Round 21 Preview Bulldogs v Broncos

Canterbury Bulldogs v Brisbane Broncos
Venue: ANZ Stadium 
Date: Thursday August 2
Time: 7:50pm AEST 

  1. Will Hopoate
  2. Brett Morris
  3. Josh Morris
  4. Kerrod Holland
  5. Reimis Smith 
  6. Lachlan Lewis
  7. Jeremy Marshall-King
  8. Aidan Tolman
  9. Michael Lichaa
  10. Danny Fualalo
  11. Josh Jackson
  12. Rhyse Martin
  13. Adam Elliott
  14. Fa’amanu Brown
  15. Greg Eastwood
  16. Ofahiki Ogden
  17. Chris Smith
  18. Matt Frawley
  19. Francis Tualau 

  1. Jamayne Isaako 
  2. Corey Oates
  3. James Roberts
  4. Darius Boyd
  5. Jordan Kahu
  6. Anthony Milford
  7. Kodi Nikorima 
  8. Matthew Lodge
  9. Andrew McCullough 
  10. Sam Thaiday
  11. Alex Glenn
  12. Tevita Pangai Junior 
  13. Josh McGuire
  14. Kotoni Staggs
  15. Joe Ofahengaue
  16. Korbin Sims
  17. David Fifita
  18. Gehamet Shibasaki
  19. Patrick Mago 

Game Preview:
The Broncos are sitting 2 points out of the top 4 while the Bulldogs sit 2 points above last place. So both clubs have some high stakes in this match. 

The forward packs will both need to work hard to allow their backs to get room to move and convert any opportunities that are presented to them. 

Key Match Up: Josh Jackson v Tevita Pangai Junior
The backrowers will have a tough match up against each other. Pangai Junior will no doubt be tasked with the mission to unsettle the Bulldogs skipper who is having a decent season despite his team sitting near the bottom of the table. 

Pangai Junior himself is having a break out year showing us that he can run hard and tackle just as hard and it’s those skills that will have Josh Jackson’s hands full this week. 

On he other hand Jackson’s sound defensive style will also give Tevita Pangai Junior some headaches should he not be able to get into an attacking groove early on. 

Nath’s Prediction: Broncos by 12
The Bulldogs got the win last week against the Tigers but I can’t see them getting over the Broncos this week. 



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