New Zealand vs Australia Rugby Final Live Score World Cup 2013 30 Nov

Don’t miss the chance to catch the preview, live score updates, prediction and result along with all other important updates about the 2013 Rugby League World Cup final between New Zealand and Australia. Fans just can’t wait for this match as New Zealand rugby team defends its title against Australian team on 30th November 2013. New Zealand All Blacks will try their best to retain their title which they had won in 2008 after defeating Australian Wallabies in the final while Australian team will certainly look to take revenge of that defeat by winning the Rugby League World Cup this year. The final match will be played at Old Trafford, Manchester and is set to start at 14:30 local time.

The tournament had started on 26th October 2013 with 14 teams participating in it which are Australia, New Zealand, England, United States, Italy, Tonga, Cook Islands, Samoa, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Papua New Guinea, France and Fiji. Now after playing the group and knockout stage matches, New Zealand and Australia have qualified for the final. Both New Zealand and Australia rugby teams have reached the final of 2013 Rugby League World Cup as unbeaten teams which clearly demonstrates that they both have been equally impressive.

New Zealand vs Australia Rugby Final Live Score 30 Nov 2013

Match: New Zealand vs Australia

Date: 30 November 2013

Time: 14:30

Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester

If take a look at the recent performances of both teams during the tournament then they both have been pretty dominant. In quarter final matches, Australia defeated United States by 62-0 while New Zealand had beaten Scotland by 40-4. In semifinals, both teams again won there matches comprehensively to qualify for the final of 2013 Rugby League World Cup which is scheduled to be played on 30th November 2013.

Australia may have shown more impressive performances as compared to New Zealand rugby team during the tournament, but still New Zealand is the favorite team to win this match due to its past record and experienced squad.

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