Watch Kangaroos vs Kiwis Live Streaming Online Rugby League 2015 ANZAC Test 01 May Friday Australia vs New Zealand

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A new-look Aussie side prepares to host a very familiar-looking Kiwi outfit for the traditional mid-year Test in a fixture that threatens to deviate from the usual script.

The Kiwis have struggled badly in the one-off mid-season Test over the years, winning just once – the second fixture, back in 1998 – and losing 14.

A usually-settled Kangaroos side, with the benefit of club and Origin combinations, has frequently proved too strong for Kiwi outfits that often feature players with little experience playing alongside each other.

Not so this time; the Kiwis are boosted by most of their Four Nations-winning squad being available and will feature no debutants to Australia’s four.

That successful campaign in November last year included back-to-back wins over the Aussies; another win here would see them notch three in a row against their Trans-Tasman rivals for the first time in over 60 years and also jump to the top of the RLIF world rankings.

While halfback Shaun Johnson has been under fire for a slow start to the year and five-eighth Kieran Foran has missed games recently with a hamstring strain New Zealand have stuck with the players who have been there and done it before.

Dean Whare is out injured, so Peta Hiku will play centre and Roger Tuivasa-Sheck returns at fullback having not played Test football since the 2013 World Cup. Ben Matulino is also playing his first Test since that tournament, Jason Taumalolo is out injured meaning Tohu Harris will start.

Sam Moa is also back, as is Thomas Leuluai – who missed the Four Nations final through injury after playing the pool games – with Lewis Brown bumped to 18th man.

The Aussies will have no shortage of motivation headed into this one and will be boosted by the return to form and fitness, and return to the side, of Matt Scott and James Tamou.

The Aussies have four Test debutants: wingers Josh Dugan and Alex Johnston, centre Will Chambers and bench forward Trent Merrin.

Billy Slater’s late withdrawal due to a shoulder injury means Greg Inglis again plays fullback with Michael Jennings joining the side at centre.

Johnathan Thurston rejoins the team after missing the Four Nations along with Luke Lewis and Nate Myles. Boyd Cordner, Josh Jackson, Daly Cherry-Evans and Ben Hunt are among the Four Nations finalists to miss out.

Watch out Kangaroos: Storm prop Jesse Bromwich is arguably the form front-rower of the NRL at the moment and Warriors bookend Ben Matulino isn’t far behind. Each is running over 160 metres per week, making them the third and fourth most productive props in terms of running after Aaron Woods and Andrew Fifita. When you add in Bromwich’s mobility and footwork at the line and Matulino’s prolific offloading (an NRL-high 21 after eight rounds) it makes them a formidable prospect for the ‘Roos forwards to deal with.

Watch out Kiwis: Despite the late withdrawal of Slater the Aussies have an in-form and familiar ‘spine’ of Inglis, Thurston, Cronk and Smith. Four of the best big-game players you’d ever want to see, but the one in stunning form of late is Cowboys halfback Thurston.

‘JT’ has nine try assists in eight games – second in the competition after impressive Panthers fullback Matt Moylan (10) and all bar one of those in the Cowboys’ current five-match winning streak. He’s one of those players that can turn a game in an instant, and even more so when he’s getting some help from his forwards.

Key Match-Up: Greg Inglis v Roger Tuivasa-Sheck. There are key battles all over the park – Cronk v Johnson, Scott and Woods v Matulino and Bromwich, Luke v Smith – but each set starts with the fullback and each of these men will be hoping to be their country’s custodian for years to come.

While Inglis’s 137 metres and 3.5 tackle breaks per game are nothing to sneeze at, they pale when compared to how the Roosters custodian has started the year. He leads all comers for average and total metres with an absurd 235 metres per game. He has one more tackle break than Inglis this year and both have three tries, while Inglis (five) edges Tuivasa-Sheck (three) for try assists.

The History:
Played 129; Australia 95, New Zealand 31, drawn 3. It’s been a long history of dominance for the Aussies, particularly in the one-off mid-season fixture, but the Kiwis have won the past two – both in last year’s Four Nations. Interestingly, New Zealand have won four of their past five at Suncorp – three wins and a loss against Australia, and a win over England.

