BBC Sport has unveiled its coverage plans for the upcoming Four Nations tournament, which begins on October 28th.

Over the course of four weeks, the BBC will bring every game from all six venues across the UK.

There are five live games on BBC One and BBC Two, live commentary of all games on BBC Radio 5 live and 5 live sports extra plus extensive access online to live games, highlights, interviews and analysis.

On TV, Mark Chapman is at the helm, joined by New Zealand’s Robbie Hunter-Paul, England’s Jon Wilkin and former Great Britain coach Brian Noble.

Fresh from his retirement earlier this year, former England and Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield will be offering his expert analysis on England’s first game as they face New Zealand in Huddersfield. T

he Kiwis’ assistant coach and former Hull KR supremo Justin Morgan, is also part of the BBC’s line up for the tournament.

On commentary duties are familiar voices Dave Woods, Jonathan Davies, Iestyn Harris and Wales coach John Kear. Reporters Tanya Arnold and Damian Johnson will take their places pitch-side to get all the reactions from the players fresh from the field.