If it happens that you are a rugby fan especially women’s rugby then you perhaps know about the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Final New Zealand vs Australia happening this coming Saturday. And as an ardent fan, you may not wanna miss the fight between The Jillaroos and The Kiwi Ferns.
Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Final New Zealand vs Australia
The last four women’s rugby world cup finals have been contested by the two women teams with the Jillaroos winning in 2013 and 2017.On the other hand, the Kiwi Ferns won the rugby final in 2008.
Saturday Game Schedule
On Saturday the Jillaroos play the Kiwi Ferns & the Kangaroos play England in the women’s & men’s Rugby League World Cup finals. This will be the first time both sexes of a team sport will be crowned world champions on the same day. Well done rugby league! #RLWC2017 #WRLWC2017
— Pie-Eater (@jamesclossick) November 29, 2017
Likewise Wallabies, The Jillaroos will meet in the same venue but their opponent is different. Let’s know the Kick-Off time and venue of the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Final New Zealand vs Australia.
- Date: Saturday, 2nd December 2017
- Kick-Off: 3:45 PM AEST, 4:45 PM AEDT
- Venue: Suncorp Stadium, Queensland, Australia
- Broadcasting TV: 7mate, EMTV
- Live Online: New Zealand vs Australia Rugby Online TV
Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Final New Zealand vs Australia Odds
The winning chance for both teams in the final is 50-50 chance because both teams have been in a great form.My prediction is that Australia may just come out on top because of the home advantage and also the need to give a perfect send-off to the retiring duo of Renae Kunst and Hancock.It will definitely be an emotional game for them.
Jillaroos and Kiwi ferns Tournament So Far
— Christina Brinkmann (@Brinkmann2015) November 19, 2017
That’s so humorous to learn the game from the Men’s.
Australia was able to defeat Cook Islands 58 to 4, England 38 to 0 and Canada even with an impressive 88 to win the round robin. They would later beat Canada 58-6 in the semi-finals.
For New Zealand, they were able to defeat Canada 50-0, Cook Islands 76-0 and Papua New Guinea 38-0 in the round robin. The Kiwi Ferns would later defeat England 52-4 in the Semi-finals.
Aussie Key Players To Watch
Good Luck to the Harvey Norman Jillaroos in the Women's Rugby League World Cup final 2017 on Saturday against the NZ Kiwi Ferns. Great to see the women's international game recognised on the same stage as the men. #gogirls https://t.co/bz2gBNQE1g
— Stephen van Dorp (@s_van_dorp) November 29, 2017
Both the teams performed so well because of the great players and teamwork they often displayed. For the Australian team, it is hard to overlook the importance of No.1 Nakia Davis-Welsh who was very impressive in their last outing against Canada. There are also other important players such as Isabelle Kelly, Brigginshaw, and Stephanie Hancock.
Kiwi Key Players To Watch
All good wishes to the Kiwi Ferns and the Kiwis rugby league teams for the ANZAC test tonight vs the Jillaroos and Kangaroos! @NZRL_Kiwis
— Bevan Shortridge (@bevanshortridge) May 1, 2015
New Zealand team also has a number of superb players. Honey Hireme who is nicknamed the “Honey Bill” is definitely one to watch after having had a very productive campaign thus far. There are also other important players such as Hilda Peters, skipper Laura Mariu, and Tara-Jane Stanley.
Jillaroos vs Kiwi Ferns Head To Head
Before the Saturday final, the two teams have played against each other for 15 times dating back to 2013. On those 15 occasions, the Jillaroos have come out on top 8 times while the Kiwi Ferns have won 7 times. Additionally, the last 4 test matches between these two teams have seen New Zealand winning 3 of them while Australia getting its bragging rights in only one match.