West Tigers vs Newcastle Knights: NRL Live Stream, Schedule, Fixture, and Probable Lineups, August 7, 2022

The NRL 2022 West Tigers vs Newcastle Knights match will be held on August 7, 4:05 PM (A.C.T) and 11:35 AM (Indian Time).

The NRL 2022 West Tigers vs Newcastle Knights match will be held on August 7 [Image-NRL]

The match scheduled is West Tigers vs Newcastle Knights for August 7. The match is going to take place at Campbelltown Sports Stadium in Sydney, Australia. Wests Tigers were able to capitalise on their unfortunate setback to the North Queensland Cowboys by defeating the Brisbane Broncos last week with perhaps their greatest performance of the year. Wests defeated a Broncos team that was vying for a position in the top four to snap their seven-game losing run, and as a result, they rose off the bottom of the standings.

They will try to build on that when they play fellow strugglers Newcastle Knights, who visit with a lot of internal disquiet after their most recent game ended in their fourth consecutive loss. The Knights lost to the Canterbury Bulldogs after once again playing poorly, and they appear to be ripe for another takedown. Prior to Sunday’s Round 21 match versus Newcastle Knights at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, the playing roster for the match has been reduced to 19 players.

READ MORE: Canterbury Bulldogs vs North Queensland Cowboys NRL preview

Where And When To Watch?

The NRL 2022 West Tigers vs Newcastle Knights match will be held on August 7, 4:05 PM (A.C.T) and 11:35 AM (Indian Time). In Australia, fans can live stream the match on the Nine Network, Kayo, and Foxtel the New Zealand audience can watch the live match on Sky Sports, and those who are not from Australia or New Zealand but living in a different country and want to enjoy the match then straight away tune into NRL.com.

West Tigers vs Newcastle Knights: Predicted Lineups

West Tigers: Daine Laurie, Brent Naden, Starford To’a, Asu Kepaoa, Ken Maumalo, Adam Doueihi, Jock Madden, James Tamou, Fa’amanu Brown, Joe Ofahengaue, Alex Seyfarth, Kelma Tuilagi, Fonua Pole, Zane Musgrove, Austin Dias, Tom Freebairn, Tyrone Peachey, Junior Tupou, Brandon Tumeth, Jackson Hastings

Newcastle Knights: Tex Hoy, Enari Tuala, Dane Gagai, Bradman Best, Dominic Young, Anthony Milford, Jake Clifford, Jacob Saifiti, Jayden Brailey, Daniel Saifiti, Tyson Frizell, Brodie Jones, Mitchell Barnett, Phoenix Crossland, Simi Sasagi, Pasami Saulo, Mat Croker, Jack Johns, Adam Clune, David Klemmer, Krystian Mapapalangi




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