Watch NRC Western Sydney Rams vs Queensland Country Live Stream 2016 Free Online Australia National Rugby Championship Online Free. Western Sydney Rams vs Queensland Country match will be kick off at Concord Oval Stadium, Concord, New South Wales, Australia, Saturday 24 September 2016 Online, Time 15:00 (AEDT) NRC Western Sydney Rams vs Queensland Country Live Streaming and its broadcast On Fox Sports.
Both sides have had their moments on the park, but neither has managed to reach their full potential.
Winless after four games, there is the realistic chance that the loser of this match could go all season without getting a victory.
The Western Sydney Rams are coming off a 16-22 loss to the University of Canberra Vikings, where they showed a real lack of attacking promise.
Queensland Country are coming off a 36-66 loss to Perth Spirit, where they looked dangerous in attack yet highly vulnerable in defence.
Waldo Wessels replaces Scott Gale in the XV for the Rams.
For Country, Tanuela Tupou, James Tuttle and Mack Mason all return in the XV, however they will be without Izaia Perese.
The last time these two sides played was in round four of the 2015 season. Queensland Country managed to hold on late to get the six-point win away from home.
Despite both sides being winless, this game has the potential to be a thrilling affair. Expect it to be close no matter which way it goes.
Queensland Country by 2
WESTERN SYDNEY: Matt Gibbon, Brandon Paenga-Amosa, David Lolohea, Will Skelton, Senio Toleafoa, Rhys Allen, Tupou Sopoaga, Tyrone Viiga, Waldo Wessels, Paul Asquith (c), Luke Smart, David Minute, Apolosi Latunipulu, Roland-Keni Kotobolavu, Albert Nikoro.
Bench: Nathan Charles, Andrew Tuala, Jack Payne, Tom Alexander, Jodan Tuapou, Harrison Goddard, Mitchell Walton, Denny Godinet.
QUEENSLAND COUNTRY: Sef Fa’agase Alex Casey, Taniela Tupou, Izack Rodda, Phil Potgieter, Ted Postal, Maclean Jones, Angus Scott-Young, James Tuttle, Mack Mason, Liam McNamara, Duncan Paia’aua, Tyrone Lefau, Tom Pincus, Tom Banks.
Bench: Feleti Kaitu’u, Richie Asiata, Kirwan Sanday, Brad Thorn, Jack Cornelsen, Scott Malolua, Mitch Third, Matthew Gordon.