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State Of Origin Live stream 2023: Where To Watch Maroons Vs Blues NRL Game 1 For Free

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State Of Origin Live stream 2023: Where To Watch Maroons Vs Blues NRL Game 1 For Free

In this article, you will get all information regarding the 2023 Ampol State of Origin games I, II & III including live streaming options from Australia as well around the world without cable, neither VPN.

Maroons Vs Blues NRL
Maroons Vs Blues NRL

The highly anticipated 2023 Ampol State of Origin Series returns, reigniting Australia's most intense sporting rivalry. Commencing on Wednesday, 31 May at Adelaide Oval, this year's competition promises thrilling action and fierce competition.

Watch State of Origin 2023 Game 1 Live from anywhere

Following their impressive display in 2022, where the Maroons emerged victorious and recaptured the coveted shield, the Blues are determined to prevent Queensland from securing a consecutive series win. Building upon the unforgettable Game III of the previous year, which etched itself into the annals of State of Origin history, the upcoming 2023 series is poised to surpass all expectations, making it the grandest showdown yet.

In this article, you will get all information regarding the 2023 Ampol State of Origin games I, II & III including live streaming options from Australia as well around the world without cable, neither VPN.

When and where is the State of Origin 2023?


Game I — Wednesday, May 31

Adelaide Oval, SA

Game II — Wednesday, June 21

Suncorp Stadium, QLD

Game III — Wednesday, July 12

Stadium Australia, NSW

TV Channel: Channel 9 (AU)

Live Stream anywhere: PremiumTV OTT

State of Origin 2023 Game 1

The highly anticipated State of Origin 2023, Game 1, will take place on Wednesday, May 31, at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide. It marks the second time in 2023 that Origin returns to the City of Churches.

In the previous Game 1 held at Adelaide Oval in 2020, Queensland paved the way for their remarkable series victory with a hard-fought four-point win, defying the odds.

Watch Ampol State of Origin 2023 live in Australia, NZ, USA, Canada, and anywhere.

The heading looks interesting, huh? Unfortunately, the Ampol State of Origin (NRL Rugby) is not legally free anywhere. Channel 9 has secured exclusive broadcasting rights for all three State of Origin matches in 2023. While pre-match coverage is usually shared between Channel 9 and Fox Sports, the actual games will only be televised by Channel 9.

For online viewers, 9Now will be streaming all the live action of the State of Origin matches.

In addition, viewers can watch the State of Origin 2023 live stream games I, II, and III via PremiumTV OTT from anywhere without any hassle of VPN and monthly long-term subscription.

Click here to watch State of Origin Game 1 live stream online from Australia, New Zealand, the UK, the USA, and Canada plus 120 countries around the world.

State of Origin 2023 Game 2

NSW will face QLD in their 2nd match on Wednesday, June 21 - at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane.

Suncorp Stadium stands as the venue with the highest number of State of Origin clashes, having hosted 59 games. Queensland has emerged victorious in 38 of those encounters.

In the previous year's series, the Maroons secured the title with a 22-12 triumph in the decider held at Suncorp Stadium.

State of Origin 2023 Game 3

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, July 12, as Accor Stadium in Sydney prepares to host Game 3 of the State of Origin series. This marks the first time since 2019 that Sydney will be the venue for this crucial match.

With a history of 30 State of Origin clashes at the venue, the Blues have enjoyed success, emerging victorious on 19 occasions.

2023 State of Origin Game 1 team update

Queensland Maroons

Queensland remains unchanged, sticking to their original lineup as planned. The only new addition is fullback Reece Walsh, who will make his debut under the guidance of coach Billy Slater. Walsh has been given the starting position over Kalyn Ponga. Meanwhile, David Fifita from the Titans, who last played in Game 2 of 2021, is set to make his return and is likely to team up with Cameron Munster on the left edge second row, while Thomas Gilbert will occupy the right side. Ben Hunt will take up the hooker position, with Harry Grant, the star player from the Storm, coming off the bench, following the successful strategy employed last year. Leading the team will be Daly Cherry-Evans, who will be playing his 20th Origin match.

New South Wales Blues

The New South Wales team received a setback on Monday as star center Latrell Mitchell was ruled out due to a calf strain sustained during training. Stephen Crichton will step in to fill Mitchell's place in the starting lineup, while Matt Burton takes on the role of the 18th Man. Despite usually playing on the right edge together at club level, Crichton is expected to form a partnership with Panthers teammate Brian To'o on the left edge for the Blues.

The inclusion of Nicho Hynes in the interchange list has garnered attention, as the reigning Dally M medallist brings versatility to the team. Hynes is capable of playing in the halves, at fullback, or in a roaming role, making his involvement in Game 1 an intriguing prospect. Api Koroisau is the sole recognized hooker in the squad and is likely to see significant playing time.

TEAMS FOR ORIGIN I Predicted Players:

NSW Team

1. James Tedesco (c)

2. Brian To’o

3. Stephen Crichton

4. Tom Trbojevic

5. Josh Addo-Carr

6. Jarome Luai

7. Nathan Cleary

8. Tevita Pangai Junior

9. Apisai Koroisau

10. Payne Haas

11. Tyson Frizell

12. Hudson Young

13. Isaah Yeo

14. Junior Paulo

15. Cameron Murray

16. Liam Martin

17. Nicho Hynes

18. Matt Burton

19. Stefano Utoikamanu

QLD Team

1. Reece Walsh

2. Selwyn Cobbo

3. Valentine Holmes

4. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow

5. Murray Taulagi

6. Cameron Munster

7. Daly Cherry-Evans (c)

8. Thomas Flegler

9. Ben Hunt

10. Lindsay Collins

11. Tom Gilbert

12. David Fifita

13. Patrick Carrigan

14. Harry Grant

15. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui

16. Reuben Cotter

17. Jai Arrow

18. Tom Dearden

19. Christian Welch

Coach: Billy Slater



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