenden Santi comes onto the bench. Melbourne remain unchanged with Matt Duffie to play just his second game since the early rounds of the 2013 season. Prop Jesse Bromwich has been referred straight to the judiciary for a biting charge and won’t play if found guilty.

Melbourne have won 16 of 25 all-time against the Wests Tigers, including three of the last four. The teams met just once last year with the Storm winning in Campbelltown 28-6. The teams have met 12 times in Sydney with the Tigers winning seven times. This is the first meeting between the two teams at ANZ. These sides have typically played under matches with none of the last nine topping 40 points and only two topping 34. Storm winger Marika Korobiete is a former Tiger.

The Tigers sit last on the NRL ladder with a 5-13 record though their -99 differential ranks 13th. They have the 12th ranked defence and 14th rated attack. The Tigers have dropped five straight – all by double digits – and nine of their last 10. They have conceded 28-plus in their last five. At ANZ this year the Tigers are 3-4 while against Top 8 teams they are 2-6. Melbourne are fifth on the ladder with a 10-8 record and a differential that is fourth. They have the second best defence in the NRL to match the eighth ranked attack. After dropping four straight, the Storm have won two on end – 52-10 against Penrith and 22-4 against the Dragons. They are 5-5 outside of Melbourne this year while they are 7-4 against teams outside the Top 8.

Robbie Farah and Cameron Smith are the two skippers, two Origin rakes and two long-time rivals and will once again play a major hand in this one. Farah returns from injury and the Tigers desperately need him to bring some oomph. Farah’s attacking production has been right down this year with just two try assists and three line break assists but over the last six weeks he will need to find his old form. Smith continues to age like a fine wine and has been in sublime form since Origin. If Farah can’t go with Smith, the Tigers are next to no hope.

The Tigers have been the worst betting team in the NRL this season with a 5-13 ATS record and a head-to-head return of -44.4%. They are 10-8 over in totals betting. The Storm are 9-9 ATS with the second biggest under record in the NRL at 13-5 under. The Tigers are 6-10 (7-9 ATS) over the last three years at ANZ but have failed to cover their last two. The Storm have played there in just three regulae season matches over the last two years, winning two as outsiders. Melbourne have gone under in their last six interstate games but have covered just one of their last seven interstate when favoured by more than a converted try. The Tigers are a shocking 11-21 ATS when given more than a converted try since 2013 with just two covers in their last 16. The Storm are 7-1 under off back-to-back wins. The Tigers have lost and failed to cover seven straight after losing by 18-plus.

Melbourne should win a fairly dour affair against a Wests Tigers team lacking all credibility at the moment. The Storm are a team of thorough professionals and should have few problems exposing the Tigers, particularly on the fringes where they run hard and Wests are dreadfully exposed. There won’t be much to enjoy about this game but it is hard to see the Tigers cracking the Storm and Melbourne’s fair attack should be able to do enough.

Players List:

Wests Tigers: 1 James Tedesco 2 David Nofoaluma 3 Kevin Naiqama 4 Tim Simona 5 Pat Richards 6 Mitchell Moses 7 Luke Brooks 8 Aaron Woods 9 Robbie Farah (c) 10 Keith Galloway 11 Curtis Sironen 12 Dene Halatau 13 Sauaso Sue

Interchange: 14 Kyle Lovett 15 Jack Buchanan 16 Ava Seumanufagai 17 Brenden Santi 18 Manaia Cherrington

Melbourne Storm: 1 Cameron Munster 2 Marika Koroibete 3 Will Chambers 4 Tohu Harris 5 Matt Duffie 6 Blake Green 7 Cooper Cronk 8 Jesse Bromwich 9 Cameron Smith (c) 10 Tim Glasby 11 Kevin Proctor 12 Kenny Bromwich 13 Ryan Hinchcliffe

Interchange: 14 Dale Finucane 15 Mahe Fonua 16 Nelson Asofa-Solomona 17 Christian Welch

NRL Sydney Roosters vs Canterbury Bulldogs Live Stream 31 July 2015 Friday NRL Round 21 Rugby League

NRL Live Sydney Roosters vs Canterbury Bulldogs Stream National Rugby League Round 21 match will be kick off at Allianz Stadium, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Friday 31 July 2015 online, Time 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 Sydney Roosters and Canterbury Bulldogs hold one of the NRL’s most fierce rivalries and the next chapter plays out on Friday night in what shapes as an absolute belter. The Roosters are in rare form and are deserved title favourites while the Bulldogs must bounce back from a terribly disappointing defeat at the hands of the Sharks last Sunday.

