How to watch State of Origin 2016 Game 2 online HD?

So here we provide you complete guide to watch State Of Origin live stream in HD quality. We have 3 game in the series. Get ready to watch State of Origin Game 2 live on 22nd June 2016. We provide you live coverage of the match here.

Queensland have dominated the series in recent years, winning nine out of the last 10, and after the painful 52-6 drubbing in last year’s decider, the Blues will be looking to make a statement.

Coach Laurie Daley has called up five debutants, but Queensland remain the huge favorites entering the series. Queensland are thought to be faster and more explosive than their opponents, but if the conditions are as tough as predicted, they will have to match their opponent in the kicking game. They’ll need Melbourne Storm star Cronk, one of the NRL’s most consistent half-backs―per Nine News Brisbane, even his team-mates admitted it would be difficult to beat the Blues without him.

New South Wales need to start the series off on the right foot after the debacle in last year’s decider, and given the weather forecast and Cronk’s possible absence, they’ll have their best chance at an upset on Wednesday.

State Of Origin 2016

State Of Origin Live Stream

The live streaming of Blues vs. Maroons – State of Origin 2016 Game 2 will be available through the official website of Fox. Check out the links below.

Link 1: Watch State Of Origin 2016 Live Stream here

The State of Origin remains one of Rugby League’s most exciting matchups, despite the one-sided nature of the series in recent years. Queensland have been unstoppable, losing just a single series since 2006, and Andrew Webster of the Sydney Morning Herald even fears for the future of the series if the Blues can’t put together a fine showing on Wednesday.

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State Of Origin 2016 Schedule, results, teams and updates

State of Origin 2016 starts from 1st June 2016 with Game 1. You can find complete schedule and updates of 2016 State Of Origin below. The 2016 Rugby League State of Origin Series is set to be the biggest yet. The NRL has release dates with the three games taking place on the 1st June (Origin I), 22nd June (Origin II) and 13th July (Origin III) 2016.

The great news for NSW rugby league fans is the 2016 State of Origin venues are locked in with home ground advantage falling to the Blues. New South Wales will host the first and third game of the 2016 Origin series. QLD will only host one game in 2016.

Channel 9 will broadcast the game live into NSW and QLD in Australia. The telecast will start from 7.30pm Australian Eastern Standard Time with Kick-off set for 8.15pm. Broadcast TV and Radio times for South Australia, Western Australia and Victoria will be released in 2016. Based on the previous year the following broadcasters will more than likely pick up the Broadcasting rights for 2016. You can find full teams for 2016 State of Origin here.

New South Wales vs Queensland

State Of Origin 2016 Schedule

We have got complete fixtures for State Of Origin 2016 here. You can find all 3 games time, date and venue below. First game won by Queensland and it’s time for the live coverage of Game 2 on 22nd June 2016.

Origin Game One: NSW lost to Queensland 4-6 – Wednesday, 1 Jun 2016, 8.00pm AEST – ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Origin Game Two: Queensland vs. NSW – Wednesday, 22 June 2016, 8.00pm AEST – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Origin Game Three: NSW vs Queensland – Wednesday 13 July 2016, 8.00pm AEST – ANZ Stadium, Sydney

State Of Origin 2016 Results:

Stay tuned for live results of 2nd and 3rd game of State Of Origin 2016 below.

Game 1 Result: Queensland beats NSW (4-6)

Game 2: TBA

Game 3: TBA

Stay tuned for more updates of State Of Origin 2016 Game 2 and 3 here.

Queensland vs New South Wales State of Origin Game 2 Preview and updates

Queensland will face New South Wales in the second game of State Of Origin 2016 on 22nd June. We provide you live updates of the game here. One of the most captivating rivalries in all of Australian sport resumes on Wednesday night as bitter rivals New South Wales and Queensland lock horns in the 35th State of Origin series.

There was a time when the two sides couldn’t be split – however Queensland’s unprecedented dominance over the last decade, which included a record eight straight series wins from 2006-2013, has seen the Maroons take a commanding 18-12 lead in the overall series won since 1982. NSW briefly recaptured the shield in 2014, but QLD swiftly returned to the winner’s circle last year, absolutely obliterating the Blues in the decider.

