The 2012 State of Origin series is the 31st time the annual best-of-three series has been played under 'state of origin' rules. Game I was played at Melbourne's sold out Etihad Stadium and won by Queensland, its television broadcast watched by more than 2.5 million viewers, rating it as the most-watched State of Origin broadcast since the introduction of OzTAM ratings in 1999. New South Wales' series-equaling win in Game II, played at Sydney's sold out ANZ Stadium, set a new TV ratings record for most-watched second game of any series in State of Origin history. The decider, Game III will be played at Brisbane's Sun-corp Stadium.So viewers Watch STATE OF ORIGIN 2012 Game III NSW Blues Vs QLD Maroons Live Stream Rugby Game Online HD TV Telecast on PC.
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The record-breaking Queensland Maroons take on New South Wales in Game 3 of the 2012 State of Origin series on Wednesday 4 July.
With an unprecedented six straight Origin series under their belt, the Maroons will be looking to add further misery to their traditional interstate rivals. The Blues on the other hand will be desperate to restore some long overdue pride.
Game Schedule2012 Harvey Norman State of Origin Series - Game 3
Queensland(QLD) Vs New South Wales(NSW)
Date: Wed 4 Jul 2012 5pm; Game 3 kick-off: 8.00pm
Venue: Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, NSW, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
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Both sides have had interrupted preparations for Wednesday night. For Queensland, Billy Slater failed to overcome the knee injury he got in Origin two while question marks have been raised over the fitness of Justin Hodges and Sam Thaiday. But both seemed to play well enough against the Bunnies to suggest they’ll be all sweet. New South Wales have had the one injury concern with back-rower Glenn Stewart ruled out on Friday morning with a knee injury also.
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Ok, so where will the game be won? I think it will come down to the six and seven of both teams. Pearce and Carney were simply horrible in game one. The kicking game was off, Carney made far too many errors and they just lacked attack when in striking distance. It was a whole different story in Sydney. Pearce was on fire with his passing game, Carney took the line and came up with two try assists out of three New South Wales tries. Pearce has been involved in several deciders, Carney has experienced nothing like he’ll face on Wednesday night. For me, in order for the Blues to win, Pearce has to stand up. He needs to have a blinder and get his team home. If he doesn’t, then he has to be dropped for next year and give someone else a crack.