Where to Watch England vs Samoa - RLWC Semi-Finals 2022

The 2022 Rugby League World Cup knockout stages will continue this weekend, with the small matter of two semi-finals on the cards.

Host nation England will be looking to secure their place in a second consecutive World Cup final on Saturday afternoon, as they take on Samoa at the Emirates Stadium in London.

If you're looking to watch the semi-final live then you have come to the right place, as we have compiled a list of the key broadcast options available to you.

Will England vs Samoa be broadcast in the United Kingdom?

Yes! Both of the 2022 Rugby League World Cup semi-finals will be shown live on the BBC, meaning that it is free to watch for anyone with an active TV license.

The game will be broadcast live on BBC One, whilst streaming options will also be available through the BBC iPlayer service.

Kick-off for the clash is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. GMT.

Will England vs Samoa be broadcast in Australia?

Yes! If you're based Down Under and you're looking to watch your potential World Cup Final opponents in action then you will be able to do so via Fox Sports.

Fox Sports will be offering live coverage of all 61 matches in this year's World Cup, which includes every minute of the men's, women's, and wheelchair competitions.

Kick-off for England vs Samoa is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. GMT / 12:30 a.m. ACT.

England vs Samoa Odds

Looking to have a flutter on the Rugby League World Cup? Here are all of the odds for England vs Samoa on Saturday, November 12th.

All odds are accurate as of Tuesday, November 8th.

  • England - 1/4
  • Drawn Match - 22/1
  • Samoa - 11/4

There isn't much value as far as the money line is concerned, England expected to progress without any real difficulties. With that in mind, here are the handicap odds that the bookmakers are offering.

  • England (-12.0) - 10/11
  • Handicap Tie (-12.0) - 18/1
  • Papua New Guinea (+12.0) - 10/11
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