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Round 25: Everything you need to know to tune in

The final regular season round of the Telstra Premiership has arrived and there's plenty to play for with the minor premiership and the last spot in the eight still up for grabs.

The Raiders and Roosters kick off round 25 on Thursday night and a win for Ricky Stuart's men will see them climb into eighth spot - at least for 24 hours until the Sharks play the Storm at Cbus Super Stadium. A win for Cronulla over the premiers will ensure they grab the last finals berth while the can wrap up top spot with a victory.

Should Melbourne be beaten, the Panthers can secure the minor premiership for a second consecutive year by downing the Eels on Saturday night.

For the on-field action in round 25, NRL.com will have live match centres which include updates as they happen, in-match highlights and live audio coverage.

The NRL Daily Briefing news podcast is now available on Apple Podcasts. It can also be downloaded on Google Podcasts.

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

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

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

Round 25

Thursday, September 2 - Raiders vs Roosters – BB Print Stadium, Mackay 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)
  • Sky UK (Sky Sports Arena SD)
  • Fox US (FS2)
  • Fox Sports Asia
  • Rogers Canada
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Cook Islands

 

Friday, September 3 – Sharks vs Storm Cbus Super 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)
  • Sky UK (Sky Sports Arena SD)
  • Fox US (Fox Soccer Plus)
  • Fiji Broadcast

 

Friday, September 3 – Eels vs Panthers – Cbus Super Stadium 8.05pm AEST

  • Nine (Sydney/Brisbane), GEM (Melbourne/Adelaide/Perth)
  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • 9Now
  • 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)
  • Sky UK (Sky Sports Arena SD)
  • Fox Sports Asia
  • Fiji Broadcast
  • Rogers Canada
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Fox US (Fox Soccer Plus)

 

Saturday, September 4 – Broncos vs Knights – Suncorp Stadium 3pm AEST

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

 

Saturday, September 4 –  Cowboys vs Sea Eagles – Queensland Country Bank Stadium 5.30pm AEST

  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • 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)
  • Digital Tonga

 

Saturday, September 4 –  Rabbitohs vs Dragons – Sunshine Coast Stadium 7:35pm AEST

  • Nine (Sydney/Brisbane), GEM (Melbourne/Adelaide/Perth)
  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • 9Now
  • 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)
  • Rogers Canada
  • Fox Netherlands
  • ESPN Africa
  • BeIN Sports (France)

 

Sunday, September 5 – Titans vs Warriors – Cbus Super Stadium 2pm AEST

  • Foxtel – Fox League (nationally)
  • Sky Sport 4 (New Zealand)
  • Kayo Sports
  • Radio: ABC, Triple M (Gold Coast 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)
  • BeIN Sports (France)
  • Cook Islands

 

Sunday, September 5 – Wests Tigers vs Bulldogs – Moreton Daily 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, 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 Sports Asia
  • Digital Tonga

 

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 Tweed Seagulls vs Townsville Blackhawks 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.