Papua New Guinea v Fiji: Men’s rugby league preview, news and how to watch live

All you need to know in the lead up to the Men’s Test between PNG v Fiji, Saturday 25 June, including news updates plus when and how to watch on Kayo.

Viliame Kikau in training with Fiji ahead of Saturday night. Picture: Matt King/Getty Images
Viliame Kikau in training with Fiji ahead of Saturday night. Picture: Matt King/Getty Images

This is the second of two Pacific Tests in Campbelltown on Saturday evening (25 June). Samoa and Cook Islands precedes this match at the same venue.

Watch live here on Kayo and catch up on all the news in the lead-up.

What time is PNG v Fiji?

The game starts at 7.50pm (AEST), 7.20pm (ACST) and 5.50pm (AWST) on Saturday 25 June.

Where is it being played?

Campbelltown Stadium, Sydney.

How do I watch PNG v Fiji?

The game will be broadcast live on Kayo as part of its rugby league coverage. Not only can you catch the LIVE fixture and also the replay, but if you miss the action, you can catch up with Kayo Minis and Kayo Bites.

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How can I watch more rugby league?

Watch more rugby league here.

Latest rugby league news ahead of Saturday?

For all the latest on State of Origin and other Pacific Test rugby league this weekend, visit CodeSports.

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PNG captain David Mead plays his final Test on Saturday. Here he is in 2017. Picture: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images
PNG captain David Mead plays his final Test on Saturday. Here he is in 2017. Picture: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

Team Lists

PNG

1. Alex Johnston 2. Robert Derby 3. David Mead (c) 4. Justin Olam 5. Terry Wapi 6. Kyle Laybutt 7. Lachlan Lam 8. Epel Kapinias 9. Wartovo Puara 10. Sylvester Namo 11. Dan Russell 12. Nixon Putt 13. Jacob Alick

Interchange: 14. Liam Horne 15. Emmanuel Waine 16. McKenzie Yei 17. Dilbert Isaac

Reserves: 18. Junior Rop 19. Sherwin Tanabi 20. Solo Wane

Fiji

1. Sunia Turuva 2. Mikaele Ravalawa 3. Semi Valemei 4. Waqa Blake 5. Maika Sivo 6. Kevin Naiqama (c) 7. Nautu’a Masima 8. Joseph Ratuvakacerivalu 9. Penioni Tagituimua 10. Tui Kamikamica 11. Viliame Kikau 12. Taniela Sadrugu 13. Taane Milne

Interchange: 14. Isaac Lumelume 15. Pio Seci 16. Lamar Manuel-Liolevave 17. Kaylen Miller

Reserves: 18. Ralulu Nasoki 19. Waqasaqa Qiolevu 20. Mesake Kurukitoga

Where can I read more rugby league?

See the NRL section on CodeSports, or visit the rugby league section on your main state news website – Daily Telegraph / Courier Mail / Herald Sun / Adelaide Advertiser.