Sydney
Roosters
28
Canterbury-Bankstown
Bulldogs
24
FULLTIME
2017-03-09T09:05:00Z
Allianz Stadium

Preview

Three Things You Should Know

  • The Roosters stamped their credentials as a genuine force in 2017 with a convincing 32-18 win over the Gold Coast Titans last week.
  • The Bulldogs will be motivated to bounce back after a tough 12-6 loss against the Storm last week.
  • Playing at home, the Roosters will be carrying plenty of confidence after their win but the Bulldogs forward pack will push them to their limit.

TIP: Roosters by 4

Team Lists

Team Stats


Scoring Plays

Roosters   Bulldogs
5 Tries 5
3 Conversions 2
1 Penalty Goals 0
0 Field Goals 0

Attack

Roosters   Bulldogs
156 All Runs 155
1,358 All Run Metres 1,330
5 Line Breaks 3
9 Offloads 10

Defense

Roosters   Bulldogs
572 Kick Metres 422
1 40/20 0
309 Tackles 287
20 Missed Tackles 22

Discipline

Roosters   Bulldogs
5 Penalties Conceded 2
12 Errors 8
0 Sin Bin 0
0 Send Offs 0

Player Stats


Top Kick Metres

 PlayerTOT
Mitchell Pearce383
Moses Mbye313
Luke Keary117
Josh Reynolds84
Jake Friend56

Summary

Roosters 28 (Daniel Tupou 2, Boyd Cordner, Blake Ferguson, Mitchell Aubusson tries; Michael Gordon 4 goals) def. Bulldogs 24 (Josh Morris 2, Kerrod Holland, Brett Morris, Adam Elliott tries; Moses Mbye 2 goals) at Allianz Stadium. Half-time: 16-8. Crowd: 13,505.