NRL 2015 South Sydney Rabbitohs vs Canberra Raiders live Streaming Free 26 April 2015 Online Rugby Stream NRL

NRL Live South Sydney Rabbitohs vs Canberra Raiders Stream National Rugby League Round 08 match will be kick off at Barlow Park Stadium, Cairns, Queensland, Australia Sunday 26 April 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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Defending champs South Sydney have endured a rocky fortnight without injured linchpin Adam Reynolds, while Canberra continue to surprise with their renewed spirit and toughness. Sunday’s showdown – a rare free-to-air game for the Raiders – shapes as a tricky assignment for the Rabbitohs as they take their home game to Cairns.

Souths have named Cameron McInnes at five-eighth and Glenn Stewart in the second-row, which is where both players featured in Monday night’s loss in a late switch. Dane Tilse has played his last game for the Raiders, which sees Paul Vaughan move into the front-row and Shaun Fensom return at lock. Mark Nicholls comes back onto the bench for Luke Bateman.

The Raiders lead the count 28 wins to the Rabbitohs’ 21. Souths have won six of the last seven, however, including a 34-18 result in Canberra in Round 20 last year to gain revenge for a 30-18 boilover loss at ANZ Stadium four months earlier.

After being overrun 30-12 by the Cowboys, the Rabbitohs went down 18-10 to the Sharks in treacherous conditions at Remondis Stadium. Trailing just 10-4 at the break after running into a howling gale, Souths were unable to mount a decent comeback, struggling for direction and poise without Reynolds. The Raiders staged a club record comeback at a windy Leichhardt Oval last Sunday, prevailing 30-22 after trailing the Tigers 22-0 midway through the first half. The Rabbitohs are sitting in fourth with the fifth-best attack and seventh-ranked defence, while the Raiders are in 14th with the 12th-best attacking stats and 11th-best defence in the NRL.

Greg Inglis started the season in blistering form, but has come back to the field somewhat in recent weeks. The Rabbitohs need their skipper at his blockbusting best to compensate for the absence of chief playmaker Reynolds. The versatile Jack Wighton continues to impress in the fullback role and remains arguably the Raiders’ most dangerous attacking weapon, lacking nothing in the confidence and excitement stakes.

South Sydney are 6-4 interstate (5-5 against the start) over the last three seasons, while Canberra are 1-3 in Queensland (2-2 ATS). When paying less than $1.30 for the win from 2013-15, the Rabbitohs are 13-6 (9-10 against the line); when paying $3.70 or more for the win, the Raiders are just 1-10 (5-6 ATS). The Raiders’ Sunday afternoon record is 7-10 since the start of 2013 (8-9 against the start), while the Rabbitohs are 7-1 (4-4 ATS) in the timeslot.

South Sydney are on the ropes without Adam Reynolds and will have to be content to grind out any victories they may be able to achieve; the No.7’s absence has had a more marked effect than most would have anticipated. Meanwhile, Canberra has shown genuine promise recently and can’t be counted out of this one – $3.70 for the win at a neutral venue is great value for a side in pretty handy touch. The 1-12 margins for both sides are looking good, while the Raiders with a start shapes as arguably the best bet on offer.

Players List:

Rabbitohs: 1 Greg Inglis (c) 2 Alex Johnston 3 Dylan Walker 4 Bryson Goodwin 5 Joel Reddy 6 Cameron McInnes 7 Luke Keary 8 George Burgess 9 Issac Luke 10 Dave Tyrrell 11 Glenn Stewart 12 Chris McQueen 13 Jason Clark. Interchange: 14 Chris Grevsmuhl 15 Nathan Brown 16 Tim Grant 17 Thomas Burgess.

Ins: None
Outs: None
Other unavailables: Adam Reynolds (knee, round 12), Kyle Turner (neck, indefinite), Kirisome Auva’a (disciplinary, round 22), John Sutton (broken jaw, round nine)

Raiders: 1 Jack Wighton 2 Edrick Lee 3 Jarrod Croker 4 Sisa Waqa 5 Jordan Rapana 6 Blake Austin 7 Sam Williams 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 Mark Nicholls 17 Shannon Boyd 18 Kyle O’Donnell 19 Jeremy Hawkins.

