Canterbury-Bankstown
Bulldogs
20
Newcastle
Knights
18
FULLTIME
2017-07-09T06:00:00Z
Belmore Sports Ground

Preview

This bottom four clash closes out a four-match round, and a win could see the Knights move off the bottom of the table.

Dane Gagai is the Knights only participant in the Origin decider, although Ken Sio and Josh Starling will also miss the clash with the Bulldogs.

Brett Morris, David Klemmer and Josh Jackson are all missing in action for Canterbury as they line-up for NSW on Wednesday, as Kerrod Holland, Raymond Faitala-Mariner and Sam Kasiano take their places in the starting 13.

Canterbury have lost their past two matches and have fallen out of touch with the finals positions, but a win here could keep their faint hopes alive.

Bulldogs by 10.

Team Lists

Team Stats


Scoring Plays

Bulldogs   Knights
3 Tries 3
3 Conversions 2
1 Penalty Goals 1
0 Field Goals 0

Attack

Bulldogs   Knights
175 All Runs 152
1,693 All Run Metres 1,407
6 Line Breaks 3
18 Offloads 3

Defense

Bulldogs   Knights
416 Kick Metres 559
0 40/20 0
290 Tackles 288
22 Missed Tackles 31

Discipline

Bulldogs   Knights
8 Penalties Conceded 5
8 Errors 8
0 Sin Bin 0
0 Send Offs 0

Player Stats

Summary

 

5 COMMENTS

  1. thanks for the pre-di/ck-tion traveller – the usual kiss of death from yourself. . ..

  2. the knights were robbed that mbye try he was offside the whole play should of not been awarded , its unfortunate the bunker cant rule on that anymore

  3. Robbed is going a little to far traveller.The numerous forward passes from Newcastle were missed the whole game.

    Lucky is the key word here. All the possession in the first half and only 8 points to show for it. Best half the dogs have had, that’s the scary thing.

  4. neither of these sides are going to make the 8 but at least the ref shouldve ruled mbye offside blind freddy could see he was way offside even before that play

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