Wests
Tigers
8
South Sydney
Rabbitohs
28
FULLTIME
2017-05-12T09:50:00Z
ANZ Stadium

Preview

The┬áTigers have been a much-improved side under Ivan Cleary and even though this hasn’t fully translated into the win column, there is a lot more hope at Concord than there was in the earlier rounds of the season.

Jamal Idris has picked up a season-ending ACL injury while captain Aaron Woods is out with a groin injury with the remainder of the Tigers forwards needing to pick up the slack in place of their missing skipper.

The Rabbitohs welcome back Braidon Burns into their backline as they look to put in a much-improved performance following a 46-8 drubbing at the hands of Manly two weeks ago.

This is a tough one to pick, and while the bookies have the Rabbitohs as slight favourites, the spirit and effort which the Tigers have played with in recent weeks make them a good pick.

Plus, how often do you back a team coming off a 38-point loss?

Tigers by 4.

Team Lists

Team Stats


Scoring Plays

Tigers   Rabbitohs
1 Tries 5
1 Conversions 4
1 Penalty Goals 0
0 Field Goals 0

Attack

Tigers   Rabbitohs
161 All Runs 219
1,331 All Run Metres 1,736
1 Line Breaks 6
6 Offloads 13

Defense

Tigers   Rabbitohs
616 Kick Metres 604
0 40/20 0
367 Tackles 288
57 Missed Tackles 14

Discipline

Tigers   Rabbitohs
6 Penalties Conceded 4
11 Errors 12
1 Sin Bin 0
0 Send Offs 0

Player Stats

Summary

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. Just looking at the stats above, 58 missed tackles from the tigers, nine from moses himself. That is beyond atrocious. Hope whichever eels second rower that defends next to him eats his weetbix as he’ll be tackling for two.

  2. Yeah pretty ordinary Moses, me thinks Parrra has bought a dud, that was a good solid team Souths put out there last night and Farah should be the SOO hooker after that performance, lets hope Souths can keep it going

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