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State of Origin 2019: How to watch Game 3 replays online and on TV

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10th July, 2019
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The 2019 State of Origin series is over, and with a big decider having been just played, you’ll want to know exactly how to watch full replays of all the action from one of the biggest games of the year. With The Roar’s guide, you’ll be able to find out exactly when you can settle in to watch all the action again.

Replays of State of Origin Game 3

Date Start Time (AEST) Finish Time (AEST)
Wed Jul 10 10:10pm 11:40pm
Thu Jul 11 12:40am 1:40am
Thu Jul 11 4:35am 5:35am
Thu Jul 11 10am 11am
Thu Jul 11 4pm 5pm
Fri Jul 12 1am 2:30am

How to watch Origin Game 3 replays on TV

While the live broadcast of Game 3, as with all the other games throughout the series was on Channel 9, Foxtel is the only place on TV to watch a replay of the decider.

Fox League (502) will have replays of the match starting from just after full time, and will continue those throughout the course of the following week.

To watch any of Fox League’s replays, you’ll need a valid Foxtel TV subscription, which is complete with the sports pack, thus allowing you to access Fox League.

How to live stream State of Origin Game 3 replays

Live streaming replays of the Origin series has never been easier than it is this year.

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The best way to go about it is on Kayo Sports, where you’ll be able to watch replays of all three Origin games on demand, through your desktop, mobile device, Apple TV or Chromecast.

A subscription to Kayo costs you $25 a month, but also gives you live access and on-demand replays to the vast majority of Foxtel’s sporting content, as well as other selected events.

Outside of Kayo, you’ll be able to use one of Foxtel’s applications – either Foxtel Now (for those without a TV subscription) or the Foxtel App (for those with a TV subscription as its included in your plan).

If you’re outside of Australia, then you’ll need to use Watch NRL to access a replay.

Of course, The Roar is still the place for all your post-Game 2 discussion, with expert reaction, analysis, video highlights and talking points.