Ins: Shaun Fensom, Mark Nicholls, Kyle O’Donnell, Jeremy Hawkins
Outs: Dane Tilse (released), Luke Bateman (dropped)
Other unavailables: Haydon Hodge (knee, season), David Shillington (broken thumb, round nine), Joel Edwards (foot, round nine), Jeff Lynch (hand, round nine)

NRL Penrith Panthers vs Cronulla Sharks Live Stream Free Online 26 April 2015 Sunday Rugby League Stream

National Rugby League NRL 2015 Live Penrith Panthers vs Cronulla Sharks Stream NRL match will be kick off at Pepper Stadium, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Sunday 26 April 2015 online, 14.00 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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In the battle of the 1967 premiership entrants, Penrith and Cronulla head into Round 8 level with 3-4 records – but the injury-hit Panthers are struggling with just one win from their last five outings, while the gritty Sharks have recovered from a terrible start to the year to win three straight.

George Jennings comes onto the wing for the injured Josh Mansour, but Robert Jennings makes way for the returning Dean Whare after running out for his first grade debut last week. Brent Kite has been ruled out, which brings Sam McKendry into the starting front-row and Sam Anderson onto the bench. Paul Gallen is set to return at lock, which sees Jayson Bukuya move back to the bench and Sam Tagatese relegated to 18th man.

Cronulla holds a 44-37-3 advantage since the clubs entered the competition together 48 years ago, but Penrith is 22-16 at home. The Sharks have won five of the last six, including their last two at Penrith and a pair of wins in 2014 – 24-20 at Remondis Stadium and 18-16 in Bathurst.

Penrith was overwhelmed 32-6 on the Gold Coast last weekend, clearly still struggling without the direction of Peter Wallace and Jamie Soward. It was the club’s worst loss since Round 21, 2013. The Panthers are sitting in 13th with the 11th-ranked attack and 10th-best defence in the NRL. Cronulla produced a courageous 18-10 victory over South Sydney in abhorrent conditions on Monday night, following on from superb wins over the Roosters and Knights. The 10th-placed Sharks are ranked 13th in attack and equal-fourth in defence.

Panthers fullback Matt Moylan leads the NRL in try assists, but the player who has regularly been compared to Darren Lockyer needs to have more of a Lockyer-like influence and control the injury-ravaged side’s attack from his role as floating custodian. Sharks teenager Valentine Holmes is warming into the Sharks’ fullback spot nicely and this weekend represents a showdown between two of the NRL’s brightest backline prospects and budding representative stars.

Penrith have crafted an 18-11 record at home (15-14 against the start) over the last three seasons, including 12-3 as home favourites (8-7 ATS). The Panthers are 4-2 overall and ATS when paying between $1.80 and $2.00 for the win, while the Sharks are just 1-4 overall and ATS. The Sharks’ away record from 2013-15 is 7-16 (12-11 against the line). Cronulla are 3-7 on Sunday afternoons (4-6 ATS) during that period, while Penrith are 7-8 (9-6 ATS).

The home-ground advantage is keeping Penrith’s nose just in front in the favouritism stakes, but Cronulla are the horse to bet on if form is the main barometer. The Sharks’ defensive toughness, combined with their attacking enterprise since Jack Bird’s injection at five-eighth, should be too much for a Panthers side that is missing so many gun players. A blowout would surprise so keep the 1-12 margin options safe, but the Sharks appear primed to make it four straight while the Panthers are treading water until the cavalry returns.

Players List:

Penrith Panthers : 1 Matt Moylan 2 George Jennings 3 Dean Whare 4 Waqa Blake 5 Dallin Watene-Zelezniak 6 Api Koroisau 7 Isaac John 8 Sam Mckendry 9 James Segeyaro 10 Jeremy Latimore 11 Sika Manu 12 Isaah Yeo 13 Nigel Plum. Interchange: 14 Tyrone Peachey 15 Sam Anderson 16 Reagan Campbell-Gillard 17 Bryce Cartwright 18 Tupou Sopoaga 19 Will Smith 22 Robert Jennings.

