Australia Rugby League
Australia Rugby League

United States Rugby League

By Richard Cowley, Date: 16/11/13

Teams: Australia v United States

Venue: Glyndwr University Racecourse Ground, Wrexham, Wales. Capacity 10,500

Date: Saturday 16th November 2013

Kick-off time: 1pm (Local Time)

Sydney (Australia – New South Wales) Midnight between Saturday, 16 November 2013 and Sunday, 17 November 2013

Brisbane (Australia – Queensland) Saturday, 16 November 2013 at 11:00:00 PM

New York (U.S.A. – New York) Saturday, 16 November 2013 at 8:00:00 AM

London (United Kingdom – England) Saturday, 16 November 2013 at 1:00:00 PM

2013 RLWC TV viewing information: Channel Seven will broadcast all RLWC2013 matches live in Australia on the 7mate channel. In the UK the BBC will show all England games along with the RLWC Final while Premier Sports will broadcast all other RLWC games. The game will also be available via BBC radio Sports Extra available on the Internet

Overview: Australia started their tournament with much expectation. The Kangaroos came to this World Cup to reclaim their mantel as the number one rugby league team in the World. After getting over England in the opening game Australia have sailed past Fiji and Ireland. It’s business time for Australia and they will be looking to pile on the points in this match.

The United States who have even had the Wiggles write a song about their efforts at this World Cup will have their hardest game yet when the come up against Australia. The Tomahawks beat Cook Islands and Wales. Their fairytale ended when they lost the game against Scotland. Some would argue that the USA had one eye on this quarter final match with Australia. Unless Australia get struck by lightning this will be the last match for the Tomahawks who have already done the USA proud to get this far.

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2013 Australia v United States teams

Australian team to take on USA

Greg Bird

Darius Boyd

Daly Cherry-Evans

Cameron Smith

Boyd Cordner

Cooper Cronk

Paul Gallen

Andrew Fifita

Jarryd Hayne

Greg Inglis

Brett Morris

Nate Myles

Josh Papalii

Corey Parker

Matt Scott

Billy Slater

James Tamou

Sam Thaiday

Johnathan Thurston


USA team to take on Australia

Mark Cantoni

Bureta Faraimo

Kristian Freed

Michael Garvey

Roman Hifo

Danny Howard

Stephen Howard

Joel Luani

Clint Newton

Mark Offerdahl

Joseph Paulo

Matt Petersen

Eddy Pettybourne

Craig Priestly

Tui Samoa

Matt Shipway

Les Soloai

Loto Tagaloa

Taylor Welch