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Canberra Raiders aim to continue their solid start to the season when they face an under-pressure North Queensland Cowboys in NRL Round 4 action on Saturday.
North Queensland and Canberra bring contrasting form and records into this Round 4 showdown in Townsville on Saturday.
The Raiders are looking good to return to finals football in these early stages of the season, winning two of their first three matches and noticeably improving their defence, which was the biggest issue holding them back.
However, the Cowboys have been extremely disappointing since an opening round win over the Dragons, leaking 29 and 42 points respectively against the Broncos and Sharks over the last fortnight.
The most worrying aspect of last week’s loss to the Sharks was how poorly they fell off the pace in the second half, with the Cowboys now possessing the third worst defence in the competition behind the Warriors and Bulldogs.
Canberra meanwhile have only conceded 32 points combined in their there games, shutting out the Titans in Round 1, conceding 22 to a rampaging Melbourne in Round 2 and defeating a solid Newcastle side 17-10 last week.
Unsurprisingly, the Raiders have kept the same 17 players from that win for this clash, while Paul Green has also opted not to make any changes despite his side’s collapse last week.
Canberra have won the last two meetings between the sides, and on the back of their improved defence, I think they’ll prevail again on Saturday. The Cowboys aren’t looking good without Jason Taumalolo and I don’t see them outscoring Canberra – or keeping them out for that matter.
Cowboys: 1 Te Maire Martin 2 Nene Macdonald 3 Jordan Kahu 4 Ben Hampton 5 Javid Bowen 6 Jake Clifford 7 Michael Morgan 8 Matt Scott 9 Jake Granville 10 Jordan McLean 11 Gavin Cooper 12 Coen Hess 13 Josh McGuire.
Interchange: 14 John Asiata 15 Corey Jensen 16 Mitchell Dunn 17 Francis Molo. Reserves: 18 Shane Wright 19 Justin O’Neill 20 Peter Hola 21 Enari Tuala
Raiders: 1 Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad 2 Nick Cotric 3 Jarrod Croker 4 Joseph Leilua 5 Jordan Rapana 6 Jack Wighton 7 Sam Williams 8 Josh Papalii 9 Josh Hodgson 10 Dunamis Lui 11 John Bateman 12 Elliott Whitehead 13 Ryan Sutton
Interchange: 14 Siliva Havili 15 Hudson Young 16 Sia Soliola 17 Corey Horsburgh Reserves: 19 Jack Murchie 20 Bailey Simonsson 21 JJ Collins