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NRL Daily is a half hour show focused exclusively on the daily happenings in the NRL, and will be available every weeknight in prime time on the, across the Telstra Network on mobile phones and the Telstra T-Box.

Daily Update - We run through the biggest stories and major headlines of the day from around the NRL.

Can Carney rebound? - Todd Carney was clearly nervous in Origin Game One. Will the New South Wales playmaker be back to his scintillating best in Game Two?

Ricky v Mal - As usual, there’s been a war of words between rival coaches Ricky Stewart and Mal Meninga in the lead-up to Game Two. But, who is right? Gibbsy, Freddy and Adrian Lam have the answer.

Were refs responsible? - Gibbsy is joined by Brad Fittler and Adrian Lam to discuss whether the referees were in any way responsible for the result in Origin Game One.

Kick the habit - The boys debate whether the Blues have the ammunition to score a try from open play that’s not the direct result of a kick.

Taylor’s starting impact - Will Queensland’s massive back rower Dave Taylor have an even bigger impact now that he’s in the starting line-up?

The Cronk conundrum - Cooper Cronk was unusually quiet in Game One, but will the Queensland champion be his old self again in Game Two?

Weather or not? - It’s been a wet few days in Sydney in the lead-up to Origin Game Two. Who will a damp track favour: New South Wales or Queensland?

No place like home - The Blues have the home ground advantage for Game Two. Will 84,000 screaming New South Welshmen be the deciding factor?

Who’s the underdog? - The Maroons are on the verge of a record seventh consecutive series victory, yet the Blues will probably start favourites. Should they? 

Final Predictions - John Gibbs, Brad Fittler and Adrian Lam predict the result, Man of the Match and post-match headlines for State of Origin Game Two.

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