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Watch Manny Pacquiao vs Chris Algieri PPV Boxing Live Streaming Online 22 Nov. 2014

Watch Manny Pacquiao vs Chris Algieri live Stream Online Boxing HBO PPV Fight Free 2014. Manny Pacquiao vs Chris Algieri Live Stream Free HD TV Online HBO TV. Watch Boxing Live Online HD TV on Your PC, iPad, Mac, Android, iPhone. Everyone watch the live All Boxing events live has so easy. When you talk about a major sporting event, this term is one of the best. Get instant access to the widest possible coverage of Boxing matches on the web directly to your desktop from anywhere. Just sign up and start watching Now..



Fight Night Info:
Manny Pacquiao vs Chris Algieri
Date : Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014
Time : 09:00 PM EST |02:00 AM UK |03:00 AM CET
Location : Cotai Arena, The Venetian Macao, Macau, China
TV : HBO pay-per-view

Manny Pacquiao defends his WBO welterweight title against the unbeaten Chris Algieri in Macau on Saturday (22 November).

 


Where to Watch: Pacquiao v Algieri is available to watch live via Box Nation on Sky channel 437 (490 in HD) and Virgin 546 and online at Livesport.tv. Programming is scheduled to start at 02:00am Saturday night/Sunday morning with the main event set to follow three undercard fights.

Overview: Somewhat predictably, a prospective meeting between Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr has largely dominated the build-up to the Filipino fighter's showdown with Algieri. The WBO champion has made it clear in no uncertain terms that a long-awaited clash with the five weight world champion is the final goal remaining in his glittering career.

Hopes of that happening looked to have faded following his knock out at the hands of Juan Manuel Marquez in 2012, but victories over Brandon Rios and in his rematch with Timothy Bradley earlier this year have lifted him back into contention. While Mayweather remains unresponsive over talk of a showdown between the two welterweight kings, victory on Saturday will see Pacquiao's calls grow even louder.

Amid all this, Algieri has taken a back seat. The 30-year-old, who is very much the prototype for the anti-boxer given his middle class background and his Masters degree from the New York Institute of Technology, sees the odds heavily stacked against him.

In comments which were aimed to undermine Pacquiao rather than New York-born Algieri, Mayweather claimed Top Rank CEO Bob Arum's relentless chatter regarding Mayweather v Pacquiao in 2015 was all in aid to drum up sales for Saturday's showdown.

While Pacquiao v Algieri may lack that box office status, the challenger is expected to provide a stern examination. While his is 20-0 (with eight stoppages) record is impressive in itself, his performance in his last match with Ruslan Provodnikov is what turned heads, after he recovered from two first round knock downs to take a split decision victory over the Russian.

His five inch height advantage over Pacquiao will be something he can exploit in the ring, but this will be his first encounter with someone he himself acknowledges as a future hall of famer.

What They've Said: Manny Pacquiao: "As I have said before, boxing is my passion and public service is my calling. As I approach my title defence against Chris Algieri I have found that my passion for boxing has increased. I do not feel old.

"I feel great and I find I am able to train as hard as I always have and I enjoy it. More importantly, I still enjoy boxing - a lot. As long as my skills and my passion remain strong I want to continue my boxing career.

"When I retire, I want it to be on my terms. I do not want to spend my retirement regretting that I walked away from boxing before I was ready. I do not want to come back and fight after I retire."

Chris Algieri: "I'm tall for the weight class. I am built to go in and stand in front of the man and trade bombs – why would I do that? I've got length, I've got reach, I've got speed; I've got footwork and defence, but that's not what's going to be the difference in this fight.

"It's not a tall guy versus a short guy – it's Chris Algieri versus Manny Pacquiao. It's what I bring to the table versus what he brings to the table. I think a lot of it has to do with my mental preparation and mind going into this fight as well as what we know from Manny."

How does Pacquiao win?
It seems that Pacquiao has all the advantages you could want on the eve of a championship fight. He's the incumbent. He's the attraction. He's fighting in front of what's essentially a home crowd. And he's been down this PPV event road many times before. In addition to all that, he's a great talent, too. He's faster than Algieri, punches harder and has been in with better guys. Truth told, it should be a rout.

How does Algieri win?
The previously unknown Algieri bedeviled Provodnikov in June by using his length, his movement and a clear superiority in boxing technique—not to mention the sizable amount of fortitude that enabled him to climb off the floor twice in the first and fight the final 11 rounds with a badly injured eye. Pacquiao is better in all ways than Provodnikov, but he can be out-skilled. That's Algieri's meal ticket here.

