Date: Wednesday 13th July 2016
Kick Off: 11:15
Venue: ANZ Stadium Sydney)
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1 James Tedesco Wests Tigers)
2 Blake Ferguson Sydney Roosters)
3 Michael Jennings Parramatta Eels)
4 Josh Dugan St George Illawarra Dragons)
5 Josh Mansour Penrith Panthers)
6 James Maloney Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
7 Adam Reynolds South Sydney Rabbitohs)
8 Aaron Woods Wests Tigers)
9 Robbie Farah Wests Tigers)
10 Paul Gallen c) Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
11 Wade Graham Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
12 Josh Jackson Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
13 Tyson Frizell St George Illawarra Dragons)
14 Jack Bird Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
15 James Tamou North Queensland Cowboys)
16 David Klemmer Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
17 Andrew Fifita Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks)
Darius Boyd Brisbane Broncos)
Gavin Cooper North Queensland Cowboys)
Cooper Cronk Melbourne Storm)
Dane Gagai Newcastle Knights)
Matt Gillett Brisbane Broncos)
Aidan Guerra Sydney Roosters)
Greg Inglis South Sydney Rabbitohs)
Jacob Lillyman Warriors)
Josh McGuire Brisbane Broncos)
Nate Myles Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles)
Corey Oates Brisbane Broncos)
Justin O’Neill North Queensland Cowboys)
Corey Parker Brisbane Broncos)
Matt Scott North Queensland Cowboys)
Cameron Smith c) Melbourne Storm)
Johnathan Thurston North Queensland Cowboys)
Sam Thaiday Brisbane Broncos)
New South Wales v Queensland
State of Origin, for all of its plusses and minuses is a must watch for any Rugby League fan and that is exactly what you can do via Bet365.com and their incredible live streaming service.
Game 3 of a State of Origin series should be the decider of that year’s event, with both teams going hell for leather to claim the title as the best State but it doesn’t often go that way as the mighty Queensland Maroons tend to dominate and that is exactly what has happened this year as the Maroons have already wrapped up the series after winning the opening 2 matches but the god news is that no team ever goes into any State of Origin match without giving 100% and you can watch all of the action online, .
The NSW Blues staged the first match of the series and in truth it was a disappointing timid affair as the match finished 4-6 but then the series came to light in the second match as the Marrons won 26-16 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
New South Wales have made plenty of changes to their squad with James Tedesco, Wade Graham and Josh Dugan all getting their chance. Tedesco replaces Matt Moylan at full back, Josh Dugan replaces the injured Dylan Walker and Wade Graham gets his first opportunity at this level, with Greg Bird dropping out. Adam Reynolds also misses out after picking up an injury in the build-up.
The Queensland Marron give the bulk of the squad that has won the series for them another opportunity to impress although Gavin Cooper is set to make his Origin debut after Nate Myles has picked up an injury.
Pride is a huge thing with State of origin and is the main motivator so despite the series been wrapped up there is still plenty to play for. With some of the pressure off both sides we expect this to be a high scoring match which plays into the hands of the Maroons as they have the better attacking threats and more of them.
Whilst we are going to back the Marrons to pick up the clean sweep, the Blues do come into the match the extra motivation of winning in front of their fans so it should still be a competitive match that will be well worth watching.
Our Prediction: Queensland by 12
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