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Picture by Alex Whitehead/ - 24/10/16 - Rugby League - 2016 Ladbrokes Four Nations Launch - Anfield, Liverpool, England - New Zealand's Jesse Bromwich and Australia's Cameron Smith.

New Zealand and Australia square off on Saturday in what's potentially shaping as a preview of the Four Nations Final following on from their opening round victories.

With several changes expected to both sides from their respective wins against England and Scotland, it's shaping as a fascinating encounter not to be missed, with kickoff set for 7:00am AEDT on Sunday, November 6 from the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.



Kangaroos winger Josh Mansour has been ruled out for the remainder of the Four Nations tournament after suffering a knee injury at training on Wednesday.

Scans on Wednesday night confirmed Mansour had suffered an ACL injury.

"It's obviously shattering news for Josh," Kangaroos Coach Mal Meninga said. "He has been a popular member of the squad and was excellent for us against Scotland last Friday."

Kangaroos medical staff will work with Penrith Panthers on the best treatment options for Mansour, with Valentine Holmes in line to replace the winger against New Zealand.

Full team news to come.



New Zealand are still waiting on the latest injury news for Thomas Leuluai (concussion) and Jason Nightingale (ankle) after both backs picked up knocks in the win over England.

Full team news to come.


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