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Manly Sea Eagles look to get their season back on track on Sunday afternoon when they take on the Canterbury Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium to conclude NRL Round 24 action.
Has there been a harder team to get a read on than the Sea Eagles this season? Trent Barrett’s side have experienced a roller-coaster season, combined with euphoric highs and disastrous lows.
Unfortunately one of the low points surfaced last week as Manly were chased down in the second half by the 15th-placed Tigers, with the joint-venture side stealing the two points in the final minutes.
The loss means Manly are now facing a struggle to retain their top eight status, let alone mount a challenge for the top four – a position in the ladder they were capable of finishing just a couple of weeks ago.
Nevertheless, the Sea Eagles have a decent run home, and if they can’t beat the Bulldogs on Sunday they shouldn’t be playing finals footy.
Canterbury’s form all season has arguably been worse than any other team in the competition, despite the Titans, Tigers and Knight sitting below them on the ladder.
The Bulldogs are club in crisis – salary cap drama, player revolt and a coach who has lost the support of the fans. Attack has again been the major problem at Belmore, with the Bulldogs scoring the least amount of points of any side in the competition – and as it stands, Hazem el Masri scored more points by himself in 2004 than the entire Bulldogs team combined in 2017.
Canterbury have seemingly packed it in early and thrown in the towel for 2017 – meaning there is a great chance for Manly to return to the winners circle and improve their points differential while they’re at it. The Sea Eagles thumped the Dogs 36-0 earlier this season and they should demolish them again on Sunday.
Bulldogs: 1. William Hopoate 2. Brett Morris 3. Josh Morris 4. Brenko Lee 5. Marcelo Montoya 6. Matt Frawley 7. Chase Stanley 8. Aiden Tolman 9. Moses Mbye 10. James Graham 11. Josh Jackson 12. Adam Elliot 13. David Klemmer 14. Francis Tualau 15. Raymond Faitala-Mariner 16. Danny Fualalo 17. Michael Lichaa 19. Andy Saunders 20. Rhyse Martin 21. Asipeli Fine 23. Kerrod Holland.
Sea Eagles: 1. Tom Trbojevic 2. Matthew Wright 3. Dylan Walker 4. Brian Kelly 5. Akuila Uate 6. Blake Green 7. Daly Cherry-Evans 8. Brenton Lawrence 9. Apisai Koroisau 10. Martin Taupau 11. Frank Winterstein 12. Shaun Lane 13. Jake Trbojevic 14. Lewis Brown 15. Lloyd Perrett 16. Darcy Lussick 17. Addin Fonua-blake 18. Jarrad Kennedy 19. Cameron Cullen 20. Jackson Hastings 21. Jonathan Wright.