The last two games between these teams saw a total of 158 points scored with each team taking home a win but will we see another high-scoring game?

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Cowboys Vs Tigers – Friday 6:00pm

The Tigers may have lost five of their last five games but we feel like they haven’t been playing terrible footy and with the Cowboys being less than convincing there is a chance to take on the huge line.

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • The North Queensland Cowboys have won four of their last six NRL matches against Wests Tigers (L2), including a 74-0 victory when they last met (1 July 2023) – the third biggest winning margin in a game in premiership history (St George 91-6 v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs – 11 May 1935 and Sydney Roosters 87-7 v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs – 18 May 1935).
  • The North Queensland Cowboys have won their last three NRL matches against Wests Tigers in Queensland, as many as they won across their eight meetings in the state prior to that span (W3 L5); a fourth consecutive win in this game would equal the Cowboys’ longest winning run in such fixtures (W4 from July 2000 to May 2003).
  • The North Queensland Cowboys have not been outscored in both halves of any of their last four NRL games after not winning either half in three of their four previous games in the competition.
  • The North Queensland Cowboys have lost their last two NRL matches at Queensland Country Bank Stadium by an average margin of four points per game; the last time they recorded a longer losing run at the venue was a six-match span from June 2021 to March 2022.
  • The Wests Tigers have lost their last seven consecutive NRL games, scoring an average of just 12 points per game in that time; in fact, they’ve scored 20+ points in a game only once across their last 12 fixtures in the competition.
  • The Wests Tigers have lost their last four straight NRL games in Queensland by an average margin of 28 points per game including a 0-74 loss in their last meeting with the North Queensland Cowboys at Queensland Country Bank Stadium.
  • The Wests Tigers have conceded just one try in the final 10 minutes of games this NRL season, fewer than any other team in the competition; though, their four tries scored during this period are two fewer than the North Queensland Cowboys (6).
  • Scott Drinkwater (North Queensland Cowboys) has been directly involved in 10 tries across his last two NRL games against the Wests Tigers (2 tries, 8 try assists) but has not scored a try in his last five games overall.
  • Isaiah Papali’i (Wests Tigers) has faced the North Queensland Cowboys seven times in his NRL career, his joint-most games against any opponent that he has never scored a try against.
  • Kyle Feldt (North Queensland Cowboys) has scored nine tries across his last 10 games against the Wests Tigers in the NRL and has scored one try in each of his last two games in the competition overall.
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