Ins: George Jennings, Dean Whare, Sam Anderson, Tupou Sopoaga, Will Smith
Outs: Josh Mansour (knee, round 13), Brent Kite (broken leg, round 15)
Other unavailables: Jamal Idris (ACL, season), Lewis Brown (ribs, round nine), Jamie Soward (back, round nine), Peter Wallace (knee, round 12), Ejijah Taylor (knee, round nine)

Cronulla Sharks: 1 Valentine Holmes 2 Sosaia Feki 3 Gerard Beale 4 Ricky Leutele 5 Michael Gordon 6 Jack Bird 7 Jeff Robson 8 Matt Prior 9 Michael Ennis 10 Chris Heighington 11 Luke Lewis 12 Wade Graham 13 Paul Gallen Interchange: 14 Jayson Bukuya 15 Anthony Tupou 16 Ben Barba 17 Tinirau Arona 21 Sam Tagataese.

Ins: Paul Gallen
Outs: None
Other unavailables: Andrew Fifita (suspension, round nine), David Fifita (cracked fibula, round 10), Fa’amanu Brown (ACL, season), Kyle Stanley (ACL, season)

NRL Live Brisbane Broncos vs Parramatta Eels Live ANZAC Day Rugby Streaming 25 April 2015 Online Free

NRL Live Brisbane Broncos vs Parramatta Eels Stream National Rugby League Round 08 match will be kick off at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Saturday 25 April 2015 online, 20.00 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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The Anzac Day marathon concludes with an intriguing showdown between the high-flying Brisbane Broncos and the up-and-down Parramatta Eels, who are looking to continue a strong recent record at Suncorp Stadium.

The Broncos have not named Justin Hodges, which sees Dale Copley chosen at centre, Corey Oates and Daniel Vidot on the wings and Lachlan Maranta at fullback. Sam Thaiday returns to the starting backrow for the injured Alex Glenn, Adam Blair goes in at prop and Jarrod Wallace returns from suspension on the bench. Mitch Garbutt has been replaced in the interchange contingent by Francis Molo. Reece Robinson has been named in the Eels’ No.1 jumper and Will Hopoate at centre and John Folau on the wing, reflecting the late shuffle for the Knights clash. Darcy Lussick returns at the expense of Richie Fa’aoso as Danny Wicks moves back to the bench.

Brisbane has won 28 and Parramatta 19, with one match drawn in 48 meetings of the clubs since 1988. The Eels have won three of the last four overall and at Suncorp Stadium, however, including a thrilling 25-18 away victory in Round 5 last season.

Brisbane’s outstanding five-match winning streak – which culminated in a 22-18 golden point defeat of the Roosters in Round 6 – came to an end via a tough 12-10 loss to St George Illawarra. In a three-way tie for top spot, the Broncos are ranked equal-eighth in attack and equal-fourth in defence. The Eels’ topsy-turvy form continues, recovering from convincing losses to the Tigers and Titans with a character-filled 28-22 away win over the Knights. The blue-and-golds have the second-best attacking figures in the NRL, but have conceded the equal-most points along with last-placed Manly, which currently sees them sitting in 15th despite their 3-4 record.

Chris Sandow provides much of the Eels’ spark, but in-form five-eighth Corey Norman has been the steady hand holding the erratic blue-and-golds together. An elusive ball-runner with a great pass and a big boot, Norman has come of age since joining the club last year. Anthony Milford has started hitting his straps in the Broncos’ No.6 jumper, but was well-contained last week by the Dragons and can be bustled.

