National Rugby Manly Sea Eagles vs Cronulla Sharks Live Free Streaming 05 July Sunday 2015 Online NRL

National Rugby League NRL 2015 Live Manly Sea Eagles vs Cronulla Sharks Stream NRL match will be kick off at Brookvale Oval, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Sunday 05 July 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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Old rivals Manly and Cronulla are at it with the Sharks in the rare position of sitting higher on the ladder. Can the Sharks go into Brookvale and find a rare win or will last-placed Manly lift and avoid the ignominy of last place?

Willie Mason returns for Manly on an extended bench with Josh Starling the most likely to drop out. The Sea Eagles have nobody on Origin duty. Cronulla have lost Paul Gallen to Origin and most likely will lose Michael Ennis to suspension. Gallen doesn’t really play for the Sharks during this period anyway. Todd Murphy likely comes in for Ennis with Jeff Robson to push into hooker.

Manly and Cronulla have met 84 times with the Sea Eagles winning 59 to the Sharks’ lowly 23. The Sea Eagles have been particularly dominant at home, winning 31 of 37 with a draw. Manly’s dominance has been recent as well with 10 wins in the last 11 clashes. The Sharks’ last win at Brookvale was back in 2008. Four of the last six matches have tallied less than 32 while the Eagles won both matches last season by 20-plus. Sharks half Jeff Robson is a former Sea Eagle.

Manly’s stuck in last place with a 4-10 record, the worst differential, the worst attack and the 12th-rated defence. They have dropped four of their last five and come into this off a 20-8 loss to South Sydney. They are 3-2 at Brookvale this year. Against teams outside the eight they are 2-4. Cronulla have been in pretty good form with three straight wins and seven wins in their last 10 matches. They are up to ninth on the ladder and have won their last two road games. They have a 7-7 record, the eighth best defence and the 12th rated attack. Against teams in the bottom four they are 3-1 this year.

Kieran Foran and Jack Bird make for a compelling battle at five-eighth. Foran has endured a difficult fortnight and has been below his best this year but needs to find his form and quick if Manly’s season is to be saved then Foran needs to rediscover his probing best. Bird has been a revelation in 2015 with six tries and two assists and has become one of the most dangerous running five-eighths going around. He needs to play a dominant hand here with the Sharks’ lack of playmaking options.

Both teams are 6-8 ATS this year but the Sharks are a 45.7% profitable head-to-head team while Manly are a -30.7% head-to-head team. Manly have covered 8 of their last 10 at Brookvale but just four of their last eight when favoured by six or more. In day matches at the venue Manly have won seven of eight since 2013 but covered just four. The over is 7-2 at Brookvale when Manly come home off a loss  with the Eagles going 6-3 ATS. Cronulla have covered four of their last six road game and four of their last five when getting a start of six or more. Manly have dropped their last four since 2013 after being held to single digits. Cronulla are 4-10 ATS after scoring 24 or more points.

History is well and truly against Cronulla in this one but there is a real feeling that an upset could be brewing. The Sharks will be without a couple of key players but they get a major advantage up front where the tough and aggressive Cronulla forwards should be able to batter the very ordinary Manly pack. If a platform is laid, the Sharks do have enough attacking weapons to take advantage of the situation. They need to be on for the whole game but they look the bet of the round with the big start.

Players List:

Manly Sea Eagles: 1 Brett Stewart 2 Jorge Taufua 3 Peta Hiku 4 Steve Matai 5 Tom Trbojevic 6 Kieran Foran 7 Daly Cherry-Evans 8 Jake Trbojevic 9 Matt Ballin 10 Luke Burgess 11 Feleti Mateo 12 Tom Symonds 13 Dunamis Lui.

Interchange: 14 James Hasson 15 Liligiifo Sao 16 Justin Horo 17 Willie Mason 22 Josh Starling.

Cronulla Sharks: 1 Michael Gordon 2 Sosaia Feki 3 Gerard Beale 4 Ricky Leutele 5 Valentine Holmes 6 Jack Bird 7 Jeff Robson 8 Andrew Fifita 9 Michael Ennis 10 Matt Prior 11 Luke Lewis 12 Wade Graham 13 Chris Heighington.

