Watch Free ANZAC Test Rugby Live Streaming 2015 Australia Kangaroos vs New Zealand Kiwis Rugby Online Free 03 May Sunday 2015. 2015 ANZAC Test Kangaroos vs Kiwis Match Will be kick of at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, Time 20:00 (AEDT), Kangaroos vs Kiwis ANZAc Test Match broadcast on BBC, Espn, Fox Sports,Online Channels,Sky Sports and online.
Match: Australia Kangaroos vs New Zealand Kiwis
Date: 03 May 2015
Stadium: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Competition: ANZAC Test Rugby
Kickoff time: 20: 00 (AEDT)
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The Anzac Test is an annual rugby league football test match (known as the Bundaberg Rum Test from 2004–2008 and the VB Test in 2009 for sponsorship reasons). Inaugurated in 1997,the test is played annually between Australia and New Zealand on or around Anzac Day for the Bill Kelly Memorial Trophy.
Five matches played over 10 hours with close to 60 of rugby league’s brightest talent chasing a prized representative jumper.
Against the emotive backdrop of the ANZAC Centenary celebrations, more than 100,000 supporters are expected to attend an unprecedented five NRL matches in one day.
The footy marathon next Saturday will begin at midday in Auckland with the Warriors hosting the Gold Coast.
A further four matches will then be played until 10pm featuring: Newcastle v North Queensland, Sydney Roosters v St George-Illawarra, Melbourne v Manly and lastly Brisbane v Parramatta.
And as if ANZAC Day required any further meaning, it represents a final 80-minutes for players to earn either an Australian, New Zealand, City or Country Origin jersey with all four representative teams to be chosen next Sunday.
Australian coach Tim Sheens, New Zealand coach Stephen Kearney, City coach Brad Fittler and Country coach Trent Barrett have identified a host of players who are in the running for Test and City-Country Origin selection providing they escape unscathed on ANZAC Day including:
* Born-again Gold Coast flyer James Roberts, who is in line for a City Origin jumper against the New Zealand Warriors where rival half-back Chad Townsend, is also on Fittler’s radar as City’s half-back.
* Country Origin contender from St George-Illawarra Joel Thompson, who is being touted as NSW Blues bolter, up against Sydney Roosters backrower and NSW incumbent Boyd Cordner at Allianz Stadium
* Test hopeful Justin Hodges needing to play against Parramatta at Suncorp Stadium to be any chance of selection for Australia with St George-Illawarra’s Josh Dugan and South Sydney’s Dylan Walker his replacement options
* Manly’s Kieran Foran, who is battling a hamstring injury, must play against Melbourne at AAMI Park or risk losing his New Zealand jumper to the previously unwanted Benji Marshall.
Coaches and selectors face a logistical exercise to analyse all five matches before finalising their squads.
Sheens is planning to attend one of the five matches while watching the remaining four games on TV.
Barrett will target search the players on his radar for a Country jumper through statistical provider ProZone while Fittler will juggle his Channel Nine commentary commitments with analysing all five matches.
The Sunday Telegraph spoke to Test coach Tim Sheens, who is sweating on the fitness of Brisbane Hodges (hamstring) and Canterbury’s Josh Morris (ankle) after they both played little or no role in their respective club matches last Friday night.
Sheens holds the record for the most amount of games coached in rugby league premiership history.
But even the Australian Test coach admits he’ll be nervous next Saturday.
“You always get nervous,’’ Sheens said.
“The only the thing about experience is that you learn to handle it.
“Justin Hodges not finishing last night has thrown another spanner in the works, so next weekend is a big weekend.
“And Josh too, that’s another one that we’ll have a look at. I’ve heard it’s not overly serious, but still missing a game two weeks out isn’t ideal. We’ll make inquiries with Canterbury about it.’’
NRL head of football Todd Greenberg said next Saturday would prove a special moment for the entire game.
“Effectively, it’s a national foot print on the national day.
“It’s a significant scheduling challenge that we face, but for rugby league fans next weekend it’s a fantastic day of football to mark what is a special occasion in the country’s history.’’