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The Dragons have won 4 of the last 6 clashes with the Tigers including a 28-6 win in Round 5 this year. Dragons winger Jason Nightingale scored a hat-trick in the 22-point victory. The Dragons have also won 4 of the last 5 clashes against the Tigers at ANZ Stadium.
The Dragons are fifth on the ladder with a 7-4 record. They lost three straight before entering the bye with a dominant 30-14 win over the Warriors in New Zealand. The Dragons have conceded at least 13 in five straight after doing so just once in the first six rounds. The Saints have scored 22-plus in 6 of their last 8. The Tigers are down in 15th on the ladder with a 3-8 record. The Tigers dropped their last three before the bye, following a respectable 22-16 loss to Cronulla with embarrassing performances against South Sydney and Brisbane. The Tigers have conceded at least 22 points in 8 of their last 10 and have lost the last two matches by a combined 64-8.
The Tigers are struggling at the moment, while the Dragons have been the surprise packets of the competition. The Dragons will only be boosted by the return of Gareth Widdop and look to have a clear advantage in the forwards. The Red V should win this one comfortably.
After having the week off with the bye in Round 12, both the Dragons and Tigers continue their respective NRL campaigns to launch Super Saturday – but they are coming into this showdown in deeply contrasting fashion.
The Dragons have been the surprise packets of the season, with only last year’s grand finalists Melbourne and Cronulla above them on the ladder as we enter the halfway mark of the campaign.
Ranked second in attack and third in defence, the Dragons have transformed into a formidable force, led by a forward pack that has all of a sudden become one of the most feared in the competition.
Despite losing Gareth Widdop and Josh Dugan for an extended period, the Dragons have managed to retain a spot in the top four, and they head into this encounter on the back of a big win away to the Warriors a fortnight ago.
Things couldn’t be going in a more opposite direction at the Tigers. Ivan Cleary’s side haven’t got going since he replaced the sacked Jason Taylor and they are coming off a 36-0 demolition at the hands of the Broncos two weeks ago.
Dragons: 1. Jason Nightingale 2. Nene Macdonald 3. Taane Milne 4. Tim Lafai 5. Kalifa Faifai Loa 6. Kurt Mann 7. Josh McCrone 8. Russell Packer 9. Cameron McInnes 10. Paul Vaughan 11. Tariq Sims 12. Joel Thompson 13. Jack de Belin Interchange: 14. Jacob Host 15. Leeson Ah Mau 16. Hame Sele 17. Jai Field 18. Tyrone McCarthy 19. Josh Dugan 20. Tyson Frizell 21. Gareth Widdop 22. Blake Lawrie.
Tigers: 1. James Tedesco 2. David Nofoaluma 3. Malakai Watene-Zelezniak 4. Moses Suli 5. Kevin Naiqama 6. Tuimoala Lolohea 7. Jack Littlejohn 8. Aaron Woods 9. Matt McIlwrick 10. Ava Seumanufagai 11. Kyle Lovett 16. Chris Lawrence 13. Elijah Taylor 14. Tim Grant 15. Jj Felise 17. Joel Edwards 18. Jacob Liddle 19. Esan Marsters 20. Matthew Eisenhuth 21. Jordan Rankin 22. Michael Chee-Kam.