Interchange: 14 Jayson Bukuya 15 Ben Barba 16 David Fifita 17 Sam Tagataese

NRL Penrith Panthers vs South Sydney Rabbitohs Live Stream Free NRL 03 July 2015 Friday Online Rugby League Stream

NRL Live Penrith Panthers vs South Sydney Rabbitohs Stream National Rugby League Round 17 match will be kick off at Penrith Stadium, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Friday 03 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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Both Penrith and South Sydney have been hit hard by injuries this year but both teams remain well in finals contention. The Panthers dominated the Tigers last Sunday and will take plenty of confidence from that match while the Bunnies have started to play the football they are renowned for.

Penrith are unchanged and don’t have a single player on rep duty but key spine members Matt Moylan and James Segeyaro remain sidelined. Souths have lost Greg Inglis to Origin meaning Alex Johnston shifts to fullback and the terrible Joel Reddy comes back on the wing. Glenn Stewart comes back into the starting side forcing Ben Lowe to the bench. Adam Reynolds has been named at halfback but is in doubt after suffering a concussion last week.

The Penrith-South Sydney rivalry goes back to 1967 with the Rabbitohs winning 42 of the 75 matches played between the sides. The record at Penrith is much closer though with the Rabbitohs holding a 20-19-1 edge. Souths have had the best of it lately though with four straight wins dating back to 2012 – all the games played in the Michael Maguire era – with the Panthers not getting within 12 points over that time. Three of those games have been at Penrith. Overs have been the name of the game with nine of the last 11 matches topping 48 points. Panthers rake Api Koroisau is a former Rabbitohs player while Tim Grant joined Souths from Penrith.

Penrith are 10th on the ladder with a 6-8 record with the 10th best differential. Their defence has been a respectable sixth but they are the second worst attacking team in the premiership. They are coming into this though off their second biggest score of the year and their first win in a month. The Panthers are 3-3 at home this year but have dropped their last two at the ground. Against teams inside the eight Penrith are 1-5. South Sydney are fifth on the ladder with a 9-6 record and the fifth best differential. Their defence ranks fifth, their attack ninth. They have won four of their last five and are 3-4 away from ANZ. In close games they are 4-1 (very lucky!) while against teams outside the eight they are just 4-4.

Penrith centre Dean Whare absolutely gave makeshift centre Kyle Lovett a bath last Sunday, setting up David Simmons for a remarkable four tries with his pace and footwork. He will be hoping to do something similar against the slow Bryson Goodwin this Friday. Goodwin is not a strong defensive centre and will need to keep well on top of Whare.

Souths are 2-5 without their full spine this year. Penrith are 19-13 with a 16-16 ATS record and 19-13 under number at home over the last three seasons while they are 7-9 with an 8-8 ATS record and 9-7 under record when at home as an underdog. Souths are 20-8 with a 16-12 ATS record as a favourite with a 17-11 over number. As a road favourite of more than four they are 15-8 over. The Panthers have won and covered their last four off a quick backup dating back to 2010. Penrith are 3-7 ATS off scoring 30 points over the last three seasons while Souths have covered 8 of their last 11 off a double digit win.

Neither team has much to complain about regarding the impact of Origin in this one with only Greg Inglis missing. This looks a fairly even game. The Rabbitohs have found their feet and at their best can win this well but the Panthers did look good against the Tigers, a team that flogged the Bunnies not all that long ago. The best bet in the game looks to be the over. These teams love running up a big total when playing together, Penrith is a fast track and Souths are an over side when favoured on the road.

Players List:

Penrith Panthers: 1 Dallin Watene Zelezniak 2 Josh Mansour 3 Dean Whare 4 Waqa Blake 5 David Simmons 6 Jamie Soward 7 Peter Wallace (c) 8 Reagan Campell-Gillard 9 Apisai Koroisau 10 Nigel Plum 11 Isaah Yeo 12 Bryce Cartwright 13 Elijah Taylor

Interchange: 14 Lewis Brown 15 Jeremy Latimore 16 Sam McKendry 17 Tyrone Peachey 23 Sika Manu

South Sydney Rabbitohs: 1 Alex Johnston 2 Joel Reddy 3 Dylan Walker 4 Bryson Goodwin 5 Aaron Gray 6 Luke Keary 7 Adam Reynolds 8 George Burgess 9 Issac Luke 10 Tim Grant 11 Glenn Stewart 12 John Sutton 13 Chris McQueen

Interchange: 14 Ben Lowe 15 Chris Grevsmuhl 16 Dave Tyrrell 17 Thomas Burgess 18 Jason Clarke 19 Cameron McInnes 20 Daryl Millard

NRL Rugby League Wests Tigers vs Penrith Panthers Live Free Streaming 28 June 2015 Sunday Online NRL Stream

National Rugby League NRL 2015 Live Wests Tigers vs Penrith Panthers Stream NRL match will be kick off at Leichhardt Oval, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Sunday 28 June 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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Rugby League returns to the spectacular Leichhardt Oval on Sunday with the Wests Tigers hosting the Penrith Panthers in a match that has become a must-win for both teams. There is little as great as Sunday footy at Leichhardt.

