When Is Australia vs. Lebanon Rugby League World Cup, How Can You Watch It, Squads, Tickets, And Betting Odds?

When Is Australia vs. Lebanon Rugby League World Cup, How Can You Watch It, Squads, Tickets, And Betting Odds

In the first quarter-final match of this year’s Rugby League World Cup, Australia will face Lebanon, with the tournament favorites looking to continue their strong run of form.

The defending champions won all three of their Group B games, finishing with a +178 point differential after crushing Scotland and Italy.

Lebanon, on the other hand, won two of their three games, falling just short against New Zealand and finishing with a points differential of +58 after crushing Jamaica in their final game.

The first of four quarter-finals will be broadcast live from Huddersfield’s John Smith’s Stadium.

The match between Australia and Lebanon will begin at 7.30pm local time on Friday, November 4th, which is 6.30am AEDT on Saturday morning.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Rugby League World Cup match between Australia and Lebanon.

When is the Rugby League World Cup match between Australia and Lebanon?

On Friday, November 4th, at 7.30pm local time, Australia will face Lebanon in the RLWC quarter-finals.

The match will begin at 6.30am AEDT on Saturday, November 5th for Australian viewers.

The game will take place at Huddersfield’s John Smith’s Stadium.

How to watch, TV channel, and live stream for Australia vs Lebanon Rugby League World Cup

The game will be broadcast live on TV and live streaming services in Australia, England, and New Zealand.

RLWC tickets for Australia vs. Lebanon

Lebanon vs. Australia RLWC teams

Australia and Lebanon have both announced their quarter-final squads.

Australia:

  1. John Tedesco
  2. Valentine Holmes 8. Latrell Mitchell 9. Josh Addo-Carr
  3. Graham, CampbellCameron Munster is seventh.
  4. Daly Cherry-Evans is number two.
  5. Jake Trbojevic No. 5 Harry Grant No. 20
  6. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui, 18
  7. Angus Crichton, 17
  8. Isaah Yeo (24), Cameron Murray (11)
  • Jack Wighton is ten.
  • Carrigan, Patrick
  • Nathan Cleary is fourteen.
  • Reuben Cotter, 16

Lebanon:

  1. Kiraz, Jacob
  2. Josh Mansour 3. Brad Morkos 14. Reece Robinson 16.
  3. Abbas Miski is number five.
  4. Adam Doueihi is number six.
  5. Mitchell Moses is number seven.
  6. Roumanos, James
  7. Andrew Kazzi, 15
  8. Khalil Rahme, 19
  9. El-Zakhem, Elie
  10. Charbel Tasipale, 12
  11. Jalal Bazzaz, 17
  • Kayne Kalache is number eight.
  • Hanna El-Nachar is ten.
  • Anthony Layoun, 14
  • Jaxson Rahme 20.

Lebanon vs. Australia RLWC wagering odds

Australia is a $1.00 bet to win their quarter-final match, while Lebanon is a $81 bet with OKBET.

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