The Sydney Roosters are unchanged from the team that defeated the Tigers. Canterbury have lost five-eighth Josh Reynolds to injury, meaning Moses Mbye returns to first grade.

The Sydney Roosters and Canterbury have played 165 matches – the second longest rivalry in the NRL – and the Roosters have a slight 82-78-5 edge. The teams have played in a remarkable 15 finals with the Bulldogs winning eight to the Roosters’ seven with the 1974, 1980 and 2004 Grand Finals between the two. The Roosters have certainly had the best of it lately with four wins in the last five outings, including a 24-10 win in Round 10 this year. Canterbury won the last meeting at Allianz 9-8 but the Roosters have won seven of the last 10 clashes at the ground between the two teams. Nine of the last 11 matches between the two sides have topped 38 points. Bulldogs winger Sam Perrett is a long-serving former Roosters player.

The Sydney Roosters sit third on the ladder with a 12-6 record but their +187 differential is top of the NRL and nearly 100 points clear of third-placed North Queensland. The Chooks have set the standard in defence conceding 11.8 points a match while they rank fourth in attack. The Roosters have won six straight and have incredibly conceded just 7.2 points a match over their last five outings. The Roosters are 6-2 at the SFS this year and have conceded more than14 points just once. Against Top 8 teams the Roosters are 5-5. Canterbury are seventh on the ladder with a 9-9 record and the seventh ranked differential. They rate seventh in attack and eight in defence. Canterbury’s form has been hot and cold of late with five wins in their last eight but a last start shock loss at Belmore to Cronulla. Canterbury are 2-3 on the road this year but are 0-4 against Top 4 teams. Canterbury have not conceded more than 18 points in their last five.

It is hard not to get incredibly excited by the battle of young prop tyros Dylan Napa and David Klemmer in this one. Both are aggressive, heavy hitters who set the tempo for their teams even at such a tender young age. Napa is averaging 114 metres and 28 tackles a game and is on the verge of Origin. Klemmer is averaging 128 metres and 21 tackles and has near identical offload and tackle bust numbers. Both are identical types and they will both be at each other from the beginning on Friday night.

The Sydney Roosters are the leading under team in the NRL with a 14-4 under-over record while they are 11-7 ATS this year. Canterbury are 9-9 ATS and 9-9 over-under. The Roosters have covered eight of their last 10. The Chooks are 28-10 with a 22-16 ATS record and 21-17 under number at the SFS under Robinson. When favoured by more than a converted try at the ground they are 16-11 ATS while at night they are 16-13 ATS. The Bulldogs have covered just three of their last nine away from ANZ and Belmore. Canterbury are 17-11 ATS as an outsider over the last three seasons and have covered seven of their last 10. The Bulldogs are 10-3 ATS under Des Hasler when getting more than a converted try as start including 3-0 ATS this year. Canterbury are 10-4 ATS under Hasler on a quick backup.

On recent form the Sydney Roosters win this. They have set the standard in the NRL recently and though they have had few difficult matchups, Canterbury are not a huge step up in class but they are a step up. The Bulldogs’ lack of firepower is concerning though and on the edges the Roosters have points in them. Canterbury should be able to keep this close though. The game will not leave the trenches at any point, making both the under and plus a bet. Hasler teams cover big lines and these two have been playing like under teams recently. Confidence is high on the under and fair on the plus.

Players List:

Sydney Roosters: 1. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 2. Daniel Tupou 3. Michael Jennings 4. Blake Ferguson 5. Brendan Elliot 6. James Maloney 7. Mitchell Pearce 8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 9. Jake Friend 10. Dylan Napa 11. Boyd Cordner 12. Mitchell Aubusson 13. Aidan Guerra.

Interchange: 14. Sam Moa 15. Isaac Liu 16. Kane Evans 17. Sio Siua Taukeiaho 18. Jackson Hastings 19. Matt McIlwrick 20. Suaia Matagi

Canterbury Bulldogs: 1. Brett Morris 2. Curtis Rona 3. Josh Morris 4. Timoteo Lafai 5. Sam Perrett 6. Moses Mbye 7. Trent Hodkinson 8. David Klemmer 9. Michael Lichaa 10. James Graham 11. Josh Jackson 12. Frank Pritchard 13. Greg Eastwood.

Interchange: 14. Sam Kasiano 15. Shaun Lane 16. Lloyd Perrett 17. Tim Browne 19. Corey Thompson 22. Danny Fualalo