The Tigers have named skipper Robbie Farah though he will need to pass a fitness test. He comes in for Dene Halatau with Mania Cherrington dropping off the bench. Sauaso Sue and Delouise Hunter also return to the side with Brendan Santi and David Noafaluma dropping out of the team. Penrith welcome back international winger Josh Mansour with hooker James Segeyaro out with injury. This has caused a reshuffle that sees Waqa Blake move to the centres, Isaah Yeo to the backrow and Lewis Brown to the bench.

Penrith have won 15 of the 26 clashes between the Panthers and the Tigers and won 26-10 in the club’s last meeting – their only match in 2014 – but prior to that had dropped seven straight. Incredibly the Panthers have scored exactly 18 points in six of the last eight clashes with the Tigers. The teams have met four times at Leichhardt with the Panthers winning three of those clashes. Tigers winger Kevin Naiqama is a former Panther.

The Tigers sit 13th on the NRL ladder with a 5-9 record. Their differential of -13 though ranks a much higher ninth with the Tigers having the eighth rated defence and 10th ranked defence. The Tigers have won just one of their last six matches – though that was an impressive 34-6 win against Souths two weeks back. At their suburban home grounds this year the Tigers are 1-3 while against teams outside the eight they are 2-4. The Panthers are 11th on the ladder but their -42 differential also ranks 11th – two slots lower than the Tigers. They have the sixth best defence in the NRL but are a league-worst last in scoring at 15.5 points a match. Penrith have lost three straight – conceding 20-plus in each of those losses – while they have passed 20 points just three times in their last 11 matches. They are 2-5 away from Penrith this year and 4-3 against teams outside the eight.

Luke Brooks and Peter Wallace have both had indifferent seasons to date but hold the keys to this one. Brooks has not really come on as expected but remains young. He still needs a breakout game though and gets his chance here. Wallace is an aging veteran who can hardly bust a match open these days but needs to control the tempo of the match and take the crowd out of this. If he can the Panthers will be right in the mix.

Penrith have had just three games all season with their full spine – and are 3-7 without them – and will play this without Matt Moylan or James Segeyaro. The Tigers are 4-6 with their full spine. The Panthers and Tigers have both been under teams this year with Penrith 9-4 under and the Tigers 8-6 under. Penrith are 6-7 ATS while the Tigers are 5-9 ATS. The Tigers have won just one of their last six at Leichhardt with their only cover being in that one win. The Tigers have won and covered four of their last 10 day matches with the under 7-3 while the Panthers have covered five of their last seven day matches. The Tigers have covered just three of their last 11 as a favourite and covered just two of their last 10 off a double digit loss. Penrith have covered eight of their last 12 off a double digit loss.

Penrith look the value in this one though it is admittedly a lottery. The Tigers have more upside and if they go in with their full spine then they are entitled to favouritism but the Panthers pack looks much more battle-ready and rugged and you get the feeling they will do the little things right to win this game. Don’t underestimate the inclusion of Josh Mansour, the best dummy-half runner/kick returner in the game.

Players List:

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

Interchange: 14 Dene Halatau 15 Matthew Lodge 16 Ava Seumanufagai 17 Sauaso Sue 18 Brendan Santi.

Penrith Panthers: 1 Dallin Watene Zelezniak 2 Josh Mansour 3 Dean Whare 4 Waqa Blake 5 David Simmons 6 Jamie Soward 7 Peter Wallace (c) 8 Reagan Campell-Gillard 9 Apisai Koroisau 10 Nigel Plum 11 Isaah Yeo 12 Bryce Cartwright 13 Elijah Taylor.

Interchange: 14 Lewis Brown 15 Jeremy Latimore 16 Sam McKendry 17 Tyrone Peachey 23 Sika Manu

NRL Sydney Roosters vs Gold Coast Titans Live Stream Free 28 June 2015 Sunday NRL Stream Online

NRL Live Sydney Roosters vs Gold Coast Titans Stream National Rugby League Round 16 match will be kick off at Central Coast Stadium, Gosford, New South Wales, Australia Sunday 28 June 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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The Sydney Roosters are looking more and more like the deserved premiership favourites with every win and they meet a Gold Coast team ravaged by injury on the neutral Central Coast this Sunday afternoon in a match that will attract one of the biggest lines of 2015.

