The Roosters have hit top gear in recent weeks and have looked like a premiership threat while the Warriors have really struggled to find their best footy.

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Roosters Vs Warrios – Sunday 2:00pm

The task for the Warriors looks a little too tough today with the Roosters looking like the team that is playing the best footy at the moment

Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Sydney Roosters have won their last seven NRL matches on the bounce against the New Zealand Warriors, the longest winning run by either team in this fixture in premiership history; although, each of the last three first halves in that span have seen neither team score more than eight points on the day.
  • The Sydney Roosters have won their last five NRL matches against the New Zealand Warriors in New South Wales; three of their last four wins in that span have come by an exact eight-point margin on the day, including each of their last two meetings in the state.
  • The New Zealand Warriors have lost their last three NRL matches; the last time they recorded a longer losing run in the competition was a four-match span from July to August in 2022 – three of their last four games in the competition have been decided by margins no greater than six points on the day (D1 L3) including each of their last two.
  • The Sydney Roosters have won three of their last four NRL matches (L1), including each of their last two; the Roosters have scored 40+ points in each of their last two games in that span – only twice they’ve scored as many in more consecutive games in premiership history (3 – August 1935 and 3 – May to June 1935).
  • The New Zealand Warriors have won only one of their last seven NRL matches in Australia (L6) – a 34-4 victory against the South Sydney Rabbitohs (6 April 2024); six of their seven games in that span have seen the winning team score 30+ points on the day.
  • The Sydney Roosters have not been outscored in any of their last seven second halves in the NRL at Allianz Stadium; although, the Roosters have won only four of the seven games at the venue in that span (L3).
  • Joseph Manu (Sydney Roosters) has scored seven tries in his last seven NRL matches, including at least one try in each of his last three games in that span (4 total tries); although, he has not scored a try in his last four games in the competition against the New Zealand Warriors.
  • Shaun Johnson (New Zealand Warriors) has been directly involved in 12 tries in his last seven NRL matches (4 tries, 8 try assists), including four tries and six try assists in his last five games; although, he’s logged only two direct try involvements in his last four games against the Sydney Roosters (2 try assists).
  • Sam Walker (Sydney Roosters) has scored three tries and provided three try assists in his last five NRL matches; he’s scored a try in each of his last two games in the competition against the New Zealand Warriors.
  • Addin Fonua-Blake (New Zealand Warriors) has scored the first try of the game in two matches this NRL season, the only forward in the campaign to have done so more than once; his most recent try against the Sydney Roosters came in Round 2, 2023.

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