Rugby League World Cup 2013

November 30, 2013 by  

Rugby League World Cup 2013, In what’s likely to be the biggest clash of 2013, the Rugby League World Cup reaches its close this weekend with two of the globe’s titans, New Zealand and Australia, rounding off matters.

The Southern Hemisphere duo have both been in extraordinary form over the last month, showcasing what talent the NRL has to offer with their thriving rosters.

The Kiwis are hoping that they’ll be able to repeat the heroics of 2008 by staging back-to-back final triumphs over Tim Sheens and his men, but the Kangaroos will be all too aware of that danger this time around.

In a bid to tie up a 10th World Cup title, Australia head into this encounter as the firm favourites to come out on top, but will they live up to the hype in this trans-Tasman encounter?

Date: Saturday, Nov. 30

Time: 2:30 p.m. local time (GMT)/9:30 a.m. ET

Viewing Info: BBC One

Live Stream: BBC Sport website

Australia Strength: Mentality

Aside from breaking down all the physical, tactical and strategical aspects of this match, at its very core lies a simple truth: Australia know how to win.

Yes, that trait was put to the test thanks to their shock loss to the Kiwis five years ago, but having been stung once, the same mistake isn’t likely to be made, especially not twice in a row.

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