Panthers vs Rabbitohs: live stream the NRL 2020 preliminary final

We’re in for a thrilling game of footy tonight, with the Panthers clashing with the Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium. This is a match you won’t want to miss, and it kicks off tonight (October 17) at 7:50pm AEDT.

Penrith has had a near-perfect run this season, only losing one game this year back in round 5 to the Parramatta Eels. That means they’re currently on a 16-game winning streak.

Panthers vs Rabbitohs: live stream and time

It’s game day! Tonight’s Panthers vs Rabbitohs clash takes place at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia, and the match is set to kick off at 7.50pm AEDT. Australians can watch Panthers vs Rabbitohs live and on Kayo Sports, or on Foxtel’s Fox Footy. A free-to-air broadcast will show on Channel Nine.

If the Panthers can keep their momentum and win the Grand Final, they’d also be claiming the title of the biggest winning streak in the NRL’s history.

That’s surely a lot of pressure on Penrith, and makes tonight’s sudden-death match all the more important for Ivan Cleary’s team.

To keep their dreams alive, they’ll need to get past a stellar South Sydney team, who’ve put a total of 144 points on the board in their past three games. 

It looks set to be a high-scoring match, and you can catch the action at 7:50pm AEDT on October 17.

We’re just one round away from the Grand Final, with every team in their best form – we can’t wait to see what week three brings us.

All this action can be watched live on free-to-air, pay TV and streaming service platforms, with the Panthers vs Rabbitohs game tonight (October 17) at 7:50pm AEDT from ANZ Stadium.

How to watch the NRL 2020 finals online

The best place to watch every match from the finals live online would be on Kayo Sports. This streaming service is dedicated to sports and designed to be a die-hard sports fan’s best friend.

It’s feature-packed with things like SplitView, which lets you watch up to four different streams on the same window, and interactive live stats that are available for all NRL games.

Kayo gives you a 14-day free trial to figure out if you’ll be happy with the service or not. For a more in-depth look at what the sports streaming service has to offer, check out our Kayo Sports review.

Kayo Sports basic package | 14-day free trial, then AU$25 per month

Kayo’s Basic package will let you live stream and catch up on over 50 sports on two devices at the same time. You’ll have access to Kayo’s features such as SplitView, and you can cancel any time as there’s no lock-in contract.View Deal

How to live stream the NRL 2020 finals for free

The Nine Network has broadcast rights to all the games during the finals, meaning you will be able to watch all the games live and free on Channel Nine. 

That also means you can watch the matches on 9Now, the Nine Network’s online platform, where the games will be streamed live.

How to live stream the NRL 2020 finals from abroad

League fans currently living outside of Australia, New Zealand or the Pacific Islands can also catch every scrum and try online via the Watch NRL streaming service.

Like Kayo, Watch NRL is a subscription service and has three different plans to choose from:

Weekly: US$17 / £13 / €17 / AU$20 
Monthly: US$33 / £25 / €33 / AU$39 
Annual: US$165 / £130 / €155 / AU$199

For the finals, Watch NRL has a new option called the Finals Pass, which temporarily replaces the monthly plan. It gives customers the ability to watch all the matches during finals week as well as the grand finals live.

Watch NRL Finals Pass | US$33 / £25 / €33 / AU$39

The contents of this streaming service are only available to view outside of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, but a subscription can be purchased from anywhere. It includes every match in the Premiership. Watch NRL allows you to pause and rewind live matches, and also allows you to download matches for offline viewing. While you can watch the livestream on desktop via the website, the Watch NRL app is also available for iOS, Android and Apple TV. You can even cast onto a TV via AirPlay or Google Chromecast.View Deal

If you’re currently abroad and aren’t too keen on getting yourself a Watch NRL Finals Pass, you will need a VPN, and we’ve rounded up the best VPN services for you to choose from.

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