Match Officials: Referee: Gerard Sutton; touch judges: Anthony Eliott & Nick Beashel; Video Referees: Bernard Sutton & Henry Perenara.

Televised: Channel Nine, Live, 7.30pm (AEST).

The Way We See It: We can’t see this being a one-sided affair either way. History certainly doesn’t favour the Kiwis but has the tide started to turn just a little bit? With a number of good players in good form and plenty of continuity the unsettled nature of previous Kiwi line-ups is absent, while this time around it is the Aussies who are blooding new players and forming new combinations. They certainly have more than enough champion players – especially in key positions – to get the job done, and plenty of their own are also in form. No doubt it will be an enthralling clash – but we’ll tip the Kiwis to defy history with a six-point win.

Players List:
Australia Kangaroos : Billy Slater, Alex Johnston, Greg Inglis, Will Chambers, Josh Dugan, Johnathan Thurston, Cooper Cronk, Matt Scott, Cameron Smith (c), Aaron Woods, Greg Bird, Sam Thaiday, Corey Parker. Int: Luke Lewis, Trent Merrin, Nate Myles, James Tamou. 18th man: Daly Cherry-Evans, 19th man: Michael Jennings, 20th man: Josh Papalii. Coach: Tim Sheens

New Zealand Kiwis (probable line up): Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Manu Vatuvei, Peta Hiku, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Kieran Foran, Shaun Johnson, Jesse Bromwich, Isaac Luke, Ben Matulino, Kevin Proctor, Simon Mannering, Greg Eastwood. Int: Sam Moa, Martin Tapau, Lewis Brown, Tohu Harris. 18th man: Thomas Leuluai. Coach: Stephen Kearney

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When told I had to cover the Hong Kong Sevens two months after arriving in December 1984, I was over the moon. I had been employed by the “other paper”, which came to Colombo on a recruitment drive – they knew cheap labour could be found in Sri Lanka – and taken on board as a sub-editor on the sports desk.

It was a huge turnaround. As an apprentice reporter in Colombo, my beats were crime and parliament, although one wise old hack told me they were one and the same. Luckily, I had always liked sport. Cricket and rugby were two of the most popular pastimes in Sri Lanka and when the rugby writer left just weeks before the Hong Kong Sevens, the editor threw me in at the deep end.

A year earlier the tournament had moved from its origins at Hong Kong Football Club to the old Government Stadium and a band of Sri Lankans, led by dashing flanker Hisham Abdeen, won the Bowl competition, which was played for the first time. They were coming back and I looked forward to seeing my countrymen win again.

Hopes were dashed, ironically by Hong Kong, who went on to win the Bowl, defeating Papua New Guinea 14-12. Australia won the Cup Championship, beating Public School Wanderers 24-10. But there was some consolation for the vanquished with Les Cusworth being awarded the “best and fairest player”.

Back then things were different. Margaret Thatcher and Zhao Ziyang had just signed the Sino-British Joint Declaration, which stated the British government would hand Hong Kong back to China in 1997. But that date seemed distant, 12 long years away.

The Hong Kong Sevens was then under the chairmanship of Brian Stevenson and had been created with an aim to foster the growth of Asian rugby. Even then you sensed this tournament was ahead of its time. It was special in that there were few events where teams from Australia and New Zealand mingled with sides from Sri Lanka and Thailand.

The cosmopolitan nature would only grow and enhance its reputation. As usual it took time for the establishment to realise the Hong Kong Sevens was a game-changer.

The Home Unions didn’t sent representative sides for a long time and deigned to grace the occasion with select teams like the Penguins, the Irish Wolfhounds and Barbarians. The Wolfhounds always arrived in Hong Kong still celebrating St Patrick’s Day and reeking of the good stuff – in the old days we had to go to the airport to get stories.

England were the last to embrace the winds of change. The RFU had stood steadfast and refused to send a representative side until 1995.

Hong Kong had won the right to host the second Sevens World Cup in 1997, and England knew they had no choice but to come to the Hong Kong Sevens to see what to expect when they mounted the defence of their World Cup title – won in 1993 at Murrayfield. All was in vain because of Fiji and Waisale Serevi.

