The Bulldogs have not lost a game at home this season & will be full of confidence after winning two of their past three games against the dragons.

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Bulldogs Vs Dragons – Thursday 7:50pm

Both teams have had a mixed season which makes this a hard game to pick and that is why we have focused on the try scorer markets in our bets below.

Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have won two of their last three NRL matches against the St George Illawarra Dragons (L1), including a 18-16 victory when they last met (30 April 2023); the Bulldogs had won only two of their seven meetings against the Dragons prior to that span (L5) – they will be aiming for back-to-back wins against them in the competition for the first time since September 2017.
  • The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have won seven of their last nine NRL matches against the St George Illawarra Dragons at Accor Stadium (L2), including a 28-6 victory when they last met at the venue (14 June 2021); although, the Bulldogs have led at halftime on the day only twice in their last five meetings in that span.
  • Two of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs’ last three NRL games have been won by the team which trailed at half-time on the day; though, the Bulldogs have won only one of their last 12 games when they’ve trailed at the break.
  • The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have won their last three NRL matches at Accor Stadium, more than they won across their nine games at the venue prior to that span (W2 L7); the last time the Bulldogs recorded a longer winning run at the venue was a five-match span from June to August in 2016.
  • The St George Illawarra Dragons have won five games in the 2024 NRL season which is as many as they had won throughout the entire 2023 campaign (W5); in fact, they have won three of their last five games.
  • The St George Illawarra Dragons have won only two of their last 17 NRL games when they have played as the away team on the day despite conceding 30+ points in a game only five times in that frame.
  • No team has scored fewer tries in the final 10 minute of games this NRL season than the St George Illawarra Dragons (1) while their seven tries conceded during this period are the joint-third most of any team.
  • Josh Addo-Carr (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) has scored eight tries across his last four NRL games against the St George Illawarra Dragons despite not scoring any tries in his last game against them; he has logged two hat-tricks in that frame.
  • Jacob Kiraz (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) has scored one try in each of his last two NRL games after scoring only once in his previous five games; though, he’s faced the St George Illawarra Dragons only once in his career and finished without a try in that fixture (Round 12, 2022).
  • Jaydn Su’a (St George Illawarra Dragons) has scored one try in four of his last seven NRL games but has scored just one try from seven career appearances against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
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Our Bets

  • $50 Ravalawa To Score @ $2.29 – Bet Here
  • $150 Addo-Carr To Score @ $1.86 – Bet Here
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