It’s time when the rugby fans will be rooting for their favorite team at the state of Origin 2020. Fans all over the world will bust out the maroon and blue. State of origin is perhaps the greatest sporting rivalry in Australia as the New South Wales take on Queensland in a battle for supremacy. It is going to be an exciting prospect and we are eager to see which of the two teams will come out on top.
State of Origin: Game 3
Time: 8.10 PM AEST
Venue: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Date: 18th November 2020
The match will be held on the 18th of November 2020and it will be the series decider. The venue for the final Rugby match of the state of origin is the Sky Sports Arena and will start at 9:05 Am on Wednesday. This will be the 21st time in the 40 years of history of the event that has come down to the final match. In 2019 it was the Blues who were victorious but as per history, the Maroons are the favorites. Now let’s take a look at how to watch the State of Origin 2020 online?
Watch the 2020 State of Origin live online streaming Reddit Channels?
Every match of the 2020 state of Origin is available to watch over free to air channel. The match can also be watched on live streaming channels.
We have tested a lot of channels and prepared a list of some of the best avenues to watch the 2020 State of Origin live.
2020 State of Origin Live Stream Reddit.
Reddit is the one platform to which lots of users are shifting, it is gaining popularity as it is a free platform and the picture quality is excellent. There are a lot of links that are displayed when searched with a particular keyword. All you have to do is choose the links wisely which are free of treats and watch the 2020 State of Origin.
1. Channel 9: Official channel
This is the official channel to watch the 2020 State of Origin. Channel nine will telecast the final match exclusively for free. If you want to watch the series decider the 9HD is the channel you should tune into.
The channel is available in HD quality and can also be watched on mobile devices by downloading from the App Store and Google Play.
2. Kayo Sports.
Watch the final match of the 2020 State of Origin on Kayo Sports if you are living in Australia. The channel is dedicated to sports and also telecast the live coverage of other sports such as NRL Premiership season. You can also watch the cricket matches on Kayo Sports.
Kayo sports has two packages to select from, the basic plan which offers streaming on two devices at a time. This plan has no lock-in contract. You can upgrade the package to a premium package by paying an extra $10 per month.
3. Fubo TV
Next on the list is the sports dedicated channel the Fubo TV. Nowadays the channel offers a single bundle which is the Fubo and it costs $54.99, you can choose it as it has a number of channels.
Fubo TV gives its users up to 30 hours of space to record their favorite programs. It can be increased to 500 hours of space by paying $9.99 monthly. Programs can be watched on two devices at a time and a third device can be added for a charge of $5.99 a month.
4. Direct TV now
Finally, we have Direct TV with which you can watch the 2020 State of Origin. Direct TV has a lot of channels to choose from. The two main bundles plus costing $50 a month and the Max costing $ 70 a month along with five others that you can choose from.
Direct TV offers 20 hours of storage space and you can’t upgrade it. Streaming can be done on two devices at a time and a third device can be added for $5 a month.