Watch New Zealand All Blacks vs Scotland Live Streaming Autumn International Rugby 15 November 2014

Watch New Zealand All Blacks vs Scotland Live Streaming Autumn International Rugby 15 November 2014. The All Blacks play Scotland at Murrayfield in the third Test of their Spring Tour. The match kicks-off on Sunday, November 16 at 6:30am New Zealand time.Everyone watch the Rugby Live Stream and other sporting events live has so easy. When you talk about a major sporting event, this term is one of the best. Get instant access to the widest possible coverage of Rugby matches on the web directly to your desktop from anywhere. Just sign up and start watching Now..


What: All Blacks Spring Tour
Who: All Blacks vs Scotland
When: Sunday, November 16 – 6:30am (NZ Time)
Where: Murrayfield, Edinburgh
I can watch it on: Sky Sports 


The All Blacks overcame a slow start to beat England at Twickenham last weekend. The ABs trailed 14-11 at the break but powered home in the second spell in a game that had a bit of everything. Man-of-the-Match Richie McCaw scored a try, Dane Coles saw a yellow card after seeing red and lashing out at Dylan Hartley and the New Zealand kickers couldn’t slot a goal to save themselves.
Players List:

Scotland – 15 Stuart Hogg, 14 Sean Maitland, 13 Mark Bennett, 12 Alex Dunbar, 11 Tommy Seymour, 10 Finn Russell, 9 Greig Laidlaw, 8 Adam Ashe, 7 Blair Cowan, 6 Rob Harley, 5 Jonny Gray, 4 Richie Gray, 3 Euan Murray, 2 Ross Ford, 1 Alasdair Dickinson.

Subs: 16 Fraser Brown, 17 Gordon Reid, 18 Geoff Cross, 19 Tim Swinson, 20 Johnnie Beattie, 21 Chris Cusiter, 22 Duncan Weir, 23 Sean Lamont.

All Blacks – 15 Ben Smith, 14 Colin Slade, 13 Malakai Fekitoa, 12 Ryan Crotty, 11 Charles Piutau, 10 Dan Carter, 9 TJ Perenara, 8 Victor Vito, 7 Sam Cane, 6 Richie McCaw (c), 5 Dominic Bird, 4 Jeremy Thrush, 3 Charlie Faumuina, 2 James Parsons, 1 Joe Moody.

Subs: 16 Dane Coles, 17 Wyatt Crockett, 18 Ben Franks, 19 Luke Romano, 20 Liam Messam, 21 Augustine Pulu, 22 Sonny Bill Williams, 23 Julian Savea.


Scotland converted a 24-10 halftime lead into an entertaining 41-31 win over Argentina at Murrayfield. Brothers Richie and Jonny Gray both scored tries in their first match starting together as Chris Laidlaw kicked 14 points from the tee.


Dan Carter played one of the best games of his career the last time these sides played each other. Carter was the puppet-master, pulling strings in a 51-22, six tries to three demolition job in 2012.


Conrad Smith has returned to New Zealand, citing personal reasons. Smith's wife recently gave birth to a child and All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said on Monday “everyone’s healthy which is great but obviously it’s a personal matter so I can’t answer any more questions on it.”

Smith is expected back before the Wales match the following week and will most likely be replaced by Ryan Crotty with Malakai Fekitoa relieving Sonny Bill Williams at second-five.

Lock Brodie Retallick is also out after a shoulder injury forced him from the field against England. Dominic Bird, who was travelling with the Barbarians, has been brought into the side.

Aaron Cruden is kicking at less than 50% accuracy in his last two Tests while Beauden Barrett missed a couple of sitters against the English. Meanwhile, Dan Carter slotted a couple from the sideline against America.

The last six times these two sides played each other have been at Murrayfield. Those six games have produced just four tries for Scotland and a combined score of 238-47 to the All Blacks (obviously).

In 109 years of Tests, Scotland has never beaten the All Blacks. Two draws is the closest they’ve come in 29 matches.



All Blacks coach Steve Hansen

“The biggest challenge is going and relaxing after England (which was) a big test match and this is very much a loseable game.

“We have to keep our feet on the floor and prepare really well as always.

“Over the last few years, Scotland have managed to beat South Africa and Australia and we all know if you keep someone in the game long enough, they’ll grow and extra arm and a leg and they’ll be very hard to beat.”


Steve Hansen said avoiding complacency after the England win was essential, but that’s never been an issue for this ruthless side. The All Blacks to win by 20-odd points.

Date: Saturday, Nov. 15

Time: 5:30 p.m. GMT/12:30 p.m. ET

Live Stream: BBC Sport website (UK), SuperSport stream (SA)

TV Info: BBC Two (UK), SuperSport 1 (SA)

Watch England vs South Africa Springboks Live Streaming Autumn International Rugby Online 15 Nov. 2014

Watch England vs South Africa Springboks Live Streaming 2014 online. England play the Springboks at Twickenham in the end of year internationals. The match kicks-off on Sunday, 15 November at 14:30GMT. Everyone watch the Rugby Live Stream and other sporting events live has so easy. When you talk about a major sporting event, this term is one of the best. Get instant access to the widest possible coverage of Rugby matches on the web directly to your desktop from anywhere. Just sign up and start watching Now..



