2021 Rugby League World Cup: New Zealand, Ireland, Lebanon, Jamaica, Irish vs Lebanese battle behind untouchable Kiwis.
The Kiwis, who have a great team despite defections, need no introduction. We’re talking about players who are not as good or far off at their position: Joseph Manu, Dylan Brown, Jerome Hughes, James Fisher-Harris, Isaiah Papalii, Brandon Smith, etc… Name droppin Imperfect and already remarkable. The quarter finals are almost over already.
Too heavy for New Zealand 🇳🇿https://t.co/4g5iunm0wn
– Thirteen World (@XIIIworld) October 3, 2022
They are some of the favorites for the second qualifying spot and we understand why. Most of the players are from Super League and NRL teams, including some top players. Luke Carey and Richie Myler will bring the creativity, while James Bentley and Jaime Jolliffe will lead the pack. Good prospects for the quarter.
Mitchell Moses and Adam Douihi are good reasons to be interested and believe in this team from Lebanon. The majority of the group play in the NRL’s front line and will have to behave like perfect soldiers who expect exploits from their two stars. Lebanon – Ireland will be crucial in the qualifiers.
The little finger of the group will have to struggle a lot in this World Cup. Jamaica, narrowly qualified, will look to do well in the group stage, but expect nothing less.