State of Origin Live

State of Origin Live : Welcome to Wide World of Sports’ live coverage of Origin III. Get all the latest news and action here, with match commentary from Nine’s Origin great Peter Sterling. Live stream the match on 9NOW by clicking here.

State of Origin Live – Stream

Mitchell Pearce enters his 19th State of Origin game still yet to taste a series victory and still unable to avoid being the most talked about player on the field.

The series is all locked up at 1-1 after the Blues’ thrashing of Queensland at Optus Stadium in Game 2. History, grudges and the futures of several star players and coaches are all on the line when Game 3 is scheduled to kick off at 8.10pm (AEST) at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.

New South Wales will win back-to-back State of Origin titles for the first time in 14 years if they can overcome the Queensland Maroons in Game 3 of the 2019 series on Wednesday.

The Blues recovered well from a narrow Game 1 defeat to obliterate Queensland 38-6 in the second match of this year’s series, with everything still to play for as the teams travel to ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

One of the biggest spectacles in the rugby league calendar will come to a head in a winner-takes-all clash, with each team sealing at least one game for a record-equalling ninth State of Origin series in succession.

A State of Origin decider between the New South Wales Blues and Queensland Maroons is upon us, and you’re not going to want to miss this one. Here’s all the info you need to catch an Origin live stream and watch the match on TV.
The Origin decider is scheduled to kick off at 8:10pm (AEST) tonight at ANZ Stadium in Homebush, Sydney.

Team news, views and how to watch as New South Wales and Queensland clash in Sydney to decide this year’s series.

Down to a decider
After two hard-fought matches in Brisbane and Perth, this year’s State of Origin series comes down to Wednesday’s final encounter to decide whether the Blues or the Maroons will triumph.

Brad Fittler’s decision to make seven changes to his New South Wales side for Game III reaped dividends as they rebounded from a four-point defeat in the opener to triumph 38-6 at Optus Stadium on the back of a hat-trick from Tom Trbojevic.

We have reached a decider after the Maroons took honours on home soil in Game 1, but couldn’t get the job done in Perth during Game 2, getting hammered 34 points to 6.

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