What: End of year internationals
Who: England vs South Africa
When: Saturday 15 November 2014, Time 14:30GMT/ Saturday, 15 November 2.30pm (Sunday, 16 November – 1.30 am AEDT)
Where: Twickenham – London

What happened last time?

Both sides are coming off losses. England went down 24-21 to New Zealand in a bruising encounter in London last weekend. South Africa, on a high after beating New Zealand a few weeks ago, crashed back to Earth in a 29-15 loss to a seriously depleted Irish side in Dublin.



Players List:

England: 15 Mike Brown, 14 Anthony Watson, 13 Brad Barritt, 12 Kyle Eastmond, 11 Jonny May, 10 Owen Farrell, 9 Danny Care, 8 Billy Vunipola, 7 Chris Robshaw (c), 6 Tom Wood, 5 Courtney Lawes, 4 Dave Attwood, 3 David Wilson, 2 Dylan Hartley, 1 Joe Marler.

Subs: 16 Rob Webber, 17 Matt Mullan, 18 Kieran Brookes, 19 George Kruis, 20 Ben Morgan, 21 Ben Youngs, 22 George Ford, 23 Marlon Yarde.

Springboks: 15 Willie le Roux, 14 JP Pietersen, 13 Jan Serfontein, 12 Jean de Villiers (c), 11 Bryan Habana, 10 Pat Lambie, 9 Cobus Reinach, 8 Duane Vermeulen, 7 Schalk Burger, 6 Marcell Coetzee, 5 Victor Matfield, 4 Eben Etzebeth, 3 Jannie du Plessis, 2 Adriaan Strauss, 1 Beast Mtawarira.

Subs: 16 Bismarck du Plessis, 17 Trevor Nyakane, 18 Coenie Oosthuizen, 19 Bakkies Botha, 20 Teboho Mohoje, 21 Francois Hougaard, 22 Handré Pollard, 23 Cornal Hendricks.


We shall look back before we look forward to the great clash between England and South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday.

It will be the 37th Test between England and South Africa, the 19th at Twickenham. There have been two draws between the two countries - including the very first Test. South Africa have won 22 to 12 over all and 10-8 at Twickenham.

In 1913 South Africa became the first team to beat England at Twickenham, then a relatively new ground. It was one of four successive wins for the Springboks as part of four successive Grand Slams. At the turn of the 21st century England set out on seven consecutive wins, five of them at Twickenham, including that day of Springbok disgrace in 2002 when they lost the match (3-53) and honour.

In the rugby world, South Africa's greatest rivals have been New Zealand since 1921 and are still so, but in Europe England have been the biggest target. After all they were the ones who fathered the great game, they gave the world the laws and mores that ruled the game. When the International Rugby Board was the Four Home Unions they were the ones who represented South Africa. They were the ones that organised the first touring teams to South Africa.

But then they were also the ones who took wealth from South Africa and contributed to divisions in the country.

England were somebody to prove yourself against.

In the history of this November, both teams have suffered defeat - South Africa's far more biting than England's.

England lost by three points to mighty New Zealand, the top-placed team in the world; South Africa lost by 14 points to Ireland, ranked fifth in the world.

But it was more than that; it was the way the losers played - England with energy and determination, while South Africa offered little that was pleasing - very little.

The way the defeats affect this week's performance will probably determine the winner.

If England can take pride and determination into Saturday's match, taking on the Springboks with zest and enthusiasm, the victory will be theirs. But the Springboks, horrid when they are favourites, are best when their backs are to the wall and this week their backs are to the wall as they wonder what could have made them so tawdry last week.

To win England will have to get the better of the Springbok pack. They could do so the way the Irish did it - tackling with fury and winning the battle for the post-tackle ball with zest.

Against Ireland the Springboks had the upper hand in line-outs and scrums, a luxury they may well not have against England. But even so the Springboks were beaten - the same team who had beaten the All Blacks in their match before the one in Dublin.

For the Springboks to win, they will have to have far greater zeal at the tackle and they will have to eschew pointless kicking for the whole 80 minutes. (Against Ireland they kicked on Rob Kearney without profit; this week the same can happen if they kick on Mike Brown, the best of English backs.)

And then the Springboks' backs will have to play with greater unity and brighter ideas.

The change in scrumhalf could be important and would it not be a good idea to pass to a wing more than once a match?

