The Parramatta Eels will host the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Bankwest Stadium in Saturday’s blockbuster, do-or-die NRL semi-final. Here is all the information you need to watch the action live.
After last week’s fast start, which was undone by the Melbourne Storm, the Eels will be looking to build on their performance in Saturday night’s clash against the Rabbitohs.
However, they will have to overcome the momentum picked up by the Bunnies’ strong performance over the Knights in last week’s elimination final if they are to come away victorious.
The semi-final will kick-off at 7:50pm (AEDT), which means that for viewers in Queensland, kick-off will be 6:50pm. Starting times for South Australian viewers will be 7:20pm, 6:20pm in the Northern Territory, while for Perth fans it will start at 4:50pm.
If you’re looking to live stream Parramatta versus Souths, a popular option is Kayo Sports. The service is a sports-only platform that offers subscribers access to a wide array of content and will be live-streaming the semi-final. It will cost you $25 per month, although they do offer a 14-day free trial for new subscribers.
An alternative streaming option to watch the game is through Foxtel Now. A little pricier than Kayo, a subscription bundle that includes the sports content would cost you $54 per month. Although, they offer new subscribers on the platform a ten-day free trial.
If you are a Telstra mobile customer, there is the NRL Live Pass app which is offered free on all plans and prepaid services that maintain an active recharge, while access for a non-Telstra customer will cost $99.99. You can live-stream every finals match on the app, excluding the grand final.
Another option is 9Now, which is a free platform and will be hosting the semi-final stream. The service boasts an array of full match replays, game highlights and analysis to get you caught up in time to watch the action.
If you are looking to watch the semi-final abroad, Watch NRL is your best option. The service may vary depending on your location so click the link to find out more.
For watching the semi-final on the TV, the free-to-air option is hosted by the Nine Network. In NSW, the game will be shown on Channel Nine, but for other regions, check your TV guide.
The pay TV option for streaming the semi-final is Foxtel. The service will host the game on their primary league channel, 256 Fox League HD.
And remember, you’ll be able to catch all the NRL semi-final action right here on The Roar with our live blog, highlights and post-match reaction.