Brisbane are 16-11 overall and against the start at home over the last three seasons, including 12-5 (9-8 ATS) as home favourites. The Broncos are also 7-3 (5-5 against the line) when paying $1.50 or less for the win. Parramatta’s away record from 2013-15 is a dismal 5-22 (8-19 against the start); as outsiders on the road, they are 4-18 (7-15 ATS). When paying $3.20 or more for the win, the Eels are just 2-15 (7-10 against the start). Parramatta are 3-9 on Saturday nights (5-8 ATS) since the start of 2013, while Brisbane are 4-4 overall and against the line.

Brisbane’s form sees them go in as deserving comfortable favourites at $1.35, but Parramatta have proved to be an inscrutable proposition capable of beating any team on their day. Their shocking away record is tempered by a handy recent run in Brisbane – not to mention a stirring win in Newcastle last week – and the $3.25 about an upset is tantalising; an upset could be in the offing against the home side with Hodges and Glenn on the sidelines. Look to either side by 1-12 in a sure-to-be thriller, while jumping on the Eels with a start also shapes as a prudent option.

Players List:

Brisbane Broncos : 1 Lachlan Maranta 2 Corey Oates 3 Jack Reed 4 Dale Copley 5 Daniel Vidot 6 Anthony Milford 7 Ben Hunt 8 Josh McGuire 9 Andrew McCullough 10 Adam Blair 11 Matt Gillett 12 Sam Thaiday 13 Corey Parker. Interchange: 14 Jarrod Wallace 15 Francis Molo 16 Mitchell Dodds 17 Kodi Nikorima.

Ins: Lachlan Maranta, Francis Molo, Jarrod Wallace
Outs: Justin Hodges (hamstring, round nine), Alex Glenn (broken eye socket, round 12), Mitch Garbutt
Other unavailables: James Gavet (ACL, season), Darius Boyd (Achilles, indefinite), Elijah Alick (ACL, season), Jordan Kahu (hamstring, round nine)

Parramatta Eels: 1 Reece Robinson 2 Bureta Faraimo 3 Will Hopoate 4 Brad Takairangi 5 John Folau 6 Corey Norman 7 Chris Sandow 8 Darcy Lussick 9 Nathan Peats 10 Tim Mannah 11 Manu Ma’u 12 David Gower 13 Anthony Watmough.

Interchange: 14 Isaac De Gois 15 Joseph Paulo 16 Danny Wicks 17 Peni Terepo 18 Richie Fa’aoso.

Ins: Darcy Lussick
Outs: None
Other unavailables: Semi Radradra (knee, round nine), Beau Champion (ACL, season), Kenny Edwards (ACL, season), Kaysa Pritchard (pectoral, season), Junior Paulo (suspension, round 11), Vai Toutai (ankle, round 12)

ANZAC Day NRL Melbourne Storm vs Manly Sea Eagles Live Streaming Free 25 April 2015 Saturday Online

National Rugby League NRL 2015 Live Melbourne Storm vs Manly Sea Eagles Stream NRL match will be kick off at AAMI Park Stadium, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Saturday 25 April 2015 online, 18.00 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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It’s one of the NRL’s traditional heavyweight grudge matches with a difference as Melbourne unexpectedly sail along on top of the ladder and Manly remains anchored to the bottom.

The Storm are unchanged with Billy Slater still on the sidelines, while Sea Eagles captain Jamie Lyon’s comeback from injury has lasted just one match and he will be replaced at five-eighth by Kieran Foran. Brett Stewart is still out, and James Hasson comes onto the bench for Jayden Hodges.

Melbourne leads the all-time match tally between the bitter rivals 15-12-1 – including a 3-0-1 record at AAMI Park. Manly have won just two of the last seven encounters, but they did manage to hold off a fast-finishing Storm 24-22 at Brookvale in Round 2. The Storm prevailed in two come-from-behind cliff-hangers during 2014.

The Storm have gone about their business in trademark clinical, unassuming fashion, winning their last three despite being without Slater for the last fortnight. After a gritty 14-10 away win over the Raiders, they pipped the Roosters 17-16 in a high-quality thriller in Round 7. Melbourne boast the third-best attack and second-best defence in the NRL. The Sea Eagles have lost five straight, culminating in a listless 28-16 loss to a vastly under-strength Bulldogs side after leading early in the second stanza. The embattled club has the worst attack and equal-worst defence in the competition.

