Watch NRL Brisbane Broncos vs North Queensland Cowboys Live Streaming Free Week 02 Rugby League, The Brisbane Broncos vs North Queensland Cowboys Online at Suncorp Stadium, Milton, Australia. 2019 NRL Rugby Brisbane Broncos vs North Queensland Cowboys Match will be kick of Friday 22 March, Time:19:50pm (AEDT). Welcome to watch Brisbane Broncos vs North Queensland Cowboys online on your pc/laptop, mac, ipad. Do not wait to access this HD link, when the NRL Brisbane Broncos vs North Queensland Cowboys Live Streaming Rugby 2019 is mostly over and you will get live stream,scores,results and highlights.
Brisbane and North Queensland are set for another tight tussle as the two teams battle for early season bragging rights on Friday nights.
The last 10 games between these teams have been decided by a 1-12 margin, including a series of three straight one-point thrillers, including the 2015 NRL Grand Final, where a Johnathan Thurston field goal landed the Cowboys their maiden premiership.
Thurston of course called time on his legendary career at the end of last season, but Michael Morgan showed last week he is more than capable of slipping into his boots and piloting the Cowboys around the paddock.
North Queensland were on of the stand-out teams in the opening round last week, conquering the Dragons 24-12, highlighted by a blistering performance by their forward pack – especially Jason Taumalolo – which in turn allowed Morgan the space and time he needed to create.
Meanwhile, the Broncos weren’t too bad against the Storm down at AAMI Park last week, but they never really threatened to challenge for the win apart from a brief fightback midway though the second half.
Anthony Seibold now faces a bit of pressure to avoid a two-match losing run to open the season against a Cowboys side that is soaring in confidence after just one game.
The main issue for the Broncos against Melbourne was their lack of structure in the halves – both Anthony Milford and Kodi Nikorima are instinct players, and while that can be a good thing, playing them both at the same time in the halves is still very much a work in progress.
I think this will be another very close game, but with the way North Queensland won the forward battle last week – and how Morgan performed on the back of that – I’ve got to give the Cowboys the edge. Paul Green’s team arguably has the best forward pack in the game, and if Morgan reproduces his quality from last week, he should be able to guide the Cowboys over the line.
Broncos: 1 Darius Boyd 2 Corey Oates 3 James Roberts 4 Jack Bird 5 Jamayne Isaako 6 Anthony Milford 7 Kodi Nikorima 8 Tevita Pangai Jr 9 Andrew McCullough 10 Joe Ofahengaue 11 Alex Glenn 12 David Fifita 13 Matt Gillett.
Interchange: Kotoni Staggs 15 Jaydn Su’a 16 Thomas Flegler 17 Shaun Fensom. Reserves: 18 Patrick Carrigan 19 Patrick Mago 20 Richard Kennar 21 Gehamat Shibasaki.
Cowboys: 1 Jordan Kahu 2 Nene Macdonald 3 Justin O’Neill 4 Tom Opacic 5 Javid Bowen 6 Te Maire Martin 7 Michael Morgan 8 Matthew Scott 9 Jake Granville 10 Jordan McLean 11 Gavin Cooper 12 Coen Hess 13 Jason Taumalolo.
Interchange: 14 John Asiata 15 Josh McGuire 16 Mitchell Dunn 17 Francis Molo. Reserves: 18 Ben Hampton 19 Jake Clifford 20 Corey Jensen 23 Enari Tuala.