Saturday, May 18, 2019

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Cronulla Sharks vs Manly Sea Eagles NRL Preview and Team News - Sharks trying to overturn poor record against Manly

Despite only winning one of their last one of their last nine encounters against the Sea Eagles, the Sharks will be confident of coming away with the victory on Sunday.

Cronulla are beginning to round into form after experiencing a horror injury toll to begin the season, winning their last two games to rise up to sixth on the ladder.

Teams

Sharks: 1. Josh Dugan 2. Sosaia Feki 3. Bronson Xerri 4. Josh Morris 5. Aaron Gray 6. Kyle Flanagan 7. Chad Townsend 8. Andrew Fifita 9. Jayden Brailey 10. Matt Prior 11. Briton Nikora 12. Kurt Capewell 13. Paul Gallen 14. Blayke Brailey 15. Jayson Bukuya 16. Jack Williams 17. Braden Hamlin-Uele 18. Scott Sorensen 19. Sione Katoa 20. Billy Magoulias 21. Will Kennedy

Sea Eagles: 1. Brendan Elliott 2. Jorge Taufua 3. Dylan Walker 4. Brad Parker 5. Reuben Garrick 6. Lachlan Croker 7. Kane Elgey 8. Addin Fonua-Blake 9. Apisai Koroisau 10. Martin Taupau 11. Joel Thompson 12. Curtis Sironen 13. Jake Trbojevic 14. Manase Fainu 15. Jack Gosiewski 16. Corey Waddell 17. Morgan Boyle 18. Kelepi Tanginoa 19. Cade Cust 20. Taniela Paseka 21. Lloyd Perrett


The Sharks were trailing and behind the eight-ball for most of their clash last week with the Titans, but they showcased great determination to mount a late fightback and ultimately register a 26-18 win.

John Morris has name the same 17 players for this showdown, with Shaun Johnson still out with a hamstring injury.

Manly are also missing some of their biggest stars, with Daly Cherry-Evans and Tom Trbojevic still sidelined with injury, however Des Hasler does welcome back the likes of Jorge Taufua (calf), Addin Fonua-Blake (knee) and Lachlan Croker (hamstring) this week, while Dylan Walker also returns to play his first game of the season.

It’s been an excellent season so far for Hasler and Manly, but you got the feeling the wheels were going to fall off soon with their mounting casualty ward, and that’s what happened in Magic Round last week when they went down 26-10 to the Broncos.

However, the Sea Eagles will be buoyed by their great record over Cronulla and will fancy their chances to bounce back on Sunday. It promises to be a tight showdown, but the Sharks have got to start coming out on top in these matches at some stage, and on the back of a mini-winning streak, they should have the edge on Sunday.

Stats

Manly have won eight of their last nine meetings
Sea Eagles won their last clash 33-32 in R21 last year
Manly have scored 30+ points in their last two wins over Sharks



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MATCH PREVIEW | St George-Illawarra Dragons vs Newcastle Knights

TEAM FORM GUIDE
St George-Illawarra Dragons
In Magic Round the Dragons went down to New Zealand Warriors by 26-18 despite being ahead 18-6 after twenty-two minutes. This was their third consecutive loss which includes the ANZAC Day loss to the Sydney Roosters, where the Red V showed plenty of courage but couldn’t get over the line.

Newcastle Knights
Newcastle are playing like a top eight side and have strung three straight wins together, starting with the Mitchell Pearce inspired win over Parramatta in late April and with their latest win last Saturday against the Bulldogs. The signs are looking good for the Knights with Pearce and Kalyn Ponga firing ahead of Origin selection in just over a week from now.

SQUAD NEWS

 Matt Pritchard previews the St George-Illawarra Dragons and Newcastle Knights clash to be played in Mudgee on Sunday.

TEAM FORM GUIDE
St George-Illawarra Dragons
In Magic Round the Dragons went down to New Zealand Warriors by 26-18 despite being ahead 18-6 after twenty-two minutes. This was their third consecutive loss which includes the ANZAC Day loss to the Sydney Roosters, where the Red V showed plenty of courage but couldn’t get over the line.