Makeshift fullbacks Cameron Munster (Melbourne) and Peta Hiku (Manly) can have a major say on the outcome of Saturday evening’s clash. The 20-year-old Munster, who had played just one NRL game before this season, has impressed after stepping into Slater’s shoes, while incumbent Kiwis fullback can stake a claim for Test retention with a big game at AAMI Park.

Melbourne are 20-10 at home over the last three seasons (12-18 against the start), including 18-8 as favourites (10-16 against the line). Manly are 13-17 on the road from 2013-15 (14-16 ATS), including 3-8 as outsiders (5-6 ATS). Four of the last five Storm-Sea Eagles matches have been decided by five points or less, while the last three have produced 41+ points.

A patched-up, low-on-confidence Manly side will find it extremely difficult to dig their way out of their rut in Melbourne, but the 12-point start they have been afforded should be considered given the grafting Storm’s poor record of covering at home – and the Sea Eagles’ losing streak has consisted of defeats by 13 points or less. But unless the under-pressure Daly Cherry-Evans and Kieran Foran fire for the visitors, they are in for a long night courtesy of the relentless Storm machine, and it’s in the forwards where the home side boasts an enormous advantage. The outstanding form of Kiwi trio Bromwich, Harris and Proctor will be too much for the Sea Eagles’ under-strength pack to handle.
Players list:
Melbourne Storm: 1. Cameron Munster 2. Mahe Fonua 3 William Chambers 4 Kurt Mann 5 Marika Koroibete 6 Blake Green 7 Cooper Cronk 8 Jesse Bromwich 9 Cameron Smith (c) 10 Jordan McLean 11 Kevin Proctor 12 Tohu Harris 13 Dale Finucane. Interchange: 14 Ryan Hinchcliffe 15 Tim Glasby 16 Dayne Weston 17 Felise Kaufusi 19 Kenny Bromwich 21 Tom Learoyd-Lahrs.

Ins: Kenny Bromwich, Tom Learoyd-Lahrs
Outs: None
Other unavailables: Billy Slater (shoulder, round 10)

Manly Sea Eagles: 1 Peta Hiku 2 Cheyse Blair 3 Brayden Wiliame 4 Steve Matai 5 David Williams 6 Kieran Foran 7 Daly Cherry-Evans 8 Jake Trbojevic 9 Matt Ballin 10 Willie Mason 11 Jamie Buhrer 12 Justin Horo 13 Tom Symonds. Interchange: 14 James Hasson 15 Luke Burgess 16 Dunamis Lui 17 Ligi Sao 20 Jayden Hodges.

Ins: Kieran Foran, James Hasson
Outs: Jamie Lyon (ankle, round 10), Jayden Hodges
Other unavailables: Tom Trbojevic (ankle, indefinite), Jesse Sene-Lefao (shoulder, round 12), Feleti Mateo (ankle, round nine), Josh Starling (knee, indefinite), Clinton Gutherson (ACL, season), Jorge Taufua (knee, round nine), Brenton Lawrence (back, indefinite), Brett Stewart (groin, round nine)

NRL 2015 Sydney Roosters vs St George Illawarra Dragons Live Streming Free ANZAC Rugby 25 April 2015 Saturday

NRL Live Sydney Roosters vs St George Illawarra Dragons Stream National Rugby League Round 08 match will be kick off at Allianz Stadium, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Saturday 25 April 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 traditional Anzac Day encounter sees St George Illawarra as shock joint competition leaders on the back of a five-match winning streak, while the heavyweight Sydney Roosters have fallen in a hole over the last three weeks and are desperate to right their wobbly ship.

The Roosters have been dealt a blow with Jared Waerea-Hargreaves ruled out for six weeks; Sam Moa returns from suspension to partner Dylan Napa in the front-row, while Lagi Setu and Willie Manu retain their bench spots. The Dragons go in with an unchanged line-up, in-form forward Tyson Frizell still with a week to serve on a high-tackle suspension.