Teams for State of Origin Game 3
New South Wales Blues
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Pts||Club|
|Wing||Josh Addo-Carr||28 July 1995||6||16||Melbourne Storm|
|Lock||Nathan Brown||1 March 1993||0||0||Parramatta Eels|
|Prop||Reagan Campbell-Gillard||27 July 1993||1||0||Parramatta Eels|
|Halfback||Nathan Cleary||14 November 1997||5||14||Penrith Panthers|
|Hooker||Damien Cook||23 June 1991||6||4||South Sydney Rabbitohs|
|Second-row||Boyd Cordner (c)||9 June 1992||15||8||Sydney Roosters|
|Wing||Nick Cotric||18 November 1998||1||0||Canberra Raiders|
|Second-row||Angus Crichton||18 November 1998||4||0||Sydney Roosters|
|Centre||Stephen Crichton||22 September 2000||0||0||Penrith Panthers|
|Lock||Dale Finucane||7 September 1991||2||0||Melbourne Storm|
|Second-row||Tyson Frizell||9 October 1991||11||12||St George Illawarra Dragons|
|Fullback||Clinton Gutherson||9 September 1994||0||0||Parramatta Eels|
|Prop||Payne Haas||2 December 1999||1||0||Brisbane Broncos|
|Five-eighth||Luke Keary||3 February 1992||0||0||Sydney Roosters|
|Centre||Zac Lomax1||24 September 1999||0||0||St George Illawarra Dragons|
|Five-eighth||Jarome Luai||16 January 1997||0||0||Penrith Panthers|
|Hooker||Cameron McInnes||1 February 1994||0||0||St George Illawarra Dragons|
|Lock||Cameron Murray||16 January 1998||3||0||South Sydney Rabbitohs|
|Fullback||Ryan Papenhuyzen||10 June 1998||0||0||Melbourne Storm|
|Prop||Junior Paulo||20 November 1993||0||0||Parramatta Eels|
|Prop||Daniel Saifiti||1 May 1996||2||0||Newcastle Knights|
|Fullback||James Tedesco||8 January 1993||10||20||Sydney Roosters|
|Lock||Jake Trbojevic||18 February 1994||9||4||Manly Warringah Sea Eagles|
|Wing||Daniel Tupou||17 June 1991||4||0||Sydney Roosters|
|Five-eighth||Cody Walker||10 January 1990||1||0||South Sydney Rabbitohs|
|Five-eighth||Jack Wighton||4 February 1993||3||0||Canberra Raiders|
|Lock||Isaah Yeo||6 November 1994||0||0||Penrith Panthers|
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Pts||Club|
|Fullback||Corey Allan||19 April 1998||0||0||South Sydney Rabbitohs|
|Lock||Jai Arrow||12 July 1995||4||0||Gold Coast Titans|
|Fullback||AJ Brimson||9 September 1998||0||0||Gold Coast Titans|
|Second-row||Kurt Capewell||12 July 1993||0||0||Penrith Panthers|
|Lock||Patrick Carrigan||1 January 1998||0||0||Brisbane Broncos|
|Halfback||Daly Cherry-Evans (c)||20 February 1989||10||4||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles|
|Wing||Xavier Coates||12 March 2001||0||0||Brisbane Broncos|
|Prop||Lindsay Collins||17 April 1996||0||0||Sydney Roosters|
|Lock||Tino Fa’asuamaleaui||16 February 2000||0||0||Melbourne Storm|
|Prop||Moeaki Fotuaika||16 November 1999||0||0||Gold Coast Titans|
|Hooker||Jake Friend||4 February 1990||0||0||Sydney Roosters|
|Wing||Dane Gagai||3 January 1991||13||44||South Sydney Rabbitohs|
|Hooker||Harry Grant||17 February 1998||0||0||Melbourne Storm|
|Second-row||Coen Hess||14 August 1996||5||0||North Queensland Cowboys|
|Fullback||Valentine Holmes||24 July 1995||5||44||North Queensland Cowboys|
|Halfback||Ben Hunt||27 March 1990||7||0||St George Illawarra Dragons|
|Wing||Hymel Hunt||14 November 1993||0||0||Newcastle Knights|
|Second-row||Felise Kaufusi||19 May 1992||6||4||Melbourne Storm|
|Prop||Josh Kerr||11 February 1996||0||0||St George Illawarra Dragons|
|Centre||Brenko Lee||10 October 1995||0||0||Melbourne Storm|
|Wing||Edrick Lee||18 September 1992||0||0||Newcastle Knights|
|Prop||Dunamis Lui||16 February 1990||0||0||Canberra Raiders|
|Five-eighth||Cameron Munster||13 September 1994||7||0||Melbourne Storm|
|Prop||Josh Papalii||13 May 1992||15||8||Canberra Raiders|
|Wing||Phillip Sami||2 August 1997||0||0||Gold Coast Titans|
|Second-row||Jaydn Su’A||23 October 1997||0||0||South Sydney Rabbitohs|
|Prop||Christian Welch||19 July 1994||1||0||Melbourne Storm|