Players to Watch

For England: Mike Brown at fullback, so slim and so rugged, so surprisingly strong on his feet, a deceptive runner. Can Jonny May produce that acceleration and evasiveness that gave him that exciting try against New Zealand, beating Conrad Smith and Israel Dagg in the process? Chris Robshaw is always worth watching for his diligence and courage.

For South Africa: Patrick Lambie at flyhalf. He looks so boyish but he has great skill and vision, a player with BMT. Then there is Duane Vermeulen, the wrecker at No.8, the best of a trio of abrasive runners. They don't care about passing but they can hurt.

Head to Head: Danny Care of England, a lively old hand, against Cobus Reinach, a lively new hand with a surprising turn of speed. They are both scrumhalves to keep opponents alert. Both teams have excellent line-outs, neither losing an own throw-in last week. England stole three New Zealand line-outs, South Africa five off the Irish. The line-outs could be an interesting battle. Both teams had the better of the scrums last week, though the Springbok job was much easier against the wobbly Irish. Both teams will be up for the physical battle, neither the side to stand back. Both teams have good goal-kickers - Owen Farrell of England and Patrick Lambie of South Africa. Farrell, on his home turf, has the edge on Lambie. Ill discipline feeds kickers, and the sides each conceded 11 penalties last Saturday. On the other hand South Africa conceded seven scrums (to two by Ireland). England also conceded two scrums (to six by New Zealand).

LIVE COVERAGE: Four Nations Final New Zealand Kiwis vs Australia Kangaroos Live Streaming 15 Nov. 2014

Watch New Zealand Kiwis vs Australia Kangaroos Four Nations Final Rugby League Live Streaming online. The Kiwis host the Kangaroos in the Four Nations final at Westpac Stadium on Saturday, November 15. The match kicks off at 6.45pm (AEDT). Everyone watch the Rugby Live Stream and other sporting events live has so easy. When you talk about a major sporting event, this term is one of the best. Get instant access to the widest possible coverage of Rugby matches on the web directly to your desktop from anywhere. Just sign up and start watching Now..



What: 2014 Four Nations Final
Who: New Zealand v Australia
When: Saturday, November 15 – 6.45pm (AEDT)
Where: Westpac Stadium
I Can Watch It On: Channel Nine

What Happened Last Time? 
The Kiwis thumped the Kangaroos 30-12 in the Four Nations opener in Brisbane three weeks ago, ending their eight-game losing streak against Australia.

Wellington (New Zealand) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 8:45:00 PM NZDT
Perth (Australia - Western Australia) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 3:45:00 PM AWST
London (United Kingdom - England) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 7:45:00 AM GMT
Auckland (New Zealand) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 8:45:00 PM NZDT
Apia (Samoa) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 9:45:00 PM WST
New York (U.S.A. - New York) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 2:45:00 AM EST
Suva (Fiji) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 8:45:00 PM FJST
Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 5:45:00 PM PGT
Brisbane (Australia - Queensland) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 5:45:00 PM AEST
Melbourne (Australia - Victoria) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 6:45:00 PM AEDT
Sydney (Australia - New South Wales) Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 6:45:00 PM AEDT
Teams 
New Zealand: 1-Peta Hiku, 2-Jason Nightingale, 3-Shaun Kenny-Dowall, 4-Dean Whare, 5-Manu Vatuvei, 6-Kieran Foran, 7-Shaun Johnson, 8-Jesse Bromwich, 9-Issac Luke, 10-Adam Blair, 11-Simon Mannering (c), 12-Kevin Proctor, 13-Jason Taumalolo 
Interchange: 14-Lewis Brown, 15-Greg Eastwood, 16-Martin Taupau, 17-Tohu Harris, 18-Gerard Beale, Bodene Thompson (two to be omitted).

Australia: 1. Greg Inglis, 2. Josh Mansour, 3. Michael Jennings, 4. Dylan Walker, 5. Sione Mata'utia, 6. Daly Cherry-Evans, 7. Cooper Cronk, 8. Aaron Woods, 9. Cameron Smith (c), 10. Josh Papalii, 11. Sam Thaiday, 12. Greg Bird, 13. Corey Parker. 
Interchange: 14. Boyd Cordner, 15. Robbie Farah, 16. Aidan Guerra, 17. Ryan Hoffman, 18. Ben Hunt, 19. Josh Jackson, 20. David Klemmer (three to be omitted). 
New Zealand head into the decider undefeated after confidence boosting wins over the Kangaroos, Samoa and England, while Australia bounced back from an opening loss to the Kiwis to secure their spot in the tournament showpiece with victories over both England and Samoa.

The game will be played at Westpac Stadium and it will kick off at 6.45pm AEDT (8.45pm local time). The match will be broadcast live on Channel Nine in Australia, with live streaming coverage also available online.


