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Round 19: Everything you need to know to tune in

As we close in on the finals it's time for the contenders to stand up and be counted in round 19 of the Telstra Premiership.

The round kicks off with the fourth-placed Eels hoping to overcome the absence of star half Mitch Moses to beat the Raiders on Thursday night.

The Raiders are one of eight sides still in the mix for the last two spots in the play-offs so they have plenty to play for as do the Dragons (7th) and Titans (11th) when they square off on Sunday at Cbus Super Stadium.

For the on-field action in round 19, NRL.com will have live match centres which include updates as they happen, in-match highlights and live audio coverage.

There have been changes to Telstra's Live pass in 2021. More information on the changes can be found here.

And if you have an Alexa-enabled device you can download the NRL skill at amazon.com.au.

For the individual matches, fans can follow the games here (all times AEDT):

Round 19

Thursday, July 22 – Eels vs Raiders – Cbus Super Stadium 7.50pm AEST

  • Nine (Sydney/Brisbane), GEM (Melbourne/Adelaide/Perth)
  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • 9Now
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M Sydney/Brisbane, NRL Nation

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • Fox US (FS2)
  • Sky Sports Mix 
  • Fiji Broadcast
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • Fox Sports Asia
  • Canada
  • Cook Islands
  • Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions)

 

Friday, July 23 – Roosters vs Knights – Sunshine Coast Stadium 6pm AEST

  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M Sydney/Brisbane, NRL Nation

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • Digital Tonga
  • Fox US (FS2)
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions)

 

Friday, July 23 – Cowboys vs Storm – Queensland Country Bank Stadium 7.55pm AEST

  • Nine (Sydney/Brisbane), GEM (Melbourne/Adelaide/Perth)
  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • 9Now
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M (FNQ Only), 2GB, 4BC

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • Fox US (FS2)
  • Sky Sports Mix 
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • Canada
  • Cook Islands
  • Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions)

 

Saturday, July 24 – Rabbitohs vs Warriors – Sunshine Coast Stadium 3pm AEST

  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M Sydney/Brisbane, NRL Nation
  • (or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions)

 

Saturday, July 24 – Sea Eagles vs Wests Tigers – Suncorp Stadium 5.30pm AEST

  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, 2GB, 4BC

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • Digital Tonga
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Fox Sports Asia 
  • Canada
  • Cook Islands
  • Sky Sports Mix & Main Event

 

Saturday, July 24 – Panthers vs Broncos – Suncorp Stadium 7:35pm AEST

  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M Brisbane, 2GB, 4BC

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • Fiji Broadcast
  • Fox Sports Asia
  • Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions)

 

Sunday, July 25 – Dragons vs Titans – Cbus Super Stadium 1.50pm AEST

  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M Gold Coast, 2GB, 4BC

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)

 

Sunday, July 25 – Bulldogs vs Sharks – Cbus Super Stadium 4.05pm AEST

  • Nine (Sydney/Brisbane), GEM (Melbourne/Adelaide/Perth)
  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • Kayo Sports
  • 9now
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M Sydney/Brisbane

(or via the Match Centre in NRL App or NRL.COM)

International Coverage:

  • WatchNRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific Regions
  • TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea)
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Fox Sports Asia

QRL Intrust Super Cup

One Saturday Intrust Super Cup match each weekend will be streamed live and free exclusively on Kayo Freebies.

This Saturday on Kayo Freebies Wynnum Manly Seagulls vs Northern Pride at 2pm (AEST).

Fans can access Kayo Freebies by downloading the Kayo Sports app or visiting kayosports.com.au/freebies and registering for an account. Kayo Freebies are free and no credit card details are required to register and start streaming.

Intrust Super Sundays will also be available on a variety of platforms including app as well as on the NRL Network.