Both teams had tight matches last week but the Sea Eagles had to settle for a loss and will have to turn it around this week.

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Dolphins Vs Sea Eagles – Thursday 7:50pm

It was a demolition last time these two teams played with Manly winning 58-18 but Wayne Bennett’s men are a different team this season.

Interesting Betting Insights

  • This will be the second meeting in the NRL between the Dolphins and the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and their first in Queensland; the Sea Eagles won their inaugural match 58-18 at 4 Pines Park (9 June 2023) after leading 28-6 at halftime on the day.
  • The Dolphins have trailed at halftime on the day in each of their last four NRL matches, going on to win two of those four games (L2); they have been outscored in only one of their four second halves in that span.
  • The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles are undefeated in their last two NRL matches away from 4 Pines Park (W1 D1); the last time they recorded a longer unbeaten run away from the venue was a four-match span from August to September in 2021 (W4).
  • The Dolphins have lost three of their last four NRL matches at Suncorp Stadium (W1), including each of their last two and have scored exactly 14 points on the day in each of their last two games there; they will be looking to avoid a third consecutive defeat at the venue for the first time in their history in the competition.
  • The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have conceded 30+ points on the day in six of their last seven NRL matches in Queensland (W2 L5) including each of their last five (W1 L4); they have been kept scoreless in three of their last five first halves in that span.
  • The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have led at halftime on the day in six matches in the 2024 NRL season, the joint-most of any team in the campaign (also Melbourne Storm – 6 and Brisbane Broncos – 6); although, they have gone on to win only three of those six games (D1 L2) – the Dolphins have won all three of their games when they’ve led at the break this season.
  • Jamayne Isaako (The Dolphins) has been directly involved in 17 tries in his last 14 NRL matches (15 tries, 2 try assists), including five tries and one try assist in his last four games; he’s scored five tries across six career appearances against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in the competition, including one in each of his last three games against them.
  • Tom Trbojevic (Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles) has been directly involved in 12 tries in his last seven NRL matches (6 tries, 6 try assists), recording at least one direct try involvement in each of those seven games; he scored two tries in his only career appearance against the Dolphins (Round 15, 2023).
  • Kodi Nikorima (The Dolphins) has been directly involved in seven tries in his last five NRL matches (1 try, 6 try assists), including six try assists in his last four games; he’s scored two tries and provided 10 try assists across his last seven games in the competition against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.
  • Reuben Garrick (Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles) has scored exactly two tries in each of his last two NRL matches; he scored three tries and provided three try assists in his only career appearance against the Dolphins (Round 15, 2023).

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