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Competition leaders St George Illawarra square off against reigning premiers Melbourne in a top four blockbuster on Sunday afternoon – and it’s easily shaping as match of the round.
The Dragons are flying in 2018, winning seven of their first eight matches and ranking first in both attack and defence. Melbourne meanwhile have hit their straps after an indifferent first few rounds, winning their last three games by scoring 34+ points in each.
St George Illawarra started last season in similar fashion, but an ANZAC Day loss to the Roosters was the catalyst for their year to hit a standstill, and ultimately they finished outside the eight after losing to the Bulldogs in the final round.
The joint-venture outfit have already gotten over that initial hump in 2018, conquering the Roosters in a comprehensive ANZAC Day triumph last week and swiftly putting a disappointing loss to the Warriors from the week before behind them.
Defending champions the Storm were up-and-down over the first month or so of the competition as they came to terms with Cooper Cronk’s absence, but after settling on a halves combination, they’ve compiled a dominant three-game winning streak, toppling the Knights, Broncos and Warriors by 34+ margins.
Indeed, Melbourne produced their best performance of the season last Wednesday when they crushed the Warriors by a 50-10 scoreline at AAMI Park.
This clash has all the makings of a classic, and surely it will go right down to the wire. With both sides equipped with a superb defence, I can see a low-scoring thriller playing out here. The Dragons have the best attack and defence, while Melbourne have the second best. I’m going to tentatively lean on the side of the Dragons at home.
St George Dragons: 1 Matthew Dufty, 2 Nene Macdonald, 3 Euan Aitken, 4 Tim Lafai, 5 Jason Nightingale, 6 Gareth Widdop (c), 7 Ben Hunt, 8 James Graham, 9 Cameron McInnes, 10 Paul Vaughan, 11 Tyson Frizell, 12 Tariq Sims, 13 Jack De Belin
Interchange: 14 Jeremy Latimore, 15 Kurt Mann, 16 Leeson Ah Mau, 17 Reece Robson Reserves: 18 Jacob Host, 19 Zachary Lomax, 20 Mitchell Allgood, 21 Hame Sele
Melbourne Storm: 1 Billy Slater, 2 Suliasi Vunivalu, 3 Will Chambers, 4 Curtis Scott, 5 Josh Addo-Carr, 6 Cameron Munster, 7 Ryley Jacks, 8 Christian Welch, 9 Cameron Smith (c), 10 Nelson Asofa-Solomona, 11 Felise Kaufusi, 12 Ryan Hoffman, 13 Dale Finucane
Interchange: 14 Brandon Smith, 15 Kenny Bromwich, 16 Joe Stimson, 17 Sam Kasiano Reserves: 18 Young Tonumaipea, 19 Patrick Kaufusi, 20 Tui Kamikamica, 21 Brodie Croft