New Zealand vs Fiji LIVE stream: How to watch Rugby League World Cup online and on TV – Express

Fiji star Suliasi VunivaluGETTY
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In what looks set to be a potentially explosive game, New Zealand will be eager to book a semi-final spot when they face Fiji at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington.
Fiji were in impressive form in the group stages, amassing 168 points from their three pool games.
New Zealand meanwhile qualified for the last four as runners-up.
They are looking to scoop their fourth consecutive World Cup.
Fiji have plenty of firepower and Suliasi Vunivalu is their leading try scorer with eight tries.New Zealand coach David KidwellGETTY
Just two more will see him equal the record for the most four-pointers in a single tournament, which is currently held by Wendell Sailor with 10.
New Zealand are expected to field a full-strength side for the clash, but coach David Kidwell could tinker and make some changes.
The match kicks off at 6.30am.
If you are unable to watch the match on TV, you can stream the game online on the BBC iPlayer or on the BBC Sport website.
iPlayer requests viewers to confirm they are a TV licence subscriber and may ask you to log in to your BBC account.
The BBC Sport app, available to download for free across Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices, will also carry the live coverage and text commentary.
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