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Kiwi Test Team Announced Exclusively Live On Sky

Kiwi Test Team To Be Announced Exclusively Live On Sky Television

The Kiwi Rugby League Test team to take-on Australia will be disclosed by New Zealand Rugby League (NZRL) Chairman, Selwyn Pearson, LIVE on SKY Sport 1's NRL Fulltime this Sunday, July 20 at 7pm.

Pearson will join NRL Fulltime hosts, Stephen McIvor and Peter Ropati, in the studio for a special one-hour episode where the New Zealand team will be named to play the first of two tests against Australia.

There will also be an interview with coach Daniel Anderson who will give thoughts and insight into his first New Zealand team.

NRL Fulltime will stay on air for the announcement of the Australian side - scheduled for 8pm New Zealand time - with a LIVE phone-feed broadcast direct from SKY rugby league commentator Jason Costigan in Sydney. The first test for the Kiwis against the Kangaroos is an away game at Aussie Stadium in Sydney and is set to broadcast exclusively LIVE on SKY Sport 1 Friday, July 25 from 8:30pm.

The two sides meet again in October for a match at North Harbour Stadium.

Every Sunday night at 7pm, NRL Fulltime wraps up the weekend's NRL action with highlights, interviews and insight LIVE on SKY Sport 1.

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