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England RL v Combined Nations All Stars Preview
England Rugby League take on a Combined Nations All Stars team as they look to ramp up their preparations for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup, with the match available to watch live on SkySports.
England will be looking to use this match, that does not feature any NRL stars as a chance for those on the fringes to impress and for those with a NRL based player in front of them to put a marker down but as this is Shaun Wanes first match in charge, it is a chance for every player to play themselves into contention for a world cup place.
The opposition, named the Combined Nations All Stars are take from the best non-English players to ply their trade in the Super League in a special match designed to give England a good test in these difficult times for getting countries to these shores.
The Halliwell Jones Stadium hosts this match up and will have a crowd of around 4,000 due to restricted capacities but as one of the most modern and atmospheric grounds in the sport, it should feel like there are many more in attendance and that should be all that both sets of players need to give this a true feel of an International match.
England v All Stars Prediction
Here at RLBet, we give out predict for who we think will win and also what we think the winning margin will be but don’t forget that the unpredictable nature of the Super League, this should only be seen as our view.
As the freindliest of friendlies where palyers have been pulling out in record quick time, we are not expecting much
from this one other than a warm up game with nothing on the line.
With that in mind, defence will likely be out of the window and it should be high scoring and with at least something on the line for England in terms of impressing Shaun Wane, we expect a comfortable win for England in a game that will do little to nothing for World Cup preparations.
Score Prediction England by 16