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The world will be watching NRL tonight!

With the return of the third round of the NRL season tonight, it will be not only a big moment for rugby league but a massive deal for sports fans around the world.

When the Bronco's play host to the Parramatta Eels at Brisbane's Lang Park tonight, more than 30 million people around the world will be watching. Rugby League's next four days of games will become the first football code in the English-speaking world to return to the playing fields and televisions.

New fans will be gained and old fans rejoicing, as the NRL matches are televised to more than 70 countries including Papua New Guinea, the US, Britan, France and even Uganda.

Are you happy to see Rugby League back or do you think it's too early to be playing full-contact sport?

Thursday, May 28
Broncos v Eels, Lang Park, 7:50pm
Friday, May 29
Cowboys v Titans, North Queensland Stadium, 6:00pm
Roosters v Rabbitohs, Western Sydney Stadium, 7:55pm
Saturday, May 30
Warriors v Dragons, Central Coast Stadium, 3:00pm
Sharks v Tigers, Western Sydney Stadium, 5:30pm
Storm v Raiders, AAMI Park, 7:35pm
Sunday, May 31
Panthers v Knights, Campbelltown Stadium, 4:05pm
Sea Eagles v Bulldogs, Central Coast Stadium, 6:30pm