Australia vs England Rugby

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It’s the Grand Finale of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, with the host nation, Australia, playing against England with the winner to be crowned World Champions. We’ve got everything you need to know about the game right here.

The kick-off is scheduled for 7pm AEST (the local time), which will be 8pm AEDT.

It’s been a long competition with plenty of controversies at times, Australia has predictably had little trouble getting through the group stages and then finals, most recently taking care of Fiji in the semi-final, 54-6.

It is live on BBC One with coverage starting at 08:30 GMT, while there is also commentary on Radio 5 live. Both can be accessed via the BBC Sport website, which will have live text coverage of the match.

It is England’s first appearance in a World Cup final for 22 years, with the 1995 encounter ending in a 16-8 defeat by Australia at Wembley.

The last time a team from Britain won the tournament was in 1972 when a combined Great Britain team secured their third world title.

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Rugby League World Cup Final Live

England will attempt to become world champions for the first time when they take on reigning champions Australia in the World Cup final on Saturday at 09:00 GMT.

It is live on BBC One with coverage starting at 08:30 GMT, while there is also commentary on Radio 5 live. Both can be accessed via the BBC Sport website, which will have live text coverage of the match.

It is England’s first appearance in a World Cup final for 22 years, with the 1995 encounter ending in a 16-8 defeat by Australia at Wembley.

The last time a team from Britain won the tournament was in 1972 when a combined Great Britain team secured their third world title.