The Broncos charged home to victory last weekend after trailing 14-0 inside 10 minutes as they registered their fifth consecutive win to sit just two points off the top spot on the NRL ladder.
This week, they come up against a Tigers side who were disappointing last week and will be without Mitchell Moses in the halves, after he was finally granted a release to Parramatta earlier this week.
The Tigers have won four out of their 10 at Suncorp Stadium, including a 19-18 win last season, a reasonably impressive record against the league heavyweights.
It’s time for Luke Brooks to officially lead this team, with fellow members of the ‘Big Four’ either gone or going, Brooks must take the reigns. He’ll be paired with Jack Littlejohn in the halves this weekend against an exciting and unpredictable duo of Anthony Milford and Kodi Nikorima.
James Roberts returns to bolster the Broncos side in a game which the Broncos should win comfortably.
However, they will want a more complete performance than the one they showed last week.
Broncos by 14.
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