Newcastle Knights
Newcastle are playing like a top eight side and have strung three straight wins together, starting with the Mitchell Pearce inspired win over Parramatta in late April and with their latest win last Saturday against the Bulldogs. The signs are looking good for the Knights with Pearce and Kalyn Ponga firing ahead of Origin selection in just over a week from now.

SQUAD NEWS
St George-Illawarra Dragons
There are no changes to Paul McGregor’s side the went down to the Warriors. Jonus Pearson and Korbin Sims have been cut from the nineteen-man squad announced on Saturday. Jai Field will play five-eighth with Corey Norman still missing with a cheekbone injury. With the Federal Court case going against Jack deBelin, he’s unlikely to return to the Red V anytime soon.

St George-Illawarra Dragons squad: 1. Matthew Dufty 2. Jordan Pereira 3. Zac Lomax 4. Timoteo Lafai 5. Mikaele Ravalawa 6. Jai Field 7. Ben Hunt 8. James Graham 9. Cameron McInnes 10. Paul Vaughan 11. Tyson Frizell 12. Tariq Sims 13. Blake Lawrie 14. Jeremy Latimore 15. Euan Aitken 16. Jacob Host 17. Luciano Leilua 18. Mitchell Allgood 20. Josh Kerr

Newcastle Knights
Nathan Brown goes in with the same trusted outfit that won at Suncorp Stadium last Saturday. Pasami Saulo and Jamie Buhrer cut from the squad twenty-four hours from kick-off.

Newcastle Knights squad: 1. Kalyn Ponga 2. Edrick Lee 3. Hymel Hunt 4. Jesse Ramien 5. Shaun Kenny-Dowall 6. Connor Watson 7. Mitchell Pearce 8. David Klemmer 9. Danny Levi 10. Daniel Saifiti 11. Lachlan Fitzgibbon 12. Mitchell Barnett 13. Tim Glasby 14. Kurt Mann 15. Herman Ese’ese 16. James Gavet 17. Sione Mata’utia 18. Josh King 21. Mason Lino

HEAD TO HEAD
St George-Illawarra Dragons in recent history hold a healthy record against the Newcastle Knights having won fourteen of the last eighteen games played since 2009. In round 3 this year it took Corey Norman’s field goal with two minutes left in Golden Point to separate the two sides.

KEY BATTLE
There’s a lot of anticipation about the opposing fullback’s leading into this game. Kalyn Ponga is a certainty for Queensland Maroons Origin selection. His transition to fullback came when these two teams met in round 3 in an epic 88-minute game where the Dragons won 13-12. Ponga set up two tries and made five tackle breaks in that effort. He’s the man the Dragons will need to contain. On the opposite site, Matt Dufty has made the most of his return to the NRL side with some solid performances. The match against the Roosters showed how good he is at the back with some fantastic attacking runs. The last three weeks he’s been consistently run for more than a hundred metres.

WHO WILL WIN?
Knights are the form team going into this clash. If they can keep the forward intensity up, and the Ponga-Pearce combination fire, the Knights might just beat their bogey side. Knights by 8

Friday, May 17, 2019

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2019 NRL – Canberra Raiders vs South Sydney Rabbitohs Preview & Prediction

THE TEAM NEWS

CANBERRA RAIDERS

Head Coach: Ricky Stuart

Starting 13: Nicoll-Klokstad, Simonsson, Croker, Cotric, Oldfield, Wighton, Williams, Papalii, Hodgson, Lui, Young, Whitehead, Sutton – Interchanges: Havili, Kris, Soliola, Horsburgh – Reserves: Sezer, Guler, Hunt, Murchie

Unavailable: Joe Tapine, John Bateman, Joey Leilua, Jordan Rapana

Canberra produced a late fightback against Sydney Roosters but fell just short in their quest for the win as they lost by six points with the Raiders leaving themselves with too much to do against the league leaders.

Canberra's Jordan Rapana endured more bad luck last week as he went down with another injury but it wasn’t the ACL injury that the Raiders had feared with the winger suffering a PCL strain.

Bailey Simonsson comes into the side in Rapana’s place whilst Nick Cotric shifts inside to the centres with Michael Oldfield moving to the wing and Sebastian Kris will take Simonsson’s place on the bench.


