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After a crucial win against the Titans last weekend, Penrith has kept in touch with the top eight and remain just one win out from the last finals spot.

The Panthers host Canterbury in another big game for Anthony Griffin’s men, although they’ll have to do it without captain Matt Moylan, who has been left out of Thursday’s game with a hamstring injury.

Bryce Cartwright returns but is only listed as a reserve, as Tyrone May will replace Moylan at five-eighth.

The Bulldogs’ season is all but over, although they will welcome back James Graham after he overcame a neck injury.

Three wins in a row see the Panthers up and about in their quest for post-season football, and they’ll be buoyed by their previous result against the Bulldogs, as they stormed to a 38-0 away win.

It won’t be to the same effect, the Penrith will manage the same result here.

Panthers by 14.

Team Lists

Team Stats

Scoring Plays

Panthers   Bulldogs
3 Tries 1
1 Conversions 1
1 Penalty Goals 1
0 Field Goals 0


Panthers   Bulldogs
176 All Runs 199
1,610 All Run Metres 1,668
1 Line Breaks 2
8 Offloads 21


Panthers   Bulldogs
662 Kick Metres 583
0 40/20 0
356 Tackles 345
34 Missed Tackles 15


Panthers   Bulldogs
6 Penalties Conceded 4
9 Errors 10
0 Sin Bin 0
0 Send Offs 0

Player Stats

Top Run Metres

Dylan Edwards229
David Klemmer212
Will Hopoate208
James Tamou183
Josh Mansour170

Top Kick Metres

Nathan Cleary460
Matt Frawley281
Josh Reynolds212
Peter Wallace177
Moses Mbye72




  1. the riff put the final nail in the dogs coffin but soon to seal there own fate and dragons fate both will miss the 8 titans will be a bolter and get in before them both eels also a likely candidate to miss out

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