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A spot in the top eight is up for grabs as the Broncos and Raiders do battle on Saturday night at Suncorp Stadium.
The eighth-placed Broncos have won five of their last seven matches, but they are still to really hit their straps this season, while the ninth-placed Raiders have lost three of their last five – but come into this showdown on the back of a thumping 48-12 victory over the Tigers two weeks ago.
It’s been hard to get a read on either side this season. Brisbane are ranked 10th in attack and a lowly 12th in defence, but they’ve been rising up the table over the last two months. Those numbers suggest an element of luck, and surely if they continue on the same path, that will catch up with them as they attempt to lock down a finals spot.
Canberra meanwhile have always had a problem with closing out tight games, and 2018 has unfortunately been no different.
The Raiders continue to fall short in close games, but they took a step in the right direction in their last fixture as they came back from a 12-10 half-time deficit against the Tigers to surge home and put 48 points on the joint-venture side.
Having scored 21 or more points in their last three games, attack isn’t the issue for Canberra (they rank third in the NRL in that department). Indeed, it’s their defence that’s losing them games, and they need to tighten up in that regard if they are going to make an impact later on in the season.
Brisbane have a tremendous record against Canberra, and if they can keep the scoreline close going into the final 20, I’m going to back them home. There’s always the danger that the Raiders could blow them away, but if the going gets tough, I think the Broncos will find a way to win.
Brisbane Broncos: 1 Darius Boyd (c), 2 Corey Oates, 3 James Roberts, 4 Jordan Kahu, 5 Jamayne Isaako, 6 Anthony Milford, 7 Kodi Nikorima, 8 Matthew Lodge, 9 Andrew McCullough, 10 Sam Thaiday, 11 Tevita Pangai jnr, 12 Jaydn Su’A, 13 Josh McGuire
Interchange: 14 Patrick Mago, 15 Joe Ofahengaue, 16 Tom Opacic, 17 Alex Glenn
Reserves: 18 Korbin Sims, 19 Troy Dargan, 20 Sam Tagataese, 21 David Fifita, 22 Kotoni Staggs, 23 Gehamat Shibasaki
Canberra Raiders: 1 Jack Wighton, 2 Nick Cotric, 3 Jarrod Croker (c), 4 Joseph Leilua, 5 Michael Oldfield, 6 Blake Austin, 7 Aidan Sezer, 8 Iosia Soliola, 9 Josh Hodgson, 10 Shannon Boyd, 11 Joseph Tapine, 12 Elliott Whitehead, 13 Josh Papalii
Interchange: 14 Siliva Havili, 15 Junior Paulo, 16 Dunamis Lui, 17 Liam Knight
Reserves: 18 Jack Burchie, 19 Charlie Gubb, 20 Craig Garvey, 21 Brad Abbey