SOUTH SYDNEY RABBITOHS

Head Coach: Wayne Bennett

Starting 13: Allan, Hiroti, Turner, Gagai, Graham, Walker, Reynolds, G. Burgess, Cook, T. Burgess, Sutton, S. Burgess, Murray – Interchanges: Tatola, Nicholls, Lowe, Knight – Reserves: Britt, Sironen, Britt, Amone

Unavailable: Kurt Dillon, Adam Doueihi, Braidon Burns, Alex Johnston

South Sydney were too good for North Queensland as Cody Walker scored again to continue his sensational try-scoring form and maintain the Rabbitohs’ impressive run of form that has seen them win eight of their nine NRL games so far this season.

John Sutton and Kyle Turner were doubts earlier in the week for the Rabbitohs after they copped rib and head knocks respectively against the Cowboys but both seem to have recovered sufficiently.

Alex Johnston has undergone knee surgery and will be missing for around a month so Corey Allan shifts to fullback with Mawene Hiroti coming onto the wing whilst for the sixth week running, George Burgess will likely swap places with Junior Tatola before kick-off.

THE PREDICTION

Canberra pushed Sydney Roosters close last week and face another tough task as they host South Sydney. The Rabbitohs have lost just once all season but will know they have a game on their hands against a tricky Raiders side with this a difficult game to call. The loss of Alex Johnston poses a problem for Souths having had minimal disruption to their 17 all year but the Raiders still have several key players missing and that could prove to be the difference with the Rabbitohs able to edge this one.

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2019 NRL – North Queensland Cowboys vs Parramatta Eels Preview & Prediction

THE TEAM NEWS

NORTH QUEENSLAND COWBOYS

Head Coach: Paul Green

Starting 13: Kahu, Feldt, O’Neill, Opacic, Hampton, Asiata, Morgan, Scott, Granville, McLean, Cooper, Hess, Taumalolo – Interchanges: Baptiste, Dunn, Bolton, Molo – Reserves: Jensen, Gela-Mosby, Wright, Clifford

Unavailable: Murray Taulagi, Nene Macdonald, Te Maire Martin, Josh McGuire

North Queensland were outclassed by South Sydney as a slow start by the Cowboys dented any real hopes of winning the game but they will be hoping they can pick up a win back on home soil against a vulnerable Parramatta side.

Justin O'Neill and Jake Granville will both need to prove their fitness for the Cowboys after they copped head knocks last week but look set to play after both were named in the initial team list.

The Cowboys will roll with the same 17 unless there are any late changes although Granville has been named to start at hooker in place of Kurt Baptiste with the pair switching before kick-off last week and the same could yet happen this week.


PARRAMATTA EELS

Head Coach: Brad Arthur

Starting 13: Gutherson, G. Jennings, Hoffman, Takairangi, Ferguson, Smith, Moses, Alvaro, Mahoney, Paulo, Lane, Niukore, Ma’u – Interchanges: Terepo, Mannah, Moeroa, Kaufusi – Reserves: Evans, McIlwrick, Salmon, French

Unavailable: Kaysa Pritchard, Nathan Brown, Dylan Brown, David Gower, Maika Sivo, Michael Jennings

Parramatta were demolished by Melbourne as they capitulated with them conceding 11 tries in what was an embarrassing effort by the Eels with head coach Brad Arthur seeking an immediate response here.

The Eels will be without winger Maika Sivo after he copped a one-match ban by the judiciary for a poor tackle on Melbourne's Jahrome Hughes last week so George Jennings come into the side in his place.

Michael Jennings has a calf injury with Josh Hoffman taking his place in the centres whilst Jaeman Salmon has been dropped with Will Smith coming into the side at five-eighth and in the final changes for the Eels, Manu Ma’u and Reed Mahoney start with Tepai Moeroa and Peni Terepo dropping to the bench.

THE PREDICTION

Parramatta appear to be distracted by off-field issues with several issues swirling around regarding some high-profile out of contract players but they might be able to put that to bed for a while with captain Clint Gutherson committing to a new three-year deal. With that distraction behind them, it will be interesting to see how the Eels react following last week's demolition against Melbourne. The Eels haven’t won away from home since Round 2 and that poor record should continue here with North Queensland able to get the win.

