How to watch Cronulla Sharks vs New Zealand Warriors NRL live and free
The Warriors must win against Cronulla on Sunday to keep their finals hopes alive. This is how you can watch.
After spending almost the entire season away from home, sacking their coach and having to rely on loan players, nobody would've predicted the Warriors would still be in contention for finals football. However, under caretaker coach Todd Payten the Warriors have turned it around.
This weekend the 10th-placed Warriors' destiny will be determined when they clash with the 8th-placed Sharks. A win and they keep the dream alive, while a loss would guarantee they won't be in the finals.
When is Sharks vs Warriors?
Cronulla vs Warriors closes out round 18 of the NRL. Kick-off is scheduled for 5:30pm AEST on Sunday 13 September from Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.
How to watch Sharks vs Warriors
This enormous showdown is live and exclusive to Fox League. That means you need a subscription to either Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports. If you aren't sure which is best for you we've put Kayo and Foxtel head to head, but spoiler alert Kayo comes out on top. You can see a full breakdown of NRL broadcasters here.
Stream Sharks vs Warriors on Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports has every single NRL game live and in HD, which is good news for Warriors fans as they have zero matches on Channel 9. Kayo is the cheapest way to get Fox Sports and offers a 14-day free trial for new users.
A subscription costs either $25/month or $35/month with the more expensive option allowing you to stream 3 screens at once rather than 2 devices. Kayo also has several special features. You can watch four different programs or sports at once using SplitView. There's also Kayo Minis, No Spoilers, Key Moments and more.
You can watch Kayo via Mac, PCs, iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV, Sony Bravia TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later). For more information see our Kayo Sports review.
Who will win Cronulla vs New Zealand?
Cronulla boast a record of six wins from their last seven matches against the Warriors. On top of that the Sharks have recorded nine victories against bottom eight teams with just two losses. On the other hand the Warriors record against top 8 teams is abysmal recording just 1 win from 10 attempts against them.
Though with all that said you might need to throw those stats out the window come Sunday as predicting how either of these teams will perform this year has been challenging. Just look at the last fortnight. The Warriors smashed the Knights 36-6, the only top 8 team they've defeated. The Knights then proceeded to bounce back the following week against Cronulla with a 38-10 drubbing.
We'll be opting for Warriors captain and fullback Roger Tuivasa-Shecka to lead the Kiwi side to victory by the narrowest of margins.
Image source: Kayo Sports website
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