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England will know exactly what they need to do to lift their first Six Nations under coach Stuart Lancaster when they take the field against France.

With rivals Wales and Ireland playing in Rome and Edinburgh respectively earlier in the day, England’s players can watch those games before walking out to face the French at Twickenham knowing what scoreline will be enough.

All eyes will be on London once Wales and Ireland have laid down their challenges to finish on top, while England will be up against a French side which once again has blown more cold than hot in this year’s tournament, but still has an outside chance itself to lift the trophy.

“To win at Twickenham would mean a huge amount and I know how much the guys want it badly,” said Lancaster.

“They’ve been hurt to come second for three years in a row and want to avoid that again.

“France are a high quality team with a very big, physical pack. Last year when they gave Ireland a real battle despite not being able to win the title. It could be still the case they have something to play for, so we will not start dreaming yet.”

France have made two changes with flyhalf Jules Plisson replacing the injured Camille Lopez while Vincent Debaty starts at loosehead at the expense of Eddy Ben Arous.

Head coach Philippe St Andre wants his players to prove their World Cup credentials.

“International rugby is about combat, humility. I only want players who are ready to go to the end of the world. If anyone thinks that international rugby is too difficult, then they have my telephone number.

“They can call me and I’ll take someone else. I have covered and supported them for three years. At some stage you need to know how to win games at the highest level.

“The French jersey should not only be something you’re proud of but also something that enables you to surpass yourself. You need to be a gladiator,” he added.

Players to watch:

For England: Fullback Mike Brown will be good in the air and look to spark some counter-attacks. Outside centre Jonathan Joseph has found good form and there will be pressure on flyhalf George Ford to dictate matters. Captain Chris Robshaw will play as hard as anyone, with support from the abrasive James Haskell, while Courtney Lawes and Dan Cole will have big roles to play in the set-pieces.

For France: South African-born fullback Scott Spedding will want to link up with dangerous attacking players such as Yoann Huget and Gael Fickou, while there will be a spotlight on flyhalf Jules Plisson as well. Captain Thierry Dusautoir will lead from the front as ever and up front it will be up to the likes of Yoann Maestri and veteran prop Nicolas Mas to set the tone.

Head to head: Mike Brown and Scott Spedding are different types of fullbacks who can both be dangerous if given too much space. Outside centres Jonathan Joseph and Gael Fickou should have a good battle in midfield but the focus will be on the playmakers George Ford and Jules Plisson. Both captains Chris Robshaw and Thierry Dusautoir will be hoping to disrupt opposition possession, in the line-outs it will be between Geoff Parling and Yoann Maestri and at scrum-time the big battle will be between Joe Marler and Nicolas Mas.


England: 15 Mike Brown, 14 Anthony Watson, 13 Jonathan Joseph, 12 Luther Burrell, 11 Jack Nowell, 10 George Ford, 9 Ben Youngs, 8 Billy Vunipola, 7 Chris Robshaw (captain), 6 James Haskell, 5 Courtney Lawes, 4 Geoff Parling, 3 Dan Cole, 2 Dylan Hartley, 1 Joe Marler.

Replacements: 16 Tom Youngs, 17 Mako Vunipola, 18 Kieran Brookes, 19 Nick Easter, 20 Tom Wood, 21 Richard Wigglesworth, 22 Danny Cipriani, 23 Billy Twelvetrees.

France: 15 Scott Spedding,  14 Yoann Huget, 13 Gael Fickou, 12 Maxime Mermoz, 11 Noa Nakaitaci, 10 Jules Plisson, 9 Sebastian Tillous-Borde, 8 Loann Goujon, 7 Bernard Le Roux, 6 Thierry Dusautoir (captain), 5 Yoann Maestri, 4 Alexandre Flanquart, 3 Nicolas Mas, 2 Guilhem Guirado, 1 Vincent Debaty.

Replacements: 16 Benjamin Kayser, 17 Rabah Slimani, 18 Uini Atonio, 19 Romain Taofifenua, 20 Damien Chouly, 21 Rory Kockott, 22 Remi Tales, 23 Mathieu Bastareaud.