South Sydney
ANZ Stadium


The Panthers would have spent the past few days wondering how they did not leave 1300 Smiles Stadium without two competition points.

Matt Moylan and Nathan Cleary have this side humming, while Josh Mansour’s return has provided massive dividends.

South Sydney are coming off a bye following their encouraging win over the Titans two weeks ago. They have it all to play for, and a win will see them join the Panthers on 16 competition points.

A loss here and the Bunnies are all but out of the finals race. A six point gap looks like a bridge too far for the red and greens, if they fail to beat the Panthers.

The Panthers have a brilliant forward pack, clever halves and weapons in the outside backs. It’s hard to see them letting this opportunity slip.

Panthers by 14.

Team Lists

Team Lists

Team Stats

Scoring Plays

Rabbitohs   Panthers
7 Tries 2
7 Conversions 2
Penalty Goals 1
Field Goals


Rabbitohs   Panthers
184 All Runs 141
1,713 All Run Metres 1,354
5 Line Breaks 5
18 Offloads 4


Rabbitohs   Panthers
496 Kick Metres 410
286 Tackles 303
37 Missed Tackles 48


Rabbitohs   Panthers
6 Penalties Conceded 8
6 Errors 9
1 Sin Bin 1
Send Offs

Player Stats

Top Run Metres

Dylan Edwards222
Alex Johnston198
Cody Walker167
Trent Merrin154
Angus Crichton144

Top Kick Metres

Nathan Cleary287
Adam Reynolds279
Robbie Farah94
Matt Moylan92
John Sutton67




  1. nothing unusual here both sides season over and its just 1 side wanting to get ahead of the other , 2 useless teams in 2017

    • Your an idiot traveller if you believe that, it’s halfway through the season and the only team that looks like winning the comp is Melbourne, the rest are making up the numbers, the top eight is far from settled, both Penrith and Souths are far from a spent force and will no doubt be right in there at seasons end.

  2. stupidity at its best whoever think the rabbits have a chance , its like saying the dragons will make the 4 absolute stupidity learn the game whoever disagrees

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