Rugby World Cup: England v Papua New Guinea

England are preparing for a quarter-final clash against Papua New Guinea at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup this weekend

England’s path to the quarter-finals saw the league side finish with a perfect group stage record, beating France, Samoa and newcomers Greece to finish with a maximum of six points. One of the highlights of England’s group campaign came after the team crushed Greece 94-4executed in 16 trials in the process

Papua New Guinea finished second in their group, finishing behind a very strong Tonga side with one of PNG’s strengths in the campaign coming from a 36-0 win against Wales. Papua New Guinea ran in six tries, all converted from the Leeds Rhino player’s boot Rhyse Martin.

The winner of the quarter-final in Wigan will face winners Tonga against Western Samoa in the semi-final, with the other side of the tournament draw seeing New Zealand take on Fiji and Australia advance to the semi-final after beat Lebanon. Friday night. This installment could also see two of the giants of world rugby go head-to-head should New Zealand and Australia win their respective games.

The match at DW Stadium is part of a double header, as fans in attendance will also be able to watch the Women’s Rugby World Cup pool match between England and Canada. But for those of us who are not present, is there a way to watch the quarter-final on television?

How to watch England v Papua New Guinea in the 2021 RLWC Quarter-Final?

The BBC broadcast the entire tournament either on its television channels or via streaming via the BBC iPlayer. As a match of this magnitude unfolds, the broadcaster has decided to show the match live and uninterrupted on BBC One and the BBC iPlayer from 2 p.m. on Saturday (November 5).

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