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Watch Australia Kangaroos vs New Zealand Kiwis Live Streaming Four Nations Rugby League Final Online Stream, match will be kick off at Westpac Stadium, Wellington,New Zealand, Saturday 15 November 2014 online, Time 18:50 and its broadcast Channel 9, Fox Sports, ESPN, Sky Sports Online.

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The Kiwis will meet Australia in the final of rugby league’s Four Nations after the Kangaroos hammered Samoa 44-18 in the final round robin match in Wollongong.

Australia vs New Zealand in rugby league is a rivalry between the Australian Kangaroos and the New Zealand Kiwis in the sport of rugby league. The first match between the two sides was in 1908, with New Zealand running out 11–10 winners.

In 2003 the New Zealand Rugby League recorded the Kiwis’ 100th international against Australia. However the Australian Rugby League did not, as they exclude World Cup and Super League Tests from their records.

The most recent clash was the 2014 Rugby League Four Nations, held at Suncorp Stadium on 24 October 2014. New Zealand dominated Australia, winning 30-12 to record it’s 30th victory over them.

Fullback Greg Inglis and Cooper Cronk both scored two tries as the home side ran rampant to set up a meeting with the Kiwis in Wellington next Saturday.

New Zealand booked their berth with a 16-14 win over England in Dunedin on Saturday, which left the English needing an unlikely Samoa upset of Australia to progress to the final.

The Kangaroos won the first Four Nations in 2009 and the third in 2011 but were stunned by New Zealand in the final of the second version in Brisbane in 2010.

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The Kangaroos, in danger of missing their first major tournament final in 60 years after losing 30-12 to New Zealand in the opening game, will have another crack at the Kiwis in the decider in Wellington.

The Australians posted eight tries to Samoa’s three and were in control at half-time with a 28-6 lead.

Skipper Cameron Smith landed four goals from six attempts.

The Samoans, who pushed England and New Zealand to the brink in their first two games, put in their worst defensive effort of the tournament to concede five tries in a sloppy first half.

Inglis was in outstanding form, scoring off a Corey Parker pass and then slicing through a weak Tim Lafai tackle to score his second try in the 26th minute.