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The North Queensland Cowboys caused the upset of the finals last weekend, but will need to produce another special performance when they travel to Sydney for a semi-final against the Parramatta Eels.
On the other hand, the Eels faced a tough trip to Melbourne last week and almost came away with victory against the Storm. Their second chance has kept them alive though, and they will go into this week as heavy favourites.
How to watch the match on TV.
NQ Cowboys vs Parramatta Eels Live Stream will be broadcast on two stations in Australia, one on Foxtel and the other free-to-air TV.
The FTA TV option is on the Nine Network. They cover every game of the season, including finals and State of Origin, and will begin their broadcast at 7pm (AEST) on Saturday evening, allowing for a 40-minute pre-game.
Their broadcast may be on 9Go, 9Gem or Southern Cross TV if you are in regional areas. Check your local guides to confirm this information.
You can live stream North Queensland Cowboys vs Parramatta Eels on 9Now, Nine’s video on demand and live platform.
This is the first time NRL has been live streamed for free in Australia. And we’re excited to bring you live action of all the games.
North Queensland Cowboys vs Parramatta Eels
The North Queensland Cowboys will face off with the Parramatta Eels at 7:55pm AEST, with an extended pre-show before the match. The Nine coverage begins at 7:30pm, with the expert panel dissecting all of rugby league’s big issues, as well as unparalleled features and analysis.
So tune in on Channel Nine or 9Now from 7:30pm.
Although this game does not have any finals implications, all eyes will be. On 1300SMILES Stadium as Cowboys legend Johnathan Thurston runs out for his final game in Townsville.
The Cowboys will be hoping to give the club legend the perfect. Home send off by securing a win against the Parramatta Eels.
While there’s no finals chance for the Eels, there is all to play for. With Jarryd Hayne’s side hoping to avoid a wooden spoon.