The Roosters see Michael Jennings return in the centres, forcing Brendan Elliot out of the side, while Sam Moa comes back in place of Suaia Matagi. The Titans have been ravaged further by injury with five-eighth Aidan Sezer now sidelined. Dan Mortimer shifts to halfback, Chad Redman to hooker and Matt Robinson joins the bench.

The Gold Coast Titans remarkably have a winning record against the Sydney Roosters, winning 7 of their 12 matchups. The Roosters won 26-18 in the only matchup last year but have never won two straight against the Titans. The last three matches between the two sides have topped 44 points. The teams have met once in Gosford with the Titans winning 24-20 back in 2009. Anthony Don and Dave Taylor have each scored in their last two matches against the Roosters. Titans players Nate Myles, Nene Macdonald and Dan Mortimer are all ex-Roosters.

The Roosters are back into the Top 4 with an 8-6 record, though their +108 differential is first in the NRL and almost double third-placed Melbourne. They rank second in defence and fifth in attack and have won five of their last six. The Roosters have conceded fewer than 17 points in seven of their last eight. Away from Allianz the Roosters are 3-4 while against teams outside the eight they are 3-2. The Titans have the worst defensive record in the NRL but rank a creditable fourth in attack. They come into this 12th on the ladder with a 6-8 record with a 4-2 record on the road and 2-3 record against Top 8 teams, though they have not beaten a team in the Top 6. The Titans have won two of their last three.

Michael Jennings and James Roberts may be the form centres of the premiership and should be set for a humdinger of a battle. Jennings was Man of the Match in Origin II and has plenty to prove after being suspended for an off-field incident. Roberts has been brilliant all year and is the second top tryscorer and will be keen to put on his best show against the Origin centre having been snubbed by selectors over the first two matches. Both players have speed and strength and an innate sense of scoring. What a beauty for a daytime game.

The Sydney Roosters are 11-3 under this year while the Gold Coast Titans are 9-5 over. Both teams are 8-6 ATS. The Titans are the best interstate team in the NRL with a 20-6 ATS record over the last three seasons and a head-to-head POT of over 110%. They have covered four of six interstate this year and are 7-4 ATS when getting double digits interstate. Under Trent Robinson the Roosters are 10-4 with a 7-7 ATS number when favoured by more than two converted tries. Teams favoured by 16 or more are 14-9 ATS over the last three years with a 6-1 ATS number in day matches. The Roosters are 8-5 ATS in day matches since 2013 while the Titans are 17-12 ATS.

The Sydney Roosters will win this and win it well. They are the standard so far in 2015 and are deserved premiership favourites. But the Titans need to always be backed when travelling interstate and they are plucky enough to keep this tight. The Roosters have a habit of switching off against bad teams to boot and the Titans do go well against the Chooks. The plus is too big.

Players List:

Sydney Roosters: 1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 2 Daniel Tupou 3 Michael Jennings 4 Blake Ferguson 5 Shaun Kenny-Dowall 6 James Maloney 7 Mitchell Pearce (c) 8 Dylan Napa 9 Jake Friend (c) 10 Sam Moa 11 Boyd Cordner 12 Mitchell Aubusson 13 Isaac Liu.

Interchange: 14 Jackson Hastings 15 Aidan Guerra 16 Kane Evans 17 Sio Siua Taukeiaho 18 Brendan Elliot 19 Suaia Matagi

Gold Coast Titans: 1 David Mead 2 Anthony Don 3 James Roberts 4 Nene Macdonald 5 Kevin Gordon 6 Josh Hoffman 7 Daniel Mortimer 8 Luke Douglas 9 Chad Redman 10 Nate Myles 11 Ryan James (c) 12 Dave Taylor 13 Edward Pettybourne.

Interchange: 14 Agnatius Paasi 15 Mark Ioane 16 Lachlan Burr 17 Matt Robinson 18 Matt White.

National Rugby Parramatta Eels vs St George Illawarra Dragons Free Live Streaming 2015 NRL 27 June Saturday Online

National Rugby League NRL 2015 Live Parramatta Eels vs St George Illawarra Dragons Stream NRL match will be kick off at Parramatta Stadium, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Saturday 27 June 2015 online, 19.30 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Nine, Fox Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus,Premier Sports.

