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Against the odds, New South Wales decisively thumped Queensland in the first State Of Origin match. Can they make it 2-0 on Wednesday to take home the trophy? Or will we have a nail-biting decider on our hands come July 12? Here’s everything you need to know about viewing Game 2 — whether you’re planning to watch live, at the pub, on TV or on the internet.
Below is everything you need to know about watching this year’s State Of Origin – including streaming tips, where to buy tickets and the players on each team.
New South Wales Blues are one victory away from winning the State of Origin series for just the second time in 12 years and face off with the Queensland Maroons in Game 2 at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on Wednesday.
The Blues thrashed the Maroons 28-4 in Game 1 at Suncorp Stadium on May 31 and now have the chance to seal a first State of Origin win since 2014 on home soil.
Per News.com.au, the Maroons are likely to be boosted by the return of playmaker Johnathan Thurston, who missed Game 1 with a shoulder injury but is “a definite starter” for Wednesday, according to skipper Cameron Smith.
State of Origin Game 2 – the time has come. After a seeming changing of the guard in Game 1, are we going to witness a new dynasty born in Game 2?
You can find out, live, free and exclusive, on Channel 9 from the time of 7:30pm AEST on Wednesday 21 June.
The teams move to Sydney, with this being NSW’s only home game of the three-game series as they look to wrap it up. Everyone has been talking about the death of Queensland, and that this is NSW’s time.
The TV coverage will start at 7:30pm, with the game broadcast exclusively live and free on Channel Nine. Nine is the only channel bringing viewers the game all across Australia.
Once again the voice of rugby league, Ray ‘Rabs’ Warren, will call the action from the commentary box alongside some of the game’s greats, including Parramatta legend Peter Sterling, NSW’s most successful coach Phil Gould and Queensland Origin great Paul Vautin.