The Storm have a great record against the Sharks but with a couple of injuries to star players, we could see that great record shaken today.

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Storm Vs Sharks – Saturday 7:35pm

The Storm may have a great record against the Sharks but the Fitzgibbon-led team looks to be a different team this season.

Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Melbourne Storm have won six of their last seven NRL matches against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (L1), despite leading at halftime on the day only three times in that span; the Storm defeated the Sharks 54-10 in their most recent meeting (11 June 2023) – the biggest win by either team in the history of this fixture.
  • The Melbourne Storm have won 14 of their last 16 NRL matches against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in Victoria (L2), including each of their last five; the Storm have scored 42 points per game across their last four wins in that span.
  • The Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks have won their last five NRL matches on the bounce by an average margin of 22.4 points per game; the last time they recorded a longer winning run in the competition was a six-match span from July to September in 2022.
  • The Melbourne Storm have won their last five NRL matches on the bounce by an average margin of 9.2 points per game; the last time they recorded a longer winning run in the competition was a six-match span from April to May in 2022.
  • The Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks have won three of their last four NRL matches away from PointsBet Stadium (L1), including each of their last two – the Sharks have scored 30+ points on the day in each of those last two games.
  • The Melbourne Storm have won their last 14 NRL matches on the bounce at AAMI Park by an average margin of 17 points per game; their last defeat at the venue was a 12-26 loss against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (11 March 2023).
  • The Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks have gone on to win four of their five games in the 2024 NRL season where they have not led at halftime on the day (L1) – two more than any other team in the competition in such fixtures; although, the Melbourne Storm have won all six of their games they’ve led at the break this season – more than any other team.
  • The Melbourne Storm (5/5) are one of two teams in the 2024 NRL season with a 100% rate when scoring the opening points in matches (Sydney Roosters – 2/2); only the Brisbane Broncos (2) have conceded the first score in fewer games this season than the Storm (3) and Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (3).
  • Ronaldo Mulitalo (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks) has scored four tries and provided a try assist in his last three NRL matches against the Melbourne Storm, scoring at least one try in each of those three games; he’s scored six tries in his last five games overall.
  • Cameron Munster (Melbourne Storm) has scored two tries and provided six try assists in his last four NRL matches, including a try in each of his last two games in that span; the last time he logged a longer try scoring run in the competition was a three-match span from Round 4 to 6 in 2023 (3 total tries).

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