The New South Wales Blues can secure their first State of Origin clean sweep since 2000 if they can defeat the Queensland Maroons on the Gold Coast tonight.
The third and final game of the series kicks off at Gold Coast’s Cbus Super Stadium at 8:10pm (AEST) tonight.
There’s only one way you can stream the match live in Australia and that’s through Channel Nine’s official streaming service 9Now.
While 9Now is free to access you do need to make an account. You can then stream the content either through their 9Now mobile app on a web browser through a computer or laptop or on a smart TV that has access to apps.
9Now will also have the replay of the match available if you miss any of the action or just want to re-live it.
If you’re overseas and keen to follow the action, you’ll need to use the NRL’s official overseas streaming service, WatchNRL but you will need to pay for this service.
You won’t be able to watch the match live on Kayo Sports but you will be able to watch Origin on replay through the service as soon as the match ends. Kayo will also have pre and post game coverage.
Channel Nine has the exclusive rights to broadcast State of Origin in Australia. It’s on free to air and you can find it by searching your TV’s electronic program guide (EPG) or the old-fashioned TV guide in the newspaper. If you’re in Sydney or Brisbane the channel you’re looking for is 90. Other areas including regional Australia will have different channel numbers.
As Channel Nine has exclusive rights, Fox League on Foxtel will not have the game live but will have a replay as soon as coverage is over which will be around 10:45pm (AEST).
Of course, if you have dodgy internet or can’t get to a TV The Roar has you covered for all the State of Origin content with a live blog and plenty of pre and post-game content.