State Of Origin Live Streaming 2019 Free Online Game 02 NRL Rugby League. Queensland Maroons vs New South Wales Live Streaming State Of Origin Rugby Online.The State Of Origin Rugby League Game 01 Date is Sunday, 23 June 2019 will be kicks off Time 7:50pm (AEST), at Optus Stadium, Perth, Burswood, Australia. You Can Watch NRL State Of Origin Rugby Live On Channel Nine, Fox Sports, Radio 2GB,Triple M, ABC Grandstand, Setanta Sports, Premier Sports, FOX Sports 2 & FOX Soccer Plus, Sky Sports and online.
The Queensland Maroons are on the verge of claiming back the State of Origin shield, with a win in Game 2 of the series enough to take the title back from the NSW Blues. Here are all the details you need to know about the match.
The Origin kick-off time for Game 2 of the 2019 series is scheduled for 7:50pm (AEST) on Sunday, June 23.
The likelihood of the game actually starting on time is pretty slim. Origins are notorious for starting late, and with this start time set down a good 20 minutes earlier than usual, on account of it being played on Sunday night rather than the traditional Wednesday timeslot, it’s a pretty safe bet we’ll be running late once again.
We’re expecting a kick-off time of around 7:55pm once the pre-match entertainment and anthems are complete, although, to be fair, Game 1 this year wasn’t very late at all – it got underway at 8:13pm, just three minutes after the scheduled start.
Game 2 is expected to conclude at 9:45pm, assuming it starts close to 7:50pm and there isn’t extra time to worry about.
What’s notable about this fixture is the venue. For the first time in State of Origin history, it will be played in Perth, with the new Optus Stadium to host the historic encounter.
New South Wales have, of course, made a multitude of well-publicised changes to their side following defeat in Game 1. Most notably, star centre Latrell Mitchell has been dumped following a lacklustre showing in the series opener, as has five-eighth Cody Walker.
Jack Wighton has earnt a promotion from the bench to replace Mitchell, while veteran James Maloney comes into the side for Walker.
The other changes for NSW have seen Tom Trbojevic take Josh Morris’s place in the centres and Angus Crichton dropped for Wade Graham. David Klemmer (broken wrist), Nick Cotric (syndesmosis) and Payne Haas (hamstring) were all ruled out of Game 2 through injury, replaced by Daniel Saifiti, Blake Ferguson and Tariq Sims respectively.
There are just the two changes to the Maroons, both through injury. Joe Ofahenguae (leg cut) and Jai Arrow (syndesmosis) will miss the Perth match, with Tim Glasby and Jarrod Wallace coming into the Queensland side in their place.
If Kevin Walters’ side wins Origin 2, it will seal the series for the Maroons. A Blues victory will see a decider in Game 3 in a few weeks’ time.
The Nine Network hold the exclusive TV rights to broadcast State of Origin this year, so they’re the station you’ll have to tune into to watch the game. Their coverage starts at 7pm (AEST) in NSW and Queensland, and 7:30pm throughout most of the rest of the country. Check your local guides for the right channel and broadcast time for your area.
If you want to live stream the game online, again, Nine have you covered. Their 9Now platform is the only way to legally stream the game.
Be sure to follow all the action at The Roar with our live blog and highlights, as well as plenty of reaction after full-time.
I believe New South Wales look stronger on paper after being forced into a reshuffle due to players withdrawing with suspension and injury. Wade Graham and Josh Morris would improve any side but the overall make-up of the Blues side looks strong and well rounded.
Dylan Walker will be more confident and more dangerous in his rightful centre position, Jack Bird is made for Origin and I see him as a perfect utility that can cover up to eight positions across the backs and forwards while debutant Tyson Frizell will provide great impact in all departments off the bench.
News of Corey Parker’s impending retirement at the end of 2016 is bad timing for New South Wales – the veteran Brisbane forward is one of the most popular players in the Queensland squad and confirmation that this will be his final Origin campaign is sure to provide even more motivation for the Maroons.
New South Wales Blues: 1. Matt Moylan, 2. Blake Ferguson, 3. Michael Jennings, 14. Dylan Walker, 5. Josh Mansour, 6. James Maloney, 7. Adam Reynolds, 8. Aaron Woods, 9. Robbie Farah, 10. James Tamou, 11. Greg Bird, 12. Josh Jackson, 13. Paul Gallen (c).
Interchange: 15. Tyson Frizell, 16. David Klemmer, 17. Andrew Fifita, 18. Jack Bird.
Queensland Maroons: 1. Darius Boyd, 2. Corey Oates, 3. Greg Inglis, 4. Justin O’Neill, 5. Dane Gagai, 6. Johnathan Thurston, 7. Cooper Cronk, 8. Matt Scott, 9. Cameron Smith (c), 10. Josh McGuire, 11. Matt Gillett, 12. Sam Thaiday, 13. Corey Parker.
Interchange: 14. Michael Morgan, 15. Jacob Lillyman, 16. Aidan Guerra, 17. Josh Papalii.