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Canterbury and Canberra have yet to really get going so far this season, with both teams on eight competition points with a 4-4 record and coming into this clash on the back of disappointing performances last week.
However the Raiders seem to be in a better position and certainly have more potential to fire as far as I’m concerned. Canberra, when they click and get it right, are arguably the most dangerous side in attack in the competition, while the Bulldogs are near the bottom when it comes to creativity and inspiration going forward.
Canberra have demonstrated what can happen when everything fires for them – just look at their massive wins over the Titans and Tigers, while they were solid in tough away defeats to the Cowboys and Broncos.
Last week they really should have put away a gritty Manly side, but in the end a Dylan Walker penalty goal handed the Sea Eagles victory in golden point, meaning the Raiders have slipped to seventh on the ladder coming into this showdown.
The Bulldogs, after a turbulent start to the season, were just beginning to hit their stride with three consecutive wins in the lead-up to last week’s game against the Tigers, but they fell back into old habits and were generally quiet all across the paddock in a 18-12 loss.
Truth be told, the Bulldogs were barely in the contest for the final 20 minutes, and a better team than the Tigers would have won by a great margin. A team like the Raiders…
I just don’t see the Bulldogs scoring enough points to trouble a team like the Raiders, who will cross the line a number of times on Saturday. Canberra have won their last two meetings, and if they play somewhere near their best on Saturday, they’ll win again.
Canterbury Bulldogs: 1 Brett Morris 2 Kerrod Holland 3 Josh Morris 4 Brenko Lee 5 Marcelo Montoya 6 Josh Reynolds 7 Moses Mbye 8 Aiden Tolman 9 Michael Lichaa 10 James Graham (c) 11 Josh Jackson 12 Greg Eastwood 13 David Klemmer Interchange 14 Sam Kasiano 15 Danny Fualalo 16 Adam Elliott 17 Raymond Faitala-Mariner 19 Francis Tualai 20 Matt Frawley 21 Reimis Smith 23 Will Hopoate
Canberra Raiders: 1 Jack Wighton 2 Nick Cotric 3 Jarrod Croker (c) 4 Joseph Leilua 5 Jordan Rapana 6 Blake Austin 7 Aidan Sezer 8 Junior Paulo 9 Josh Hodgson 10 Shannon Boyd 11 Josh Papalii 12 Elliott Whitehead 13 Joe Tapine Interchange 14 Adam Clydsdale 15 Luke Bateman 16 Clay Priest 17 Iosia Soliola 18 Dunamis Lui 19 Scott Sorensen 20 Makahesi Makatoa 21 Lachlan Croker