Clear the diary, Tuesday's League Nation Live is one you won't want to miss.
Adam Santarossa

20 Sep 2016 - 6:47 PM  UPDATED 20 Sep 2016 - 6:47 PM

The race to the NRL Premiership is down to four teams and the action is heating up, with Tuesday’s League Nation Live no exception.

It is set to be the biggest show in League Nation history, with superstar guests and a live draw of the Murri Carnival, making it one not to miss.

Rugby League legend Darren Lockyer headlines the stars sitting down on the League Nation couch, with the former Australian captain stopping by to discuss all things Rugby League.

Recently named Australia’s 'Greatest Ever Captain', Lockyer knows what it takes to claim the NRL Premiership and he will run the rule over the four remaining sides left in the race.

He’ll be joined as well on the couch by Petero Civoniceva, who will give his insight, after he saw two of his former side’s crash out of the hunt at the weekend, in the Brisbane Broncos and Penrith Panthers.

Also, Broncos star Sam Thaiday returns to League Nation to discuss last weekend’s agonising defeat to the North Queensland Cowboys in Extra-Time.

Code hopper Bo De La Cruz also stops by to discuss her latest on-field exploits in a number of codes, whilst also giving her take on the happenings in the Rugby League world.

Plus, Legend Steve Renouf will be on hand for the historic live draw of the 2016 Murri Carnvial.

Hundreds will converge onto Dolphin Oval in Redcliffe this week as they compete to see who is Queensland’s premier Indigenous Rugby League side.

League Nation will conduct the draw, where each side will learn their fate and their opposition for the first games of the Murri Carnival.

Plus, the countdown to the big dance continues as our esteemed panel of experts discuss the weekend’s preliminary finals as the Cronulla Sharks take on the North Queensland Cowboys and Minor Premiers the Melbourne Storm meet the Canberra Raiders.

Musical guest Frank Yamma will get the crowd rocking with a special live performance, whilst we'll also meet the next generation of Rugby League stars with the Rochedale Tigers also making an appearance. 

Watch League Nation Live tonight from 7.30pm on NITV – it’s live and deadly. 

Why footy is not just a game
COMMENT: If you have ever been to a Koori Knockout carnival, then you’ve no doubt witnessed the passion for culture and pride that Indigenous peoples, from all across NSW, have for their mob and this special annual gathering.
The 2016 Koori Knockout: Where will you be?
"The Knockout was never simply about football, it was about family, it was about community."