The last two games between these teams saw the Raiders win by six