Canterbury Bulldogs vs Penrith Panthers Live Stream, TV Channel, Tickets & Preview NRL 2018 Full HD
We’re heading into the third round on the NRL season and, dare we say it, some clubs are already wondering what’s gone wrong.
Are the Bulldogs at panic stations yet? Surely not, although Canterbury coach Dean Pay will be desperate for a win against a Panthers outfit that is somehow – well, fine, Nathan Cleary – making it work.
HOW TO WATCH FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Check out Fox League (channel 502) for the first game of each Friday Night Football doubleheader. After you can either chance it with channel Nine coverage or stick around for the second game.
It’ll be all rugby league on 502 from 5pm, though. NRL Tonight kicks off and then the imaginatively-named Friday Night Football gives you all the late mail right up until 6pm kick off.
Don’t have Foxtel? All pubs/clubs worth their salt will be showing the game.
CAN I WATCH IT OVERSEAS?
Fox Sports 1 Fox Sports 2 and the NRL have teamed up to launch Watch NRL , due to go live in early 2018, for footy fans living overseas (assuming overseas isn’t New Zealand or the Pacific Territories). The service, which can be accessed through the app, the website or using Airplay/Chromecast, will deliver all of the games of the 2018 NRL season, State of Origin, Test matches played on home soil, ISC games and a live stream of the Fox Footy channel.
IS IT STREAMING ON THE RADIO?
Ah, the wireless. ABC Grandstand, Triple M and 2GB will all continue with their coverage but the huge news for 2018 is the emergence of NRL Nation .