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The Panthers have won 6 of the last 8 against the Warriors. Penrith have won the last three in Penrith by margins of 14, 16 and 56. Both teams shared the spoils in 2016, with the Panthers winning the Round 10 clash 30-18, with Panthers utility Tyrone Peachey scoring a hat-trick. The Warriors bounced back in 21, defeating the Panthers 20-16, with both David Fusitua and Josh Mansour crossing for doubles.
Penrith have been the big disappointments of 2017 with just two wins and have dropped five straight. In those five losses, their defence has been abhorrent, conceding 21-plus in four of the defeats. The Panthers have scored more than 20 just twice this year – against Newcastle and the Tigers. New Zealand enter this off their best win of the year, a gritty 14-13 win over the Sydney Roosters. The Warriors have won three of their last five but all four of their 2017 wins have come at Mt Smart with their average loss in Australia this year being 10.67 points. The Warriors have not conceded more than 20 in their last four.
Penrith are an NRL-worst 2-7 ATS with a 6-3 under record while New Zealand are 3-6 ATS with a 6-3 under number. The Panthers have won 6 of the last 8 against the Warriors. Penrith have won the last three in Penrith by margins of 14, 16 and 56. The Warriors have scored more than 20 in just 2 of their last 8 against the Panthers. Home favourites who conceded 30-plus last start are 32-43 ATS since 2014 while home favourites of 5.5 or less are 11-21 ATS. The Panthers are just 5-10 ATS when favoured at home by less than a converted try. The Warriors have covered just 5 of their last 15 as a road outsider.
The Wolf is always cautious when tipping up the Warriors, but has been impressed with their efforts over the past two rounds against both the Storm and Roosters. It’s hard to trust the Panthers while they’re on a five match losing streak, despite their recent record over the Warriors at Penrith. Warriors in a close one.
Panthers: 1. Matt Moylan (c) 2. Peta Hiku 3. Dean Whare 4. Waqa Blake 5. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak 6. Bryce Cartwright 7. Nathan Cleary 8. James Tamou 9. Peter Wallace 10. Reagan Campbell-Gillard 11. James Fisher-Harris 12. Isaah Yeo 13. Trent Merrin. Interchange: 14. Tyrone Peachey 15. Leilani Latu 16. Tim Browne 17. Corey Harawira-Naera 18. Moses Leota 19. Sione Katoa 20. Viliame Kikau 21. Te Maire Martin.
Warriors: 1. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c) 2. David Fusitua 3. Blake Ayshford 4. Solomone Kata 5. Ken Maumalo 6. Kieran Foran 7. Shaun Johnson 8. James Gavet 9. Issac Luke 10. Jacob Lillyman 11. Bodene Thompson 12. Ryan Hoffman 13. Simon Mannering. Interchange: 14. Nathaniel Roache 15. Sam Lisone 16. Ligi Sao 17. Ben Matulino 18. Manu Vatuvei 20. Mason Lino 21. Bunty Afoa 22. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad.