NRL Grand Final 2022 Live

NRL Grand Final 2022 Live: The Eels overcame the Cowboys in their preliminary final in a tight match, while the Panthers weathered an early onslaught from the Rabbitohs before running them down to win their preliminary final.

Although on paper the Panthers have dominated the 2022 season, the grand final probably won’t be such a one-sided affair. Even though the Panthers beat the Eels in the first week of the 2022 finals, the Eels were the only team to beat the Panthers twice during the regular season.

The Panthers are looking for back-to-back titles in their third grand final appearance in a row, while the Eels are hoping to break a 36-year premiership drought.

Watch the 2022 NRL grand final live

The 2022 NRL grand final of Panthers vs Eels is at 7:30pm AEDT on Sunday 2 October at Accor Stadium.

You can watch the 2022 NRL grand final live and free on TV on the Nine Network or via its streaming service 9Now.

Nine has exclusive rights to the grand final, so these are the only places you can watch the decider live.

You cannot watch the NRL grand final live on either Kayo Sports, Foxtel iQ or Foxtel Now. You will only be able to watch a replay of it on those services.

Stream the 2022 NRL grand final replay with Kayo Sports

Although Kayo Sports allows you to stream every game of the 2022 NRL season live, the 2022 NRL grand final isn’t available to stream live as it is exclusive to free-to-air, but a replay is shown on Kayo Sports right after full-time at 10:30pm AEDT.

Kayo Sports stands out from the crowd for its HD streaming quality and for some rather excellent sport-specific viewing features. These include SplitView (4 sports at once on the same screen), Interactive Stats, No Spoilers (hide scores mode), Key Moments (a timeline of important events in a game you can jump to), picture-in-picture mode and choose your own camera. You can see all of the details in our complete Kayo Sports review.

Watch 2022 NRL grand final replay on Foxtel iQ

As with Kayo, Foxtel iQ broadcasts every game of the 2022 season live, but the grand final is only available to view via replay. To tune in at 10:30pm AEDT on Fox League for the replay, you will need the Sports HD and Foxtel Plus packs, for a combined cost of $74 a month.

Stream 2022 NRL grand final replay on Foxtel Now

League fans can also stream a replay of the NRL grand final 2022 with Foxtel Now. To get Fox League, you will need the Sport pack as well as the base Essentials pack to access sports content. Consequently, you will pay a minimum of $54 a month.


NRL Grand Final Live

NRL Grand Final Live: Official team lists, updates and injury news for the 2022 Telstra Premiership Grand Final between the Penrith Panthers and Parramatta Eels. The Rabbitohs have suffered a massive blow with Alex Johnston ruled out of tomorrow’s preliminary final against Penrith with a hip flexor injury.

It means Richie Kennar will play just his second NRL match of the season on the left wing where he’ll go up against Panthers flyer Charlie Staines.

Johnston is one of the quickest players in the game but not even he and his 166 tries could win the race against the clock after he limped off during last week’s big win over Cronulla.

He did some light jogging at a fitness test during Friday’s captain’s run but didn’t do enough to convince coach Jason Demetriou that he could play.

In better news, Demetriou said back-rower Jai Arrow was “sweet” after overcoming a groin injury to take part in most of Friday’s session.

Johnston’s absence means Kennar will run out on the wing having not played a first grade game since Round 17 when he scored three tries against the Knights.

The 27-year-old has been in and out of the NRL since he debuted in 2015, but his coach has all the faith in the world that he can handle the occasion and provide strong carries coming out of trouble in greasy conditions at Accor Stadium.

I think the game suits him. It’s going to be physical, and physicality’s not AJ’s strength so it’s a bit of a win there.


NRL Grand Final Live

NRL Grand Final Live: The NRL grand final between the Penrith Panthers and Parramatta Eels kicks off at 7.30pm Sunday, October 2 at Sydney’s Accor Stadium. A thundering try from Brian To’o has inspired the Penrith Panthers to a 32-12 win and booked a date with the Parramatta Eels in an all-Western Sydney grand final next Sunday.

Falling behind 12-0 after a sluggish start, it was a brilliant solo try on the stroke of halftime from To’o that levelled the scores and in the end put Penrith on the path to another shot at the premiership.

The Panthers now join the Melbourne Storm and Sydney Roosters as the only two clubs to reach the Grand Final in three-straight seasons in the NRL era.

Early on though it looked like the Rabbitohs would continue their finals charge and exact revenge for last year’s defeat to Penrith in the decider despite pinpoint kicking from Nathan Cleary.

Cleary was terrorising South Sydney early with his kicking game and it looked to have set up the opening points of the game, albeit in unconventional fashion.

This time around Cleary sent it spiralling into the air and a wicked bounce saw Izack Tago run away to score.

The replays from the Bunker though went on to show Luai had held back Lachlan Ilias in the lead-up, seeing the try disallowed.

It proved to be a key early turning point as Souths went down the other end of the field and scored the opening try.


NRL Grand Final 2022

NRL Grand Final 2022: he NRL Grand Final is the biggest night of the year for Rugby League. The action for 2022 is taking place Sunday, 2 October at ANZ Stadium in Sydney. The Parramatta Eels could be in for a double premiership victory on Sunday when their men and women’s teams face the Penrith Panthers and Newcastle Knights at Sydney’s Accor Stadium.

It’s a chance for the men’s Eels team to end their 36-year premiership drought against the reigning champions and a grand final debut for both women’s teams.

How to get there

Those driving will need to pre-book parking ahead of the event to secure a spot or park at a nearby station commuter carpark and take public transport. Traffic will be heavier than usual on roads approaching the venue and can be monitored at.

Public transport fares are included in the ticket to the game. Express and limited-stop trains to Olympic Park will run frequently from the Central and Western Line stations, along with regular return services. Details on other public transport options and planning your trip can be found here.

Grand Final Day Schedule

Gates Open: 1pm
NRL State Championship Grand Final Kick Off: 1.30pm
Pre Game Entertainment: 3.20pm
NRLW Telstra Premiership Grand Final Kick Off: 3.55pm
Pre-Game Entertainment: 6.30pm
NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final Kick Off: 7.30pm

Pre-Game Entertainment

NRLW Grand Final (3.20pm): Mahalia Barnes, A.GIRL, Emma Donovan
NRL Grand Final (6.30pm): Jimmy Barnes, Diesel, Josh Teskey, Sheldon Riley, Emma Donovan
Bliss n Eso (featuring JOY.)

Penrith Panthers v Parramatta Eels

Regular season records
Panthers: 20 wins, 4 losses, points differential +306
Eels: 16 wins, 8 losses, points differential +119


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