There is representative talent directly across the playground in this struggle, and what better point to showcase it compared to the usual Friday night in Bankwest!?
The Roosters have not put a foot wrong because the contest restarted. Four-straight successes by an average of 31 points have pushed them back to the top four and to premiership favouritism again.
Kyle Flanagan is now Beginning to ease into the large boots left by Cooper Cronk while James Tedesco is once more demonstrating why he’s the best player in the contest right now (even though Maika Sivo left him ingesting dirt on Saturday night – who’d be courageous enough to attempt to prevent the rampaging Fijian that near the line anyhow?) .
Lindsay Collins is back for the Roosters, just strengthening their
The sole real reason Trent Robinson’s guys will not triumph Friday night’s match in A canter is complacency and their 59-0 drubbing of the Broncos a couple weeks ago seemed anything but complacent. Tedesco might need to be tracked though following a hefty head knock a week but the Roosters could likely afford to break him anyway.
Fourteen days’ directly but Paul McGregor could come back down to earth .
The Red V, to their credit, did exactly what they needed to do a week against the Titans. But the Gold Coast and also Cronulla were barely stiff resistance. Blake Lawrie begins at prop in another important team news for this week.
The Roosters have the best attack and defence at the contest, Which is not any surprise, but doesn’t bode well for the Dragons this week
Starting 13: B. Morris, Tupou, Manu, Aubusson, Hall, Keary, Flanagan, Waerea-Hargreaves, Friend, Taukeiaho, Cordner, Crichton, Radley – Interchanges: Verrills, Liu, Butcher, Collins – Reserves: Tupouniua, Lam
Unavailable: Billy Smith (Injured), James Tedesco (Injured), Josh Morris (Injured)
Sydney Roosters hauled off a Parramatta Eels fightback because the reigning premiers showed their class with a great success last weekend and they’ve now won all four of the games because the period got back underway after the enforced separation.
The Roosters finished at 90% and their capacity to construct pressure proved crucial as they ran out 24-10 winners on the team several fancy to be the Tricolours’ largest threat to producing it three consecutive Premiership wins.
ST. GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS
Starting 13: Dufty, Saab, Aitken, Lomax, Ravalawa, Norman, Clune, Lawrie, McInnes, Vaughan, Frizell, Fuimaono, Merrin – Interchanges: Hunt, Kerr, Host, Ford – Reserves: K. Sims, Sailor
Unavailable: Jack de Belin (Disciplinary), Brayden Wiliame (Injured), Tariq Sims (Injured), Jordan Pereira (Suspended)
St. George Illawarra Dragons made it back-to-back wins since they got a comfortable triumph over Gold Coast Titans a week but they understand this is going to be an great test for them as they face their toughest match up to now this year.
Tries out of Zac Lomax, Miakele Ravalawa and Jordan Pereira were sufficient to see off the Titans who they were able to avoid crossing their whitewash before a 76th minute consolation however there’s still lots of work to do to the Dragons who just managed to finish 74%.
An identical amount against the Roosters will make it hard for them to become more aggressive while the Dragons also need to take care of the reduction of James Graham who’s coming into Super League while Jordan Pereira is suspended accordingly his place on the wing has been accepted by Jason Saab.
When is Sydney Roosters vs St. George Illawarra Dragons taking place? Friday 26th June, 2020 – 10:55 (UK)
Where is Sydney Roosters vs St. George Illawarra Dragons taking place? Bankwest Stadium, Sydney
What is the expected weather for Sydney Roosters vs St. George Illawarra Dragons? 13c, clear skies
What channel is Sydney Roosters vs St. George Illawarra Dragons on? Sky Sports Arena will be televising selected NRL games in the UK and you can find their schedule here. For Australian broadcasters,
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