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Round 19
St George Illawarra Dragons vs Manly Sea Eagles
Stadium: WIN Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah
Date: Monday 21 july 2014
Time: 19:00PM (AEDT)

The in-form St George Illawarra host table-topping Manly in one of the best Monday Night Football affairs of 2014. The Dragons are rolling and are on the verge of busting into the top eight while the Sea Eagles want to secure their position at the top of the ladder with another victory.

Josh Dugan returns from Origin duty and starts in the centres in place of Peter Mata’utia for the Dragons. The Sea Eagles get Anthony Watmough back from suspension and Jorge Taufua from injury with Clint Gutherson out of the team.

The Dragons hold a 14-7 all-time edge over the Sea Eagles but Manly have won the last two meetings, winning 24-18 last season and 20-8 at Brookvale in Round 13, 2012. The Dragons are 5-1 all-time against the Sea Eagles at Kogarah. These two typically play low scoring affairs with only one of the last five topping 30 points.

The Dragons sit ninth on the ladder with an 8-8 record and a -54 differential but it is ninth with a bullet after winning four of their last five. St George Illawarra though are just 3-6 against top eight sides this year. They have won both games at Kogarah and have averaged 22.8 points per game the last five matches after averaging 12.5. The Dragons have the 11th best defence with the 12th rated attack. Manly are the premiership front-runners with an 11-5 record and a +111 differential (second). The Sea Eagles rank third in both attack and defence and have won four of their last five, three of which were by 20-plus. Manly are 7-1 against non-eight sides with an average margin of victory of 13.5. Manly have won just one of their last four away from Brookvale.

The centre square-up between Josh Dugan and Steve Matai should be an absolute ripper. Dugan has thrived since shifting to the centres but meets his toughest opponent in the uncompromising Matai, who will be at the Blues centre all game. Expect a fierce battle between these two high quality players.

St George Illawarra are a poor 3-7 straight and ATS on Mondays across the last three years  but are two of three covering this season. Manly are 6-5 straight and ATS over the last three years and have won their last four, covering three of them. The over is 17-10 with a home underdog on Monday night the last three seasons. The Dragons are 7-5 (5-7 ATS) over the last three years at Kogarah but 1-3 straight and ATS when an underdog at the ground. The over is 5-2 when the Dragons have been a home underdog of more than a converted try since 2012. Manly are 25-17 (23-19 ATS) away from Brookie over the same time with a 17-10 (13-14 ATS) number as a road fave and a 10-4 (7-7 ATS) record as a road fave of more than a converted try. Manly are 6-3 ATS after scoring 30-plus points while the Dragons are a poor 2-7 ATS off a bye since ’12 with the over 6-3.

Players List:
DRAGONS: Adam Quinlan, Charly Runciman, Josh Dugan, Gerard Beale, Jason Nightingale, Gareth Widdop, Benji Marshall, Ben Creagh (capt), Mitch Rein, Mike Cooper, Leeson Ah Mau, Joel Thompson, Jack de Belin.

Interchange: Bronson Harrison, Shane Pumpipi, Will Matthews, Jack Stockwell.

SEA EAGLES: Brett Stewart, Jorge Taufua, Jamie Lyon, Steve Matai, Peta Hiku, Kieran Foran, Daly Cherry-Evans, Josh Starling, Matt Ballin, Brenton Lawrence, Anthony Watmough, Jamie Buhrer, Tom Symonds.

Interchange: Jesse Sene-Lefao, Dunamis Lui, James Hasson, Jason King.

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