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Round 24
Canterbury Bulldogs vs Wests Tigers
Stadium: ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Date: Thursday 21 August 2014
Time: 19:50 PM (AEDT)

Two dreadfully out-of-form teams, Canterbury and the Wests Tigers have more than pride to play for on Thursday night. The Bulldogs remain in the playoff hunt but need a big win to play themselves back into form while the hapless Tigers will all be playing for jobs

Canterbury have made just one minor change with Pat O’Hanlon replacing the injured Lloyd Perrett. The Tigers get Bodene Thompson back from suspension with Dene Halatau missing through injury. Aaron Woods has been named to start at prop but could miss out.

Canterbury hold a 16-10 all-time advantage over the Wests Tigers and had won five straight before a humiliating loss at ANZ just four weeks ago, the Tigers winning 46-18 in the Bulldogs’ worst loss of the Des Hasler era. The last four matches between the two sides have tallied 44 points. Canterbury winger Mitch Brown is a former Tigers while Tigers coach Mick Potter won a Dally M Medal while a Bulldog.

Both teams are terribly out-of-nick. The Bulldogs remain In the top eight, sitting sixth, but only just put to bed a four-game losing streak with an 18-16 win over the Eels last Friday. The Bulldogs twice conceded 40 points in that run – having done so just once since 2008 – and bot came against non-eight teams. Canterbury have scored 20 points just twice in their last 12. Canterbury’s defence ranks a solid sixth while their attack is a very poor 11th. Since defeating Canterbury, the Tigers have lost four straight and have conceded a whopping 140 points the last three weeks while scoring just 16. Their last seven against top eight sides have resulted in six losses, all by 16-plus points. The Tigers rank 14th in attack and 15th in defence and their second best loss in the last seven weeks is a 16-point loss to Penrith.

The combined age of the two five-eighths is a tiny 40 with Moses Mbye just 21 and Mitchell Moses 19 but the two pivots will have a large amount of influence on this affair. With no Josh Reynolds in the side, Canterbury’s creativity falls on the young shoulders of Mbye. For the Tigers, it is all about natural skill and Moses has it in bucket-loads. These two young playmakers will be squaring off for a decade so it will be great to see their first battle in the top grade.

Teams off a 40-point loss since 2009 are 21-12 ATS while outsiders of more than two converted tries are 3-1 ATS off such a heavy defeat. The Tigers are typically poor as big outsiders, covering just 4 of their last 14 when getting double digits and two of six when getting 14.5 or more. Canterbury are 24-16 (21-19 ATS) at ANZ over the last three seasons but have covered just two of their last seven at the venue. The Bulldogs are 6-3 ATS when favoured by double digits at the ground and 3-1 ATS spotting 14.5 or more. Canterbury have covered two of three when favoured by more than a converted try this year. The over is 9-2 in games after conceding 40 points.

Players List:
BULLDOGS: Sam Perrett, Corey Thompson, Josh Morris, Tim Lafai, Mitch Brown, Moses Mbye, Trent Hodkinson, Aiden Tolman, Michael Ennis (capt), James Graham, Josh Jackson, Tony Williams, Greg Eastwood.

Interchange: Reni Maitua, Dale Finucane, David Klemmer, Pat O’Hanlon, Harlan Alaalatoa (one to be omitted).

TIGERS: Kurtis Rowe, Jy Hitchcox, Blake Austin, Chris Lawrence, Cory Paterson, Mitchell Moses, Luke Brooks, Aaron Woods, Robbie Farah (capt), Keith Galloway, Curtis Sironen, Bodene Thompson, Adam Blair.

Interchange: Ava Seumanufagai, Martin Taupau, Sauaso Sue, Jack Buchanan.

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