Thursday, May 16, 2019

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2019 NRL – Brisbane Broncos vs Sydney Roosters Preview & Prediction

THE TEAM NEWS

BRISBANE BRONCOS

Head Coach: Anthony Seibold

Starting 13: Boyd, Oates, Staggs, Shibasaki, Isaako, Milford, Dearden, Lodge, Turpin, Haas, Glenn, Gillett, Flegler – Interchanges: Carrigan, Fifita, Pangai Jnr., Ofahengaue – Reserves: Segeyaro, Roberts, Su’a, O’Sullivan

Unavailable: Andrew McCullough, Jack Bird

Brisbane secured an important win as they saw off a dogged Manly performance for just their third victory of the season but face an uphill battle if they are to secure a second victory in succession as they host the red hot Sydney Roosters.

The Broncos lost Jack Bird for the season with an ACL injury but James Segeyaro has joined the club to provide a further option at hooker in the absence of Andrew McCullough and he will make his debut despite being named amongst the reserves.

Bird’s injury offers a reprieve to Jamayne Isaako after he was a high-profile casualty last week as Anthony Seibold swung the axe and his return sees Gehamat Shibasaki switching to the centres.


SYDNEY ROOSTERS

Head Coach: Trent Robinson

Starting 13: Tedesco, Tupou, Mitchell, Manu, Ikuvalu, Keary, Cronk, Waerea-Hargreaves, Radley, Taukeiaho, Aubusson, Crichton, Liu – Interchanges: Butcher, Tetevano, Collins, Tupouniua – Reserves: Faamausili, Verrills, Lamb, Hall

Unavailable: Billy Smith, Brett Morris, Jake Friend

Sydney Roosters extended their winning run to eight matches after they held off a late Canberra fightback in the Magic Round last week as their superb form showed no signs of faltering.

The Roosters picked up knocks to Latrell Mitchell, Boyd Cordner and Daniel Tupou in last week's win with Cordner ruled out whilst Tupou will not feature either despite being named in the side. 

Ryan Hall could make his long-awaited debut in the NRL in place of Tupou on the wing whilst Mitchell should be fine to play having come through the Roosters’ Captain’s Run without an adverse reaction.

THE PREDICTION

Brisbane improved to 3-6 but face a tough task to make it back-to-back wins here as they host high-flying Sydney Roosters. The Tricolours are on an eight-game winning streak with a record-breaking victory over the Broncos included in that run and they should be able to make it nine in a row. The Broncos did well to beat a gutsy Manly side and should be able to build some confidence on the back of that but this will be far more difficult. The Roosters are on fire and they will need to massively underperform to give the Broncos a chance to end their winning run.

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2019 NRL – Penrith Panthers vs New Zealand Warriors Preview & Prediction

THE TEAM NEWS
PENRITH PANTHERS

Head Coach: Ivan Cleary

Starting 13: Edwards, To’o, Whare, Blake, D. Watene-Zelezniak, Maloney, Cleary, Tamou, Katoa, Grant, Kikau, Fisher-Harris, Martin – Interchanges: Luai, Fuimaono, Leota, Ellis – Reserves: Campbell-Gillard, Sele, Winterstein, Aekins

Unavailable: Tyrone May, Sam McKendry, Isaah Yeo, Malakai Watene-Zelezniak

Penrith's season hit a new low as they lost their fifth successive game with Wests Tigers scoring five tries in the opening 20 minutes. Head coach Ivan Cleary made numerous changes to his side in response to that lacklustre performance. 

Josh Mansour and Reagan Campbell-Gillard are high-profile casualties with the pair dropped this week as Brian To’o makes his debut on the wing in place of Mansour whilst Liam Martin returns at lock following a one-week ban.

Dylan Edwards comes back into the side after he was dropped earlier in the season to take up the fullback role with Caleb Aekins dropped to the reserves whilst Waqa Blake comes back into the centres after he had been stood down for being late to training last week.

