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Sharks vs Bulldogs kicks off at 4:10pm AEST on Sunday at Southern Cross Stadium. The game will be broadcast live on Fox Sports in Australia.
The Sharks have recorded six wins this season and currently sit eighth on the ladder, but their points differential remains a minus at negative 13. This come back to haunt them at the business end of the year so it stands to reason they will be out to win by as many points as possible to put themselves into a positive situation.
The Bulldogs bounced back well last week to record their first win in a month. With salary cap dramas to deal with, the 20-12 victory over the Eels was welcomed by players and fans alike. A reduction in their error rate contributed largely to the win.
The Sharks were up against it in the national capital where several key players were missing including captain Paul Gallen, fullback Josh Dugan and back-rowers Luke Lewis and Wade Graham. But they stuck to their guns and played the full 80 mins and came home too strong for the Raiders.
Sharks front rower Andrew Fifita is in great form of late and his match-up against Aaron Woods and David Klemmer will be a battle not to miss.
The battle in the halves could decide the game with Chad Townsend and Matt Moylan locking horns with Keiran Foran and Matt Frawley. A first-class kicking game could be all the difference here.
There is never much between these sides when they do clash and last year’s only meeting supports that where the Sharks got away with a 9-8 victory in round 12.
Despite their large injury toll, I believe the Sharks will relish the home ground advantage and take the points here.
Cronulla Sharks: 1 Valentine Holmes, 2 Sosaia Feki, 3 Jesse Ramien, 4 Ricky Leutele, 5 Edrick Lee, 6 Matt Moylan, 7 Chad Townsend, 8 Andrew Fifita, 9 Jayden Brailey, 10 Matt Prior, 11 Kurt Capewell, 11 Jayson Bukuya, 13 Paul Gallen (c)
Interchange: 14 Joseph Paulo, 15 James Segeyaro, 16 Ava Seumanufagai, 17 Jack Williams
Reserves: 18 Kurt Dillon, 19 Braden Uele, 20 Luke Lewis, 21 Josh Dugan
Canterbury Bulldogs: 1 Moses Mbye, 2 Brett Morris, 3 Josh Morris, 4 Will Hopoate, 5 Marcelo Montoya, 6 Matt Frawley, 7 Kieran Foran, 8 Aaron Woods, 9 Jeremy Marshall-King, 10 David Klemmer, 11 Josh Jackson (c), 12 Raymond Faitala-Mariner, 13 Rhyse Martin
Interchange: 14 Adam Elliott, 15 Clay Priest, 16 Renouf Toomaga, 17 Kerrod Holland
Reserves: 19 Greg Eastwood, 20 John Olive, 21 Asipeli Fine, 23 Michael Lichaa