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Parramatta Eels will be looking to put their latest week from hell behind them on Saturday night but won’t get an easy opportunity with premiership big dogs St George Illawarra standing in their way and smarting from a close loss to the Roosters on Monday night.

Parramatta have lost fullback Reece Robinson, causing a reshuffle that sees Corey Norman go to fullback and Luke Kelly come in at five-eighth. Will Hopoate returns from Origin meaning Ryan Morgan goes to the wing and John Folau to the NSW Cup. Cody Nelson comes in for the injured Nathan Peats. Anthony Watmough is also out hurt with Danny Wicks starting at lock and Danny Alvaro and Joe Paulo joining the bench. The Dragons are unchanged from their close-up loss on Monday night though Joel Thompson is expected to play. Ben Creagh is in doubt with a sternum concern.

Parramatta and St George Illawarra have had an incredibly close rivalry with the Dragons holding a 14-13-2 edge. The Eels have won the last two, winning 36-0 last year and 26-22 in 2013, but have won just three of the last 13 v the Dragons. The Eels have an 8-3-1 all-time advantage at Parramatta Stadium. Ten of the last 12 between the two sides have tallied less than 37 points.

Parramatta sit 14th on the ladder and have won just five of 14 games with the third worst differential. They have the eighth best attack but are a horrific 15th in defence, allowing 24 points per game. The Eels beat an Origin-ravaged Melbourne 26-22 last start and have scored 26-plus in their last three but have won just two of their last seven matches. They are 2-4 but riding a four-game losing streak at Parra Stadium this year while against teams in the eight they are 2-7. The Dragons have been very good, sitting third with an 8-5 record and the fourth best differential. The Saints have been the benchmark defensively allowing 12.8 points per game while they rate 12th in attack. They have dropped three of their last five but were tough in losses to the Bunnies, Bulldogs and Roosters. They have conceded 20-plus just once since Round 3. They are 5-2 against teams outside the eight.

Halfbacks Chris Sandow and Benji Marshall have long been regarded as rocks or diamond players but while Sandow continues to play as such Marshall has been much more composed this year. Sandow has Marshall in try assists with 11 compared to 10 and has three tries himself compared to Marshall’s one but it is Benji who has done as asked of him by his coach while the Eels half has thrown his teammates and coach offside. The Eels can’t win with Sandow going rogue while the Dragons just need Benji to keep doing what he has been doing.

The Eels have had their full spine more than any team this year but sit 14th on the ladder while the Dragons are 8-4 with their top spine. The Dragons are the top cover team this year with a 10-3 ATS record while the Eels are 6-8 ATS with a 10-4 over number. The Eels are 16-7 ATS at Parramatta Stadium over the last three seasons but have failed to cover their last four. As an outsider at the ground the Eels are 9-7 with a 12-4 ATS record since 2013. The Dragons have covered five of their last seven on a quick backup. The Dragons have won and covered their last two as a road favourite. Parramatta are 6-15 straight and ATS and have failed to cover their last seven off a win. The under has saluted 55% of the time since 2011 with a home underdog at night.

The price in this one looks too good to be true. The Eels are typically much improved at Parramatta Stadium but that hasn’t been the case this year. They have been flattered lately and have been dealing with more off-field distractions. An injury crisis is hardly going to spark them into action with Nathan Peats and Anthony Watmough leading the outs. The Dragons have been steady and with a success built on defence and stability in the key positions they look a brilliant bet this Saturday.

Players List:

Parramatta Eels:  1 Corey Norman 2 Semi Radradra 3 Will Hopoate 4 Brad Takairangi 5 Ryan Morgan 6 Luke Kelly 7 Chris Sandow 8 Junior Paulo 9 Cody Nelson 10 Tim Mannah (c) 11 David Gower 12 Tepai Moeroa 13 Danny Wicks

Interchange: 14 Darcy Lussick 15 Pauli Pauli 16 Daniel Alvero 17 Joseph Paulo

St George Illawarra Dragons: 1 Josh Dugan 2 Dylan Farrell 3 Euan Aitken 4 Peter Mata’utia 5 Jason Nightingale 6 Gareth Widdop 7 Benji Marshall 8 Leeson Ah Mau 9 Mitch Rein 10 Mike Cooper 11 Tyson Frizell 12 Will Matthews 13 Ben Creagh

Interchange: 14 Jake Marketo 15 Trent Merrin 16 Jack de Belin 17 Heath L’Estrange