Canberra was able to conquer the Wests Tigers in what was a tight experience, seeing the guys from the country’s funds win 14-6. The reduction to the Knights in around 4 and a close match against a side that they had been expected to beat in around 5 would be the indication of a rough spot for the Raiders and they’ll be seeking to get back to the shape which most of us know they could create this weekend. Manly appeared all but went into their round 5 struggle from the Brisbane Broncos. They had been down 18-0 in the first half, before placing 20 unanswered points to win 20-18. Playing with an understrength Brisbane, the match was a little closer than that which the Sea Eagles could have enjoyed. Very similar to Canberra, Manly went in their round 4 battle also, regardless of the controversy surrounding a forward move choice late in the match. Both these sides are still showing some signs of becoming shaky lately and both will want to pick up their kind just a bit this week against quality opposition.
Raiders vs Sea Eagles
THE TEAM NEWS
Starting 13: Nicoll-Klokstad, Rapana, Croker, Scott, Cotric, Wighton, G. Williams, Papalii, Hodgson, Soliola, Tapine, Whitehead, Horsburgh – Interchanges: Havili, Guler, Sutton, Young – Reserves: Simonsson, Starling
Unavailable: John Bateman (Injured), Sebastian Kris (Illness)
Canberra Raiders looked like they’d undergo a second successive loss from the NRL since they went to the break trailing Wests Tigers a week but they could reply in the second half to emerge at the top and get back to winning ways.
The Raiders were far in their best once more using the hangover from their loss to Newcastle Knights in their last game nevertheless clear in a lacklustre first half but they pressured Wests to create almost 100 tackles over them together with this finally telling.
With 10 mistakes a week, Ricky Stuart’s side may wish to decrease that amount within this catchy competition with Manly where they’ll be encouraged by the return of lock Corey Horsburgh from disease while Hudson Young makes his eponymous reunite from suspension.
The Sea Eagles notched before the break to get back in the competition and could build on this as they appreciated 12 more places than the Broncos with all the burden of ownership finally demonstrating too much to their rivals.
Manly face a challenging test against Canberra Raiders and has to conquer a trio of harm problems together with Martin Taupau, Moses Suli and Corey Waddell all ruled out by the side which featured past week however they really do get Curtis Sironen back.
When is Canberra Raiders vs Manly Sea Eagles taking place? Sunday 21st June, 2020 – 07:05 (UK)
Where is Canberra Raiders vs Manly Sea Eagles taking place? Campbelltown Stadium, Sydney
What is the expected weather for Canberra Raiders vs Manly Sea Eagles? 16c, partly cloudy
What channel is Canberra Raiders vs Manly Sea Eagles on? Sky Sports Arena will be televising selected NRL games in the UK and you can find their schedule here. For Australian broadcasters, you can find a list here
Last week and has to enhance here however the exact same could be said because of their Competitions. Manly Sea Eagles needed to struggle back against an 18-point shortage Following a bad start and they can’t afford a similar introduction to this contest. Both groups showed glimpses of the caliber with the ball Week but will need to find increased consequences and Manly’s harm issues may Prove to be problematic using Canberra able to emerge in addition to a low-scoring contest.
MANLY SEA EAGLES
Starting 13: T. Trbojevic, Funa, Parker, Elliot, Garrick, Walker, Cherry-Evans, Fonua-Blake, Levi, Paseka, Thompson, Sironen, J. Trbojevic – Interchanges: Croker, Gosiewski, Keppie, Boyle – Reserves: Miski, Olakau’atu
Unavailable: Manase Fainu (Disciplinary), Albert Hopoate (Injured), Jorge Taufua (Injured), Moses Suli (Injured), Martin Taupau (Injured), Corey Waddell (Injured)
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