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Surprise packets St George Illawarra Dragons look to register their third win of the season and cement their early top four status when they take on the New Zealand Warriors at UOW Jubilee Oval on Sunday.
While the dominant early-season form of the Roosters and Storm was expected, not many people would have predicted the Dragons to be sitting in the top four after three rounds.
That’s exactly what’s transpired however, and the Dragons are looking like being tipping nightmare this season if the first three rounds are anything to go by.
St George Illawarra absolutely pummelled the Panthers 42-10 in their season opener, but they were pegged back in a 34-16 defeat to the Eels the following week. However the Red V were clinical last week, dispatching premiers Cronulla by six points in the derby.
We don’t really know what we’re going to get from the Dragons, but the most likely bet is their defence will remain as strong as ever, while their attack can only improve from last season. So there’s some definite positive signs.
While the Dragons appear to be heading in an upward trajectory, the same can’t be said for the Warriors, who have gone 1-2 to begin the 2017 season.
The Warriors’ only win has come against wooden-spooners Newcastle, and even in that game they were fortunate to escape after trailing in the final 10 minutes.
Attack has been a big concern for the Warriors in their last two defeats to the Storm and Bulldogs, while they’ve yet to keep any side under 22 points on the scoreboard this season.
In short, nothing’s clicking for the Warriors at present, and now a tough away trip on Sunday night beckons for the Kiwi outfit.
St George Illawarra have traditionally dominated the Warriors – especially at home – and given both sides’ current form to start the season, I think the Dragons can win this clash comfortably.
St George Dragons: 1 Josh Dugan 2 Nene Macdonald 3 Euan Aitken 4 Tim Lafai 5 Jason Nightingale 6 Gareth Widdop (c) 7 Josh McCrone 8 Russell Packer 9 Cameron McInnes 10 Paul Vaughan 11 Tyson Frizell 12 Joel Thompson 13 Jack de Belin 14 Tariq Sims 15 Leeson Ah Mau 16 Jacob Host 17 Kurt Mann 18 Jai Field 19 Taane Milne 20 Luciano Leilua 21 Hame Sele
New Zealand Warriors: 1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, 2 Tuimoala Lolohea, 3 David Fusitu’a, 4 Solomone Kata, 5 Ken Maumalo, 6 Mafoa’aeata Hingano, 7 Shaun Johnson, 8 Albert Vete, 9 Issac Luke, 10 Jacob Lillyman, 11 Bodene Thompson, 12 Ryan Hoffman, 13 Simon Mannering. Interchange: 14 Erin Clark, 15 Charlie Gubb, 16 Sam Lisone, 17 Bunty Afoa, 18 James Gavet, 20 Ligi Sao, 21 Blake Ayshford, 22 Kieran Foran