After all the talk surrounding the likes of England and Samoa producing competitive performances during this Four Nations campaign, we all have the final we expected pre-tournament - albeit we took a few interesting detours along the way.

The Kiwis put up the first initial roadblock for the Kangaroos on the opening Four Nations night up in Brisbane last month when they produced an emphatic performance to clinically dismantle what was then a new-look Australian side 30-12.

New Zealand steamrolled over the top of a makeshift Australian forward pack to completely outmuscle and outclass their arch-rivals in the second stanza, ultimately running away with a comfortable victory.

Stephen Kearney's men then capitalised on that momentum, holding on to close out narrow victories against both Samoa and England to surge into the final on the back of three successive triumphs.

Tim Sheens had a more difficult job with Australia. The Kangaroos so easily could have been sitting back on a beach somewhere in South-East Asia this weekend had England winger Ryan Hall successfully grounded the ball in the final seconds of Australia's 16-12 win at AAMI Park.

Had Hall scored and Gareth Widdop kicked a gettable conversion, then Australia would have been knocked out of an international rugby league tournament final for the first time since the 1954 World Cup final.

Alas, Hall's effort was awarded as a 'no try' and Australia went into their clash with Samoa last week with the knowledge that a win would secure their passage through to this Saturday night's final.

Now that both team's road to the final has been covered we can take a look at who will be taking the field in Wellington.

Versatile utility Thomas Leuluai is definitely out for New Zealand after succumbing to a shoulder injury, with Issac Luke moving into the starting hooker role and Lewis Brown coming into the side on the bench.

New Zealand are otherwise unchanged from the side that defeated England last week, with halves Kieran Foran and Shaun Johnson, along with giant in-form wrecking ball Jason Taumalolo all set for huge games in this encounter.

Sheens is keeping his cards a little closer to his chest it appears, with the Kangaroos coach naming Robbie Farah, Aidan Guerra and Ryan Hoffman on an extended bench that also includes Ben Hunt, Josh Jackson and David Klemmer.

Klemmer has been in superb form in his first two senior matches for the Kangaroos, and Sheens could well opt to inject him into the final after Australia were hurt by a lack of size in their defeat against New Zealand last month.

Other than the bench, Australia will field a replica of the starting side that beat Samoa, with Josh Papalii once more starting at prop and Sam Thaiday shifting to the second-row.

This one has all the makings of a cracker, and if this Four Nations tournament is any indication, it could go right down to the wire. I'm ignoring national pride here and tipping the Kiwis to take it out by four points in an electrifying encounter.

Watch New Zealand All Blacks vs England Live Streaming Autumn International Rugby 08 November 2014

Watch New Zealand All Blacks vs England Live Streaming 2014 online. The All Blacks play England at Twickenham this weekend in the second Test of their Spring Tour. The match kicks off at 3am (NZT) on Sunday November 9. Everyone watch the Rugby Live Stream and other sporting events live has so easy. When you talk about a major sporting event, this term is one of the best. Get instant access to the widest possible coverage of Rugby matches on the web directly to your desktop from anywhere. Just sign up and start watching Now..



What: All Blacks’ Spring Tour
Who: All Blacks vs England
When: Sunday, 9 November – 3am (NZT)
Where: Twickenham Stadium, London 
The All Blacks annihilated the USA last weekend, running in 12 tries and only giving up two penalties in 74-6 win. Prior to that, All Blacks narrowly beat Australia in Brisbane and lost to the Springboks in South Africa while claiming another Rugby Championship trophy.  
England’s last outing was in Hamilton in the third Test match of the June internationals. The poor old Poms went close in the first two games but ended up on the wrong side of a series whitewash.  
What you need to know 
Winger Cory Jane and hooker Nathan Harris are out with injury. Both players started and scored tries against the US last week with Jane picking up a hamstring injury and Harris twisting his ankle.  
Coach Steve Hansen can cover Jane, but Harris’ exit is concerning. The All Blacks have only Dan Coles and Keven Mealamu but a replacement will be called in during the week.  
Jerome Kaino, Conrad Smith and captain Richie McCaw were all rested last weekend while playmakers Aaron Cruden and Dan Carter returned to the side. Carter was masterful in his 30 minutes and kicked a few sideline conversions. 

