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Wests Tigers and New Zealand Warriors aim to build on their victories last week when they conclude NRL Round 2 action on Sunday night.
Following impressive opening round victories last week, who will make it two wins from two as the Tigers and Warriors square off on Sunday night?
The Tigers produced a clinical display to take out the Sea Eagles, while the Warriors were ruthless as they put 40 points past a lacklustre Bulldogs side.
These two teams are both guilty of failing to live up to expectation over the last few seasons, while they’ve also each struggled with consistency.
The Tigers were in and around the top four for the first half of last season only to fade away badly, while the same could be more or less said about the Warriors, with the Kiwi club limping into the finals before being eliminated at the first time of asking.
Both teams have proven they can start a season with a bang, but the big test for the Warriors and Tigers will come in the back-half of the year, when push comes to shove and other teams start stepping up when it really matters.
However, for now, the Tigers and Warriors will be firmly focused on maintaining a 100 per cent record to start the season. The Tigers haven’t made any changes to their 17, while Isaiah Papali’i returns on the bench in place of Blake Ayshford for the Warriors.
The Tigers have won four of the last five games between the teams, but the Warriors prevailed in their last clash in Round 9 of 2018. It’s a tough one to pick, but the Bulldogs really didn’t put up any kind of fight last week, and I think the Warriors might find this game a lot more challenging, especially in their first away clash of the campaign. I’m backing the Tigers home in a tight one.
Tigers: 1 Corey Thompson 2 Mahe Fonua 3 Paul Momirovski 4 Esan Marsters 5 Robert Jennings 6 Benji Marshall 7 Luke Brooks 8 Ben Matulino 9 Robbie Farah 10 Alex Twal 11 Ryan Matterson 12 Luke Garner 13 Elijah Taylor.
Interchange: 14 Russell Packer 15 Thomas Mikale 16 Josh Aloiai 17 Michael Chee-Kam. Reserves: 18 Moses Mbye 19 Josh Reynolds 20 Matt Eisenhuth 21 Chris McQueen.
Warriors: 1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c) 2 David Fusitu’a 3 Peta Hiku 4 Solomone Kata 5 Ken Maumalo 6 Adam Keighran 7 Blake Green 8 Agnatius Paasi 9 Nathaniel Roache 10 Bunty Afoa 11 Adam Blair 12 Tohu Harris 13 Lachlan Burr.
Interchange: 14 Jazz Tevaga 15 Sam Lisone 16 Leeson Ah Mau 17 Isaiah Papali’i. Reserves: 18 Gerard Beale Chanel Harris-Tavita 22 Issac Luke 23 Ligi Sao.