Queensland have been so stable and solid throughout the last decade, rarely tinkering with their team and keeping faith and showing loyalty to the players that have done the job previously. Six of their players from their 2006 triumph – Johnathan Thurston, Cameron Smith, Sam Thaiday, Nate Myles and Matt Scott – are all still running around for the Maroons today, while only one player from NSW – captain Paul Gallen – remains from that series a decade ago. NSW have chopped and changed their side every year and have so far failed to find a model of consistency in which to build a solid foundation. Their biggest problem area is obviously the halves, with coach Laurie Daley again opting for a brand new combination, selecting debutant Adam Reynolds and veteran James Maloney. [Read More on Rippa]


Queensland vs New South Wales teams

New South Wales Team

1. Matt Moylan, 2. Blake Ferguson, 3. Josh Dugan, 4. Michael Jennings, 5. Josh Mansour, 6. James Maloney. 7. Adam Reynolds, 8. Paul Gallen (C) 9. Robbie Farah, 10. Aaron Woods, 11. Boyd Cordner, 12. Josh Jackson, 13. Greg Bird. Intechange: 14. Dylan Walker, 15. David Klemmer, 16. Andrew Fifita, 17. James Tamou, 18. Tyson Frizell, 19. Josh Morris.

Queensland Team

1. Darius Boyd, 2. Corey Oates, 3. Greg Inglis, 4. Justin O’Neill, 5. Dane Gagai, 6. Johnathan Thurston, 7. Cooper Cronk, 8. Matt Scott, 9. Cameron Smith (c), 10. Nate Myles, 11. Matt Gillett, 12. Sam Thaiday, 13. Corey Parker. Interchange: 14. Michael Morgan, 15. Josh McGuire, 16. Aidan Guerra, 17. Josh Papalii.

Queensland vs New South Wales live stream/telecast channels

Fox and Channel 9 is having the official rights to stream the live coverage of the match.

Queensland vs New South Wales Game 2 Live stream

Telecast channel: Channel 9

Scoring points has long been a struggle for NSW – they simply don’t possess the creativity and spark to match that of Thurston and Cooper Cronk. Even when they won the series in 2014, the most points the Blues scored in the three games was 12. A Trent Hodkinson try and conversion was enough for them to win the series 6-4 in Game 2 on that occasion. As a result, pressure builds on their defence – if NSW leak too many points early, the game is virtually out of their reach before it really begins. Are Reynolds and Maloney really the answer for more points and creativity? The jury is out on that one. Defence is obviously paramount in terms of success for NSW.

State Of Origin Game 2 Live Stream channels

We have live preview of State Of Origin Game 2 here. Queensland have taken a stranglehold of the Origin series after bucking recent history to win 6-4 in Sydney, taking a 1-0 series lead back to Suncorp Stadium for game two. You can watch Game 2 State Of Origin live stream on 22nd June 2016.

Ironically it was a relatively simple missed goal from Adam Reynolds that separated the two sides at full-time, with the debutant, brought into the Blues side as much for his kicking prowess as anything else, unable to make it count.

It was a dour struggle, with the second half finishing scoreless after the Maroons went into the sheds at half-time with their noses in front through Dane Gagai’s 37th minute try.

Gagai’s try was one of the few times Queensland’s champion playmakers were able to link up and create some space for their outside men, with Cooper Cronk passing to Johnathan Thurston who held his delivery up for just long enough to commit an extra defender before hitting Darius Boyd, whose quick hands gave Gagai the room to finish off just inside the corner post on the right hand side.


State Of Origin Game 2 live stream

Viwers from different countries can watch Game 2 of State Of Origin online through the official website of ABC and Fox. Check out the links below

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State Of Origin Game 2 Quick preview

Let’s have a quick look at time, date and venue for Game 2 below.

Date: Friday 22. Jun, 2016
Venue: ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Time (AEST): 8:00pm
Telecast Channel: Nine

After 25 minutes it was Maloney who broke the Maroons open, running right to the line and isolating a backpedalling Cronk before a short ball put Boyd Cordner through a hole and over the try line.

It put the Blues in the lead 4-2 after Thurston had potted an early penalty goal but Reynolds was unable to convert from 15 metres inside the left touch line.

While Thurston also missed a sideline conversion after Gagai’s try, it was the Reynolds miss that hurt, with the Blues unable to add to their early score for the rest of the match.

The second half started similarly to the first, with Queensland dominating after getting handed field position by NSW mistakes.

Rookie fullback Matt Moylan looked shaky under the high ball all night, dropping the first kick of the second half to hand the Maroons a chance to extend their lead.

The Blues looked half asleep as Corey Parker very nearly slid away from three soft tacklers to get over the line, with the cover doing just enough to stop him. [Read More]