Lock, Joe Launchbury, who has started the last 20 Tests for England is out with a neck injury.  
Reasons to watch 
Because it’s gonna be a humdinger. Count on it. With less than a year to the World Cup, this is much more than a mere Test match. It’s a precursor, a grudge match and an indication of form at the ground where the World Cup final will be played next year.  
Reasons to turn away 
Um, it’s gonna be on early in the morning? Even then, record it and watch at a more sociable hour. There’s no reason to miss this.  
Final word

Of the 12 tries the ABs scored against the Eagles last weekend, most were bludgers but a few were absolute gems. Against such a weak opposition, it’s tough to tell just how good the All Blacks were. We’ll get a better understanding this time round.  
Dan Carter played 30 minutes off the bench last weekend. He eased through the Eagles defence on several occasions, set up a few tries and was deadly from the tee. Not to say Cruden wasn’t good, but you’d be tempted to start DC at first-five if he’s fit. But is he? The flip side is you don’t want to risk him at the start of the Tour with only a couple of Tests next year before the World Cup.  
Expect Cruden to start with Carter riding the pine.  
Our prediction 
The ABs have lost a gruelling encounter with South Africa, narrowly defeated Australia and enjoyed a confidence boosting demolition of the US in the past month or so. They’ve got Test match level fitness and the combinations to boot. England haven’t played together since June.  

Watch Australia Wallabies vs Wales Live Streaming Rugby Autumn International 08 November 2014

Watch Australia Wallabies vs Wales Live Streaming 2014 online. Wales host the Wallabies at Millennium Stadium on Sunday, November 9. The match kicks off at 1.30am (AEDT). Everyone watch the Rugby Live Stream and other sporting events live has so easy. When you talk about a major sporting event, this term is one of the best. Get instant access to the widest possible coverage of Rugby matches on the web directly to your desktop from anywhere. Just sign up and start watching Now..



What: Wales v Australia
When: Sunday, November 9 – 1:30am (AEDT)
Where: Millennium Stadium.
I can view it onFox Sports.

What did they do last time? 
Wales led South Africa all the way but suffered a heart-breaking 31-30 loss in their most recent Test match in June. 
The Wallabies held off the Barbarians 40-36 to open Michael Cheika's reign as Wallabies coach on a winning note at Twickenham. 
Things you need to know 
Wales coach Warren Gatland has sprung a few selections surprises for this one. Winger George North will start at outside centre with Jonathan Davies and Scott Williams both sidelined through injury. Liam Williams starts on the left wing for North while Rhys Webb is a surprise selection at scrumhalf ahead of Mike Phillips. Prop Paul James will start ahead of the experienced Gethin Jenkins while Jake Ball has won a start at lock. Wales finished third in the Six Nations behind winners Ireland and second-placed England. They play Fiji, New Zealand and South Africa after facing the Wallabies.

New Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has made two forced changes to the Wallabies side that suffered a 29-28 loss to the All Blacks in Ewen McKenzie's last game in charge. Having made 11 changes to his starting side for last week's tour opener against the Baa Baas, Cheika has given the players that fell just short against the Kiwis three weeks ago another crack. Western Force number eight Ben McCalman and boom Rebels youngster Sea McMahon come into the starting side for Scott Fardy (knee) and Scott Higginbotham (hamstring). McMahon will make his debut after impressing off the bench against the Barbarians, while Force prop Tetera Faulkner is also in line to earn his first Test cap after being named on an extended nine-man bench. The Wallabies face Wales, France, Ireland and England in the final three weeks of their Spring tour.

Reason to watch 
While the Wallabies have now had a run under Cheika, this week starts the real beginning of the Waratahs and former Leinster coach's tenure. This is the first of just eight Tests Cheika has to get Australia ready for the World Cup starting in September.

Reason to turn away 
If the Wallabies scrum has an off night.

Say what

"It's been a bit hectic I was only sitting on my couch last week and I wasn't planning on screaming and yelling at guys. One thing that guys aren't going to get in our set-up is being spoon fed. You need men to win things, men have to stand up and take responsibility, be accountable for their actions," - coach Cheika telling it how it is.

Final instructions 
The Wallabies are riding a nine game winning streak against Wales but there has been very little in all of those encounters. The upheaval the Wallabies have endured in recent weeks and the fact Wales haven't played together in almost five months makes it tough to pick a winner here. Both sides will be up for this one as it is a prelude to their Pool A clash in next year's World Cup. Australia have had a psychological edge over the hosts for several years now and we suspect that will continue this weekend because of the Cheika factor, but it won't be easy. Wallabies by three.

Teams 
Wales: 15. Leigh Halfpenny, 14. Alex Cuthbert, 13. George North, 12. Jamie Roberts, 11. Liam Williams, 10. Dan Biggar, 9. Rhys Webb, 8. Taulupe Faletau, 7. Sam Warburton (c), 6. Dan Lydiate, 5. Alun Wyn Jones, 4. Jake Ball, 3. Samson Lee, 2. Richard Hibbard, 1. Paul James 
Reserves: 16. Scott Baldwin, 17. Gethin Jenkins, 18. Rhodri Jones, 19. Bradley Davies, 20. Justin Tipuric, 21. Mike Phillips, 22. Rhys Priestland, 23. Cory Allen. 
Wallabies: 1. James Slipper, 2. Saia Fainga’a, 3. Sekope Kepu, 4. Sam Carter, 5. Rob Simmons, 6. Sean McMahon, 7. Michael Hooper (c), 8. Ben McCalman, 9. Nick Phipps, 10. Bernard Foley, 11. Joe Tomane, 12. Christian Leali’ifano, 13. Tevita Kuridrani, 14. Adam Ashley-Cooper, 15. Israel Folau. 
Reserves: James Hanson, Tetera Faulkner, Ben Alexander, James Horwill , Will Skelton, Matt Hodgson, Will Genia, Quade Cooper, Rob Horne (one to be omitted). 

