2016 4 Nations
The 2016 4 Nations will be held in England and Scotland at the end of both the Super League and NRL seasons. England, New Zealand and Australia all qualified automatically and will be joined Scotland, who qualified for their first ever 4 Nations after winning the 2014 European Cup.
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What is the 4 Nations?
The 4 Nations is a Rugby League tournament which features the top 3 nations in the world and 1 qualifier for each event. Each tournament is organised in a round-robin format where each teams plays each other once.
The teams are awarded 2 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 for a loss.
The top 2 teams after each have played their round-robin matches play in the final to determine the 4 Nations champions.
Rugby League 4 Nations
The Rugby League 4 Nations has taken over from where the Tri-Nations finished and has made huge strides forward in terms of attendances, action on the field and raising awareness off of it.
Featuring England, Australia and New Zealand, as well as the European Champions (When played in the Northern Hemisphere) or the Pacific Champions (When played in the Southern Hemisphere), the 4 Nations is one of International Rugby League biggest tournaments, second only to the World Cup and is played with an intensity that is hard to match.
With the vast majority of the world’s greatest Rugby League players playing in the tournament, 100’s of thousands of spectators in attendance and millions watching around the world, it’s no surprise that there is huge interest in the 4 Nations and especially betting on 4 Nations action.
2016 4 Nations Schedule
Australia v Scotland, KC Lightstream Stadium, Hull
Friday October 28 (8.00pm)
England v New Zealand, The John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield
Saturday October 29 (2.30pm)
England v Scotland, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
Saturday November 5 (5.30pm)
New Zealand v Australia, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
Saturday November 5 (8.00pm)
New Zealand v Scotland, The Zebra Claims Stadium, Workington
Friday November 11 (8.00pm)
England v Australia, The Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
Sunday November 13 (3.30pm)
Final, Anfield, Liverpool
Sunday November 20 (2.30pm)