The State of Origin the premium Australian Rugby season will be starting soon in 2018. Every year this event attracts a large number of audience from different parts of the world mainly the US, UK, France, Germany, and Australia. Game 1 of State of Origin will take place in Melbourne Cricket Ground on 6th June. This will be followed by other two games at a different location in Australia.
Game 2 will be played between NSW and Queensland and will play on 24th June 2018 from 8:00 pm onwards. The game will take place in Sydney in ANZ Stadium. 24th June 2018 will be on Sunday and audiences of this premier tournament are eagerly waiting for this game. Let’s check out more details about State of Origin 2018 below.
Live streaming of Game 2
Live Streaming of State of Origin Game 2 is available to those who do not have a cable connection. And this streaming is available for free. In Mac, iPhone, iPad and in any android one can watch the match live by just streaming the NRL. One can just download the app, and with the high-speed internet, it is possible to watch Game 2 seamlessly and with high quality.
To watch the match by browsing the internet, the user must register in NRL. It is not only Game 2 but all three matches of NRL State of Origin Rugby by steaming 9Now, World of sports.com.au.
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How to watch State of Origin Game 2 live stream online
It is wise if one installs VPN on their device because it will enable the viewers to watch the match at any point in the world by just using the IP Address of the location. Through VPN the viewers will be able to watch any channels which are broadcasting the match in that definite country.
Social Network like Facebook will be very active on the match so any viewer will not be able to stream the match but will also get the updates with breaking news regarding the matches, players, events and other exciting game-related news.
Predictions – Who will Game 2
The State of Origin is played only between Queensland and New South Wales and this is being played for past 100 years.
Blues took more than five years to come back to their winning position, and now they can compete with the Maroons on 24th June with Steve Mortimer who will be leading New South Wales. From 2015 till 2017 it was only Queensland who won the State of Origin with 2:1. This time New South Wales are coming up with a great home in Game 2 in Syndey. Audiences in Sydney and other parts of the world are eager to see some change in winners of the game
In 2017 the player in Wing position was Dane Gagai of Queensland for whom the game won the season. In 2016 it was Cameron Smith in the Hooker position who led Queensland to the winning position. Lastly, in 2015 it was none other than Corey Parker at the lock position help Queensland to win the session.
According to Nathan Brown, Kalyn Ponga is fully ready for the game and even Cameron Smith is all set to start with a bang on Sunday 24th June in Game 2 of State of Origin.
Game 2 Roosters
The full line up for Game 2 is not yet available but there some changes in the players in Game 2 in 2018. Fans will watch some fresh face In Queensland Maroons. Cameron Munster and Michael Morgan will be there in the team of Maroons. Venetian Holmes, Billy Slater, and Dane Gagai will be on the team. In the healthy back line, Darius Boyd and Greg Inglis are included. In Queensland forward-back, some fresh face will appear like Jarod Wallace, Tim Glasby, Coen Hess and Dylan Napa.
The Game 2 team for New South Wales are Josh Dugan, Tyson Frizell, James Tedesco, Jack de Berlin ( 18th man) and Boyd Cordner will surely be there in the team as their skipper.