Watch Australia Kangaroos vs Samoa Four Nations Rugby Live Streaming 9 November 2014

Watch Australia Kangaroos vs Samoa Four Nations Rugby League Live Streaming online. The Kangaroos host Samoa in the third round of the 2014 Four Nations at WIN Stadium on Sunday, November 9. The match kicks off at 4.00pm (AEDT). Everyone watch the Rugby Live Stream and other sporting events live has so easy. When you talk about a major sporting event, this term is one of the best. Get instant access to the widest possible coverage of Rugby matches on the web directly to your desktop from anywhere. Just sign up and start watching Now..

What: 2014 Four Nations Test match
Who: Australia v Samoa
When: Sunday, November 9 – 4.00pm (AEDT)
Where: WIN Stadium
I Can Watch It On: Channel Nine

What did they do last week? 
The Kangaroos squeezed past England to record a controversial 16-12 come-from-behind win over England in Melbourne last Sunday. They lost to the Kiwis 30-12 in the opening round.
Samoa led for most of the contest against New Zealand in Whangarei but finished on the wrong end of a 14-12 scoreline. They also gave England a scare in the first round, going down 32-26.
 

Things you need to know 
Australia have been forced to tinker with their pack after back-rower Beau Scott was ruled out with a hamstring injury suffered against England. Scott is expected to be available for the final in Wellington next Saturday if the Kangaroos qualify. Sam Thaiday shifts from prop to the back-row, with Josh Papalii to start up front. Robbie Farah, Aidan Guerra and Ryan Hoffman have been named in the 17, with Ben Hunt, David Klemmer and Matt Moylan also named on an extended bench. The Kangaroos are third on the ladder with a minus 14-point differential. If the Kiwis beat England on Saturday any win by the Kangaroos will be enough to make the final. If England beat the Kiwis Australia will have to beat Samoa by at least 16 points.
Samoa have made two changes with Antonio Winterstein returning on the wing for Tautau Moga while Pita Godinet starts at hooker for Sauaso Sue who drops to the bench. Matt Parish's side can still make the final but they need the Kiwis to topple England and then must beat the Kangaroos to make it.

Reason to watch 
Samoa have been a revelation this tournament. They've thrown the ball around in attack and belted the living daylights out of both England and the Kiwis in defence. Whatever the result this will be an entertaining clash.

Reason to turn away 
If the Kangaroos loose it'll be the first time they have missed the final of a major tournament since 1954. Watching Pakistan belt Michael Clarke and co in the cricket was embarrassing enough but a loss to Samoa this weekend would be even more disastrous for Tim Sheens and the players involved.

Say what

"I have said to the guys we are not playing in the final yet, we have a big game this week and so have England. New Zealand looked scratchy on the weekend against Samoa, Samoa really played strongly and our issue is we have to lift to beat that side. 
"I can't control what is going to happen in the other game ... we still have to win the game and whatever happens happens," – Kangaroos coach Tim Sheens.

Final Word 
The bookies are tipping an easy Kangaroos win but this game should be a genuine contest. Much will depend on the result of the New Zealand v England game on Saturday. If the Poms beat the Kiwis Samoa can't make the final so would be playing for pride while the Kangaroos would need to win by at least 16 points so would look to put a big score on the Samoans. But Sheens' charges have been average at best so far this tournament while the Samoans have played beyond all expectations and should really have won both of their games so far. We expect them to be right in this contest once again but the class of Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk and Greg Inglis will drag Australia home in the final 20. Kangaroos by 10.
 

Luxbet Odds 
Australia - $1.09
Samoa - $7.75

Teams

Australia: 1. Greg Inglis, 2. Josh Mansour, 3. Michael Jennings, 4. Dylan Walker, 5. Sione Mata'utia, 6. Daly Cherry-Evans, 7. Cooper Cronk, 8. Aaron Woods, 9. Cameron Smith (c), 10. Josh Papalii, 11. Sam Thaiday, 12. Greg Bird, 13. Corey Parker.
Interchange: 14. Boyd Cordner, 15. Robbie Farah, 16. Aidan Guerra, 17. Ryan Hoffman, 18. Ben Hunt, 19. David Klemmer, 20. Matt Moylan (three to be omitted).