The Saints hold a 17-14-1 lead in the all-time tally against the Roosters since 1999, but the Roosters are 12-9 against the Dragons at Allianz. The Tricolours are currently on a five-match winning streak at the joint venture’s expense, including a 34-14 victory on Anzac Day last year and a 30-22 win in Round 21. The Saints have won eight of the 13 Anzac Day games since the clubs’ annual clash began in 2002, but the Roosters have won the last two.

After being shocked by Cronulla on Easter Sunday, the Roosters went down 22-18 to Brisbane in golden point and were edged out 17-16 by Melbourne in a quality encounter at AAMI Park. Despite sitting in eighth with a 3-4 record, the Roosters boast the best attack and third-best defence in the NRL. The Dragons’ five-match winning streak culminated in a courageous 12-10 defeat of the front-running Broncos; Englishman Mike Cooper stood up in Frizell’s absence and scored a stunning match-winner, while Benji Marshall and Josh Dugan have been in tremendous touch. The Saints have conceded 30 points less than any other club, while their attack is ranked 15th in the competition, scoring just two points more than last-placed Manly.

Benji Marshall is on the cusp of a New Zealand Test re-call, while Mitchell Pearce is gunning to reclaim his NSW Origin spot. The No.7s have started the season strongly, although Pearce’s form has tapered off in recent weeks while Marshall has steered the surprise packet Dragons around brilliantly.

The Roosters are 24-9 at Allianz Stadium (18-15 against the start) over the last three seasons, including 24-7 as favourites (18-13 ATS). The Dragons have lost five straight matches at the venue, covering just once. The Saints are 6-1 against the line in 2015 while the Roosters are 3-4; both sides have 5-2 records to the under. The Dragons’ away record from 2013-15 is 13-15 (16-12 ATS), slipping to 9-14 as underdogs (14-9 against the start).

It seems incongruous that a team on a five-match winning streak could be $2.80 outsiders against a side that has lost three in row, but the $1.45 about a Roosters victory reflects the quality of their side on paper. The Tricolours have been strong in being pipped at the post by quality sides Brisbane and Melbourne, and they should have the forward power and game-breakers out wide to break down the Dragons’ ironclad defence. Expect the Roosters to continue their run of wins against the Saints in a close one – but consider the underdogs with the 6.5 start.

Players List:

Sydney Roosters: 1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 2 Daniel Tupou 3 Michael Jennings 4 Shaun Kenny-Dowall 5 Nene Macdonald 6 James Maloney 7 Mitchell Pearce 8 Dylan Napa 9 Jake Friend 10 Sam Moa 11 Boyd Cordner 12 Mitchell Aubusson 13 Sio Siua Taukeiaho. Interchange: 14 Willie Manu 15 Isaac Liu 16 Kane Evans 18 Lagi Setu 19 Matt McIlwrick.

Ins: Sam Moa, Matt McIlwrick
Outs: Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (pectoral, round 12)
Other unavailables: Aidan Guerra (broken jaw, round 12), Blake Ferguson (foot, round 20), Willis Meehan (disciplinary, indefinite)

St George Illawarra Dragons: 1 Josh Dugan 2 Eto Nabuli 3 Euan Aitken 4 Dylan Farrell 5 Peter Mata’Utia 6 Gareth Widdop 7 Benji Marshall 8 Leeson Ah Mau 9 Mitch Rein 10 Mike Cooper 11 Will Matthews 12 Joel Thompson 13 Trent Merrin. Interchange: 14 Ben Creagh 15 Jack de Belin 16 Jake Marketo 17 Heath L’Estrange 18 George Rose 19 Drew Hutchinson 20 Kiti Glymin.

Ins: George Rose, Drew Hutchinson, Kiti Glymin
Outs: None
Other unavailables: Tyson Frizell (suspension, round nine), Jason Nightingale (foot, round nine), Dane Nielsen (disciplinary, indefinite), Dan Hunt (knee, indefinite)