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Tune into NRL.com on Saturday night to see the Eels' own Manu Ma'u and Peni Terepo play for Tonga against the Cook Islands in a Rugby League World Cup qualifying Test at Campbelltown Stadium.

NRL.com will live stream Mate Ma'a Tonga v Cook Islands on Saturday, October 17, from 7.30pm, with the winning nation earning a berth in the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. 

Tickets for the match are $10 for adults, $5 for Concessions and Under-16s, and $20 for Families (2 adults and 3 children), and will be available at the gate.

Mate Ma'a Tonga:

1. Solomone Kata (New Zealand Warriors)

2. Jorge Taufua (Manly Sea Eagles)

3. Mahe Fonua (Melbourne Storm)

4. Moses Pangai (Townsville Blackhawks)

5. Delouise Houter (Wests Tigers)

6. Pat Politoni (Cronulla Sharks)

7. Daniel Foster (Penrith Panthers)

8. Albert Vete (New Zealand Warriors)

9. Joel Luani (Wests Tigers)

10. Peni Terepo (Parramatta Eels)

11. Sika Manu (Penrith Panthers)

12. Manu Ma'u (Parramatta Eels)

13. Joe Ofagengaue (Brisbane Broncos)

14. Nafe Seluine (Burleigh Bears)

15. Ukuma Tai (Huddersfield Giants)

16. Ben Murdoch-Masila (Penrith Panthers)

17. Leilani Latu (Penrith Panthers)

18. David Fifita (Cronulla Sharks)

Cook Islands: 

1. Jordan Rapana (Canberra Raiders)

2. Drury Low (Narellan Jets)

3. Anthony Gelling (Wigan Warriors)

4. Chance Peni (Wests Tigers)

5. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (Melbourne Storm)

6. Jono Ford (Wyong Roos)

7. Wallace Tangiiti (South Sydney Rabbitohs)

8. Uiti Baker (Manly Sea Eagles)

9. Aaron Teroi (Melbourne Storm)

10. Sam Mataora (Newcastle Knights)

11. Esan Marsters (Wests Tigers)

12. Makahesi Makatoa (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)

13. Francis Molo (Brisbane Broncos)

14. Carne Doyle-Manga (Wyong Roos)

15. Vincent Rennie (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)

16. Vinny Ngaro (Manly Sea Eagles)

17. Fred Pakutoa (Wentworthville Magpies)

18. Rueben Rennie (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)