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State of Origin 2017: Date, Start Time, Live Stream for Blues vs. Maroons Game 1,2,3
One of the biggest rivalries in rugby begins anew on Wednesday as the Queensland Maroons prepare to face New South Wales Blues in the opening match of this year’s State of Origin series.
The first of three fixtures between the two powerhouses of rugby league promises to be a barnburner—as is always the case in this series—and Queensland are chasing a third consecutive title in 2017.
This year’s head-to-head kicks off at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium before a three-week respite until Game 2 at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on June 21, with the final meeting scheduled to take place back in Brisbane on July 12.
Two of the last three State of Origin series have been decided after the first two matches, however, and both teams will be jostling to get that all-important tilt towards victory in Game 1 on Wednesday.
Here, we provide a look at all the essential match details to ensure you don’t miss out on the action, complete with live-stream information and a preview of the midweek opener in Brisbane.
One of the biggest discussion points leading into this year’s three-parter was the news that 10-time State Of Origin winner Johnathan Thurston would play no part in the first match of the series due to a shoulder injury.
This will be the first time in his career that Thurston will fail to feature in all three games of an Origin series—provided he recovers for Games 2 and 3—giving New South Wales hope in their efforts to breaks the Maroons’ current streak.