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11 Nov: Wales v Ireland KO 3pm (BBC Online)

Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Wales by 13 points or more
      4
    • Wales by 7 to 12 points
      9
    • Wales by 1 to 6 points
      7
    • Draw
      0
    • Ireland by 1 to 6 points
      1
    • Ireland by 7 to 12 points
      4
    • Ireland by 13 points or more
      0

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Discuss the game here.

SUNDAY 11th NOVEMBER
Rugby League European Championship
Wales v Ireland KO 3pm
at Racecourse Ground, Wrexham

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Havent watched much of the Ireland team, but if wales start as they finished the last game it could get interesting. Wales slight favourites

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Wales at home should have just enough to sneak by , winning say 18-16.

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Is there anything to win in this game, like WC qualification? 

If so are any of the teams going to bring in any of the more expierienced higher profile player's they can call on, irrespective, I have enjoyed the previous games and eagerly await this one. 

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7 minutes ago, Harry Stottle said:

Is there anything to win in this game, like WC qualification? 

If so are any of the teams going to bring in any of the more expierienced higher profile player's they can call on, irrespective, I have enjoyed the previous games and eagerly await this one. 

Yes, runner-up spot in the Euros is an automatic WC qualifying spot....

 

...that's why we're going to stuff the Irish on Sunday, and I'll have no voice left by 6pm 😁  

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10 minutes ago, FearNothing said:

Yes, runner-up spot in the Euros is an automatic WC qualifying spot....

 

...that's why we're going to stuff the Irish on Sunday, and I'll have no voice left by 6pm 😁  

Thanks for that FN, just realised this game is on at the same time as the England v Kiwi, what closet decided to do that?

Do you know is there any way of recording the live stream for this game?

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18 minutes ago, Harry Stottle said:

Thanks for that FN, just realised this game is on at the same time as the England v Kiwi, what closet decided to do that?

Do you know is there any way of recording the live stream for this game?

1. the same eejits that schedule other stuff to clash 

2. not sure if you could use video capture software to record the stream, or maybe a convoluted arrangement of interconnections depending on the devices you're using to stream and record....in fact, thinking about this now has given me an idea.....

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1 hour ago, Harry Stottle said:

Do you know is there any way of recording the live stream for this game?

The Scotland v Wales game is available to watch for 25 days (from 2nd November) on BBC iplayer, so presumably the same will apply to the Wales v Ireland game.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p06pzt9k/rugby-league-2018-european-championship-scotland-v-wales

 

 

 

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Wales by 12 avoiding play off game next year .

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With Swinton representatives on both sides quite a few Lions fans will be at Wrexham - myself  included. Looking forward to a close game.

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50 minutes ago, steve wild said:

With Swinton representatives on both sides quite a few Lions fans will be at Wrexham - myself  included. Looking forward to a close game.

Maybe other's would have attended if had not been scheduled to clash with the England game, I just can't see the sense in doing so.

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6 hours ago, Harry Stottle said:

Maybe other's would have attended if had not been scheduled to clash with the England game, I just can't see the sense in doing so.

Maybe the Welsh RL wanted to avoid a clash with Wales RU playing an international on TV?

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1 minute ago, JonM said:

Maybe the Welsh RL wanted to avoid a clash with Wales RU playing an international on TV?

Could have kicked off at 1.30pm today.

 

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1 minute ago, Wolford6 said:

Could have kicked off at 1.30pm today.

Presumably they couldn't know whether Wrexham would have got a home FA Cup draw or not, until a couple of weeks ago.

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One thing's for sure, it'll be a better game than the turgid affair that's on the telly right now.

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Just now, Wolford6 said:

One thing's for sure, it'll be a better game than the turgid affair that's on the telly right now.

Bit harsh - I'm enjoying the France v Scotland game.

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I'd turn over except:

1. I'm Welsh

2. 70 minutes of Warrenball and  I've lost the will to live.

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