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It is D-Day for both Manly and Canterbury on Saturday night as the two teams look to keep their respective premiership dreams alive at the SFS. Manly’s form has fallen off a cliff as they desperately cling on while Canterbury’s season turned around in 40 brilliant minutes last Sunday and they remarkably go into this match favoured.
Manly have lost second rower Anthony Watmough to suspension with James Hasson returning from injury as his replacement. There is speculation Matt Ballin may return from injury but that would seem highly unlikely. Named hooker Jayden Hodges is also in doubt with Masada Iosefa the likely in. Canterbury’s only change is on the bench with Reni Maitua coming in for the injured Pat O’Hanlon.
Manly and Canterbury have a long history of playing finals football against each other, first meeting in 1974. The finals score between the two sides is 2-2 with the Bulldogs winning the 1995 Grand Final, the biggest match played between the two teams. Overall the two teams have met 134 times with the Sea Eagles winning 69 and the Bulldogs 58 with seven draws. The two teams have evenly split the last 10 matches with the Sea Eagles winning 32-10 at Brookvale in Round 13 and the Bulldogs claiming victory 23-16 in a major upset at ANZ four weeks later. The last three matches between the two sides have tallied 39 points or more. Brett Stewart has scored four tries in his last four games against the Bulldogs. Canterbury coach Des Hasler is a long-serving Manly premiership winning player and coach while Trent Hodkinson and Tony Williams also played for the Sea Eagles.
Manly finished the season second on the ladder with the fourth best differential, the third best defence and the eighth rated attack but have seen their form fall in a heap with just two wins in their last six matches. At one stage last week they trailed South Sydney 40-0, leading to their first back-to-back loss all season. They have won just one of their last five away from Brookvale and are 7-8 all year on the road. Manly have won just three of their last nine against Top 8 opposition, losing three of their last four by 13-plus. Canterbury’s form was arguably worse heading into the finals, winning just two of their last eight matches and entering off a loss to the Gold Coast Titans, finishing seventh on the ladder with the sixth best defence and 13th-rated attack. They turned their season around though with a thumping 24-4 win over the Storm in Melbourne. The Bulldogs are 7-4 away from ANZ this year. They have conceded 21 points or fewer in each of their last five.
Since 2009 Canterbury are 4-4 straight and ATS at ther SFS while Manly are 8-6 and 7-7 ATS. Three of the last four losing Top 4 finalists from Week 1 has bounced back to win in Week 2. Canterbury have been backed from $1.90 to $1.62. As an outsider away from Brookvale Manly are 8-9 (10-7 ATS) and have dropped their last three. As a favourite away from ANZ the last three seasons, the Bulldogs are 13-6 with a 12-7 ATS record. When favoured by less than a converted try they are 10-3 with a 9-4 ATS record. Off a double figure win the Bulldogs are 15-8 (16-7 ATS) while Manly are 5-2 (4-3 ATS) off a loss of 13 or more under Geoff Toovey.
Sea Eagles: Brett Stewart, Jorge Taufua, Jamie Lyon, Steve Matai, Peta Hiku, Kieran Foran, Daly Cherry-Evans, Jason King, Jayden Hodges, Brenton Lawrence, Tom Symonds, Justin Horo, Dunamis Lui.
Interchange: Jesse Sene-Lefao, Cheyse Blair, James Hasson, Josh Starling
In: James Hasson
Out: Anthony Watmough (suspended)
Bulldogs: Sam Perrett, Corey Thompson, Josh Morris, Timoteo Lafai, Mitch Brown, Josh Reynolds, Trent Hodkinson, Aiden Tolman, Michael Ennis, James Graham, Josh Jackson, Tony Williams, Greg Eastwood.
Interchange: Reni Maitua, Dale Finucane, David Klemmer, Frank Pritchard, Moses Mbye, Harlan Alaalatoa
In:Reni Maitua, Moses Mbye, Harlan Alaalato
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