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The venues for the 2020 State of Origin series have been revealed. Fox League reporter James Hooper broke the news on NRL 360 on Monday night. The three interstate ties will be played at Adelaide Oval, ANZ Stadium in Sydney, and Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane - in that order. The dates will be November 4, November 11, and November 18.

Experience Origin with a range of exclusive benefits such as the best premium seating available, access to Rugby League Ambassadors, special guest speakers and the Inner Sanctum, merchandise and of course premium dining and entertainment.

The Origin series will be played in the State of Origins Live Online post-NRL season this year due to the coronavirus shutdown period. It means Queensland and NSW are expected to select large squads of players, which will have to enter a bubble and isolate for the duration of the series.

NSW is the defending champions but the series decider may be played in Queensland’s heartland at Suncorp.The eyes of the rugby league world are focused on Roosters captain Boyd Cordner and how he recovers from the latest in a string of head knocks this season.

The inspirational skipper is one of the toughest players in the game currently, but a number of concussions have many people concerned about his long-term health. On Saturday night at the SCG he accidentally face planted while attempting to score a try, and was clearly groggy from the collision.

He was taken off the field for a head injury assessment (HIA) which the club later said he passed, but a decision was made by the team doctor not to send him back out there.The most-replayed moment from this game happened very early in the match, when Tallis dragged rookie Blues fullback Brett Hodgson across field and into touch before much later delivering a verbal volley for the ages to a group of Blues fans who had made a sign insulting Tallis's mother.

None of that can take away from one of the most pulsating finishes in Origin history, in which brilliant plays and awful mistakes in equal measure had as big a say on the final result.With NSW devastating the Maroons with a record-breaking clean sweep in 2000, a completely revamped Queensland hit back to win in 2001. Hodgson produced arguably Origin's greatest debut in a huge game-one win in 2002, before Queensland hit back to level the series in Brisbane.

Careers were on the line in the decider, with several changes of lead before the Blues looked to have wrapped up the series when Jason Moodie crossed in the 75th minute with Andrew Johns converting from touch to make it 18-14.

But the Maroons got the ball back from a short restart and one set later, a wide-running Dane Carlaw galloped over the top of Moodie and there was little Hodgson could do to impede the rampaging forward's 40-metre run to the line.

Lote Tuqiri, who had a horror night with the boot, missed his third goal from four attempts to leave the match drawn at 18-all and the 2001 winners retaining the shield. The Queensland bench was in raptures while the Blues bench was the opposite, despite the teams being level after 240 minutes of Origin footy.

We knew we'd lost it [the shield] based on the fact it was a draw so we were heartbroken. You try so hard in the three games through the series so to lose it in the way we did, you can't explain that feeling. It's really not a good feeling. Click Here For More Info About State of Origins.

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