NEW ZEALAND WARRIORS

Head Coach: Stephen Kearney

Starting 13: Tuivasa-Sheck, Fusitu’a, Hiku, Herbert, Maumalo, Nikorima, Green, Paasi, Roache, Ah Mau, Papali’i, Harris, Burr – Interchanges: Tevaga, Afoa, Sao, Lawton – Reserves: Beale, Harris-Tavita, Luke, Blair


Unavailable:

New Zealand Warriors scored 20 unanswered points in the second half as they came from behind to defeat St. George in the Magic Round with the Warriors now looking to take advantage of Penrith’s ongoing problems.

After such a solid performance last week, head coach Stephen Kearney has named the same 17 as last week with Adam Blair having to settle for a place in the reserves despite completing a one-match ban.

Issac Luke was dropped last week and faces a tough battle to regain his spot in the side after the win for the Warriors although Nathaniel Roache, the man who currently holds the #9 jersey, is struggling with a back injury and could be a late withdrawal.

THE PREDICTION

Penrith are one of just three teams with only two wins to their name as their miserable season continued against Wests Tigers last week. Their play-off hopes are already in tatters and things don't look like improving any time soon with the Warriors able to see them off this week. The Warriors produced a superb second half performance to claim the win over St. George and will be full of confidence after that effort which will help them to make it back-to-back wins over a fragile Penrith who will struggle again despite their numerous changes this week.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

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2019 NRL – Melbourne Storm vs Wests Tigers Preview & Prediction

THE TEAM NEWS

MELBOURNE STORM

Head Coach: Craig Bellamy

Starting 13: Papenhuyzen, Vunivalu, Chambers, Seve, Addo-Carr, Munster, Croft, J. Bromwich, C. Smith, Asofa-Solomona, F. Kaufusi, K. Bromwich, Finucane – Interchanges: B. Smith, Welch, Kamikamica, P. Kaufusi – Reserves: Walters, Stimson, Faasuamaleaui, Earl

Unavailable: Scott Drinkwater, Tom Eisenhuth, Curtis Scott, Jahrome Hughes

Melbourne put to bed any off-field distractions when they hammered Parramatta as they were able to put several poor performances behind them in a huge win in which the Storm bagged 11 tries. 

Storm centre Curtis Scott produced a brilliant display on his return to the side but suffered a suspected broken foot late in the game and is set for an extended spell on the sidelines whilst Jahrome Hughes will miss out with concussion.

Ryan Papenhuyzen impressed in the fullback role when Hughes was taken off the field last week and will have a chance to stake his claim for the #1 shirt in Hughes’ absence this week whilst Marion Seve comes into the centres with Patrick Kaufusi is the new name on the bench.


WESTS TIGERS

Head Coach: Michael Maguire

Starting 13: Mbye, Fonua, Jennings, Marsters, Thompson, Marshall, Brooks, Matulino, Farah, Twal, Matterson, McQueen, Eisenhuth – Interchanges: Liddle, Mikaele, Aloiai, Chee-Kam – Reserves: Momirovski, Taylor, Clark, Garner

Unavailable: Chris Lawrence, Josh Reynolds

Wests Tigers blitzed Penrith early on as they scored five tries in the opening 20 minutes to secure a comfortable victory and bounce back from their heavy loss to Sydney Roosters in their previous game.

Benji Marshall was in fine form for the Tigers having recovered from a hamstring injury and will continue in the halves this week with Josh Reynolds still not ready to return from his knee injury. 

Wests head coach Michael Maguire has made just one change to his side from the win over the Panthers, bringing Josh Aloiai back on the bench after a concussion and he takes the place of last week’s debutant Oliver Clark.

THE PREDICTION

Melbourne were rampant as they punished a poor Parramatta side by racking up 64 points. It was a big turnaround from the Storm's recent poor performances and they will now look to kick on as they host Wests Tigers who also enjoyed a good win last week. It will be interesting to see how they go with a change in the spine but Ryan Papenhuyzen did a good job there last week when called upon. The Tigers were able to relax after they felt they had the game won in the first 20 minutes last week but face a very different task here and will fall short as Melbourne can make it back-to-back wins.


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