Samoa: 1 Tim Simona, 2 Antonio Winterstein, 3 Tim Lafai, 4 Joseph Leilua, 5 Daniel Vidot, 6 Ben Roberts, 7 Kyle Stanley, 8 Isaac Liu, 9 Pita Godinet, 10 David Fa'alogo (c), 11 Frank Pritchard, 12 Leeson Ah Mau, 13 Josh McGuire.
Interchange: 14 Dunamis Lui, 15 Reni Maitua, 16 Sauaso Sue, 17 Mose Masoe, 18 Jesse Sene-Lefao, 19 Tautau Moga (two to be omitted). 

Watch New Zealand Kiwis vs England Four Nations Rugby Live Streaming 8 November 2014

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What: Four Nations match
Who: Kiwis vs England
When: Saturday, 8 November – 6.00pm (AEDT)
Where: Forsyth-Barr Stadium, Dunedin
I can watch it on: GEM 
Wellington (New Zealand) Saturday, 8 November 2014 at 8:45:00 PM NZDT
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The Kiwis were pounded and put through the ringer in a 14-12 win over Samoa in Whangarei last Saturday. They trailed for most of the game but a Shaun Kenny-Dowall try in the corner sealed the win with a couple of minutes left on the clock.  

Players List:

New Zealand teams: 1 Peta Haiku, 2 Jason Nightingale, 3 Shaun Kenny-Dowall, 4 Dean Ware, 5 Manu Vatuvei, 6 Kieran Foran, 7 Shaun Johnson, 8 Jesse Bromwich, 9 Issac Luke, 10 Adam Blair, 11 Simon Mannering (captain), 12 Kevin Proctor, 13 Jason Taumalolo

Interchange: 14 Thomas Leuluai, 15 Greg Eastwood, 16 Martin Taupau, 17 Tohu Harris, 18 Lewis Brown
Head coach: Stephen Kearney

England teams: 1 Sam Tomkins, 2 Josh Charnley, 3 Kallum Watkins, 4 Dan Sarginson, 5 Ryan Hall, 6 Gareth Widdop, 7 Matty Smith, 8 George Burgess, 9 Josh Hodgson, 10 James Graham, 11 Liam Farrell, 12 Joel Tomkins, 13 Sean O'Loughlin (c)

Interchange: 14 Daryl Clark, 15 Brett Ferres, 16 Tom Burgess, 17 Chris Hill
Head coach: Steve McNamara
England were unlucky in a 16-12 loss to the Kangaroos in Melbourne on Sunday. The Poms held a lead with 20 minutes left, but Ben Hunt was brilliant off the bench for Australia. A controversial last minute TMO decision when Ryan Hall looked to have got a finger to the ball in goal consigned England to a loss.  
Last time they met 
At Wembley last year in the Rugby League World Cup semi-final – and it was one of the best games of international rugby league ever.  
England had a lead with seconds remaining, but Shaun Johnson stepped through some tiring defense to level the scores. His conversion after the siren sent the Kiwis to the final.  
What you need to know 
Interesting game this one. You ready? Ok. 
If the Kiwis win or draw, they’re into the Four Nations final. If New Zealand loses by 10 or more, England leapfrog them on the table and the Kiwis will rely on Samoa stopping Australia clawing back the points differential (currently NZ is +20 and Australia is -14). 
England needs to win to make the final, pure and simple. But even if they only win by a narrow margin, a big Australia win over Samoa could see the English miss out.  
If England loses to New Zealand, they’ll be praying for Samoa to narrowly beat Australia to get a spot in the final in Wellington next week. 

Hooker Issac Luke and winger Manu Vatuvei returned to the Kiwis side last week. Kieran Foran took a heavy hit to his ribs and stayed keeled over on the turf for a while but is a tough bugger. We’re sure he’ll play this weekend. 
Reasons to watch 
Like the All Blacks-England match later in the night, it’s gonna be a humdinger. England were desperately unlucky last week, will still feel the semi-final loss and are intent on making the final.  
Are rare rugby league match in Dunedin should be well attended by both sets of fans.  
Reasons to turn away 
The Kiwis were off the pace against Samoa. If they aren’t ready and firing, they could easily lose by more than 10 and see a once sure finals berth slip away.  
Final instructions 
This match could go anywhere. Both sides were pushed by Samoa while New Zealand played out of their skins to beat Australia. The English could’ve done the same thing to the Roos last weekend but couldn’t maintain the rage for 80 minutes. 
Both sets of forwards are big. And scary. Both sides have world class wingers in Hall and Vatuvei. Both have halves combinations with grittiness, flair and NRL premierships (Gareth Widdop and Kieran Foran). Both fullbacks are creative and explosive.