Watch NRL Super Saturday Warriors vs Raiders, Roosters vs Sea Eagles and Sharks vs Storm live
There are some heavy hitters on round two of NRL's Super Saturday and none of them are on free-to-air. This is how to watch.
Coronavirus has halted most sports across the globe, but the NRL is continuing on behind closed doors. This week the Warriors vs Raiders, Roosters vs Sea Eagles and Sharks vs Storm headline FOX LEAGUE's NRL Super Saturday.
When do these teams play?
- Warriors vs Raiders, 3:00pm AEDT, 21 March, Cbus Super Stadium*
- Roosters vs Sea Eagles, 5:30pm AEDT, 21 March, Leichhardt Oval*
- Sharks vs Storm, 7:35pm AEDT, 21 March, Netstrata Jubilee Stadium
How to watch NRL Super Saturday
As mentioned, all Saturday NRL fixtures through until round 21 are exclusive to FOX LEAGUE, with the exception of Anzac Day. You can see the NRL free-to-air breakdown here. FOX LEAGUE is available on Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports.
Of those options, Kayo is the best and most cost-effective.
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How to watch NRL Super Saturday on Kayo
Kayo Sports has every match of the NRL regular season live and in HD, including all three games on Super Saturday. You can see a full breakdown of the 2020 broadcast schedule here and there is also a 14-day free trial.
Many of the more than 50 sports Kayo offers are currently on hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, apart from NRL, AFL and the A-League. But there's an enormous catalogue of other content to help you pass the time including ESPN 30 for 30 and other documentaries, plus classic matches from various sports.
After the trial period, a Kayo subscription is $25/month to watch on 2 screens at the same time or $35/month to enjoy 3 screens. You can check it all out in our Kayo Sports review.
Kayo also has a wide range of special features. SplitView lets you watch four sports at once on the same screen. Interactive Stats, No Spoilers, Key Moments and choose your own camera are also among the options.
It is compatible with Macs and PCs, plus iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV, Sony Bravia TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later).
Warriors vs Raiders preview
This match has been relocated to Cbus Super Stadium on the Gold Coast as the Warriors remain in Australia. That's so the NRL can continue its best efforts to avoid the competition being impacted by quarantine and travel bans. In perhaps some good news for the Warriors, there will be no fans at the game. So there won't be a home ground advantage for either side.
Last week the Warriors were thoroughly beaten by the Knights. The Raiders meanwhile got the job done without any problems against the Titans. If the Warriors put in the same effort as last week and the Raiders actually play footy for the full 80 minutes, it could spell trouble for Warriors fans.
Roosters vs Sea Eagles preview
This is another game that has been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Originally scheduled for Central Coast Stadium, it was moved to Leichhardt Oval to help ensure the welfare of all players and staff.
Coming off an opening-round loss to Penrith, the Roosters will be keen to make sure they open their account against Manly. Likewise for the Sea Eagles, a round one loss to Melbourne puts them in danger of an 0-2 start.
Prior to coronavirus being upgraded to a pandemic, Finder had the opportunity to interview Roosters star Luke Keary and ask him what it would be like to play behind closed doors. "They've gotta do what they've gotta do. I've seen some of the soccer games are starting to be played (without fans)," Keary said prior to round one. "
I don't think it'll affect (the way we play). It might. It's probably a fair point." He also said to watch out for "Victor Radley (getting caught on audio smack talking), he's off his head."
Sharks vs Storm preview
The Sharks were competitive against South Sydney last week. Only a conversion and a penalty goal split the two teams in a three-tries-apiece affair at ANZ Stadium. This is the first of 11 home games the Sharks will play in Kogarah while their Shark Park home is redeveloped.
Melbourne took until the second half to crank up the gears against Manly in week one. Three second-half tries were enough for an 18-4 victory for a Storm outfit that appears well placed to contend yet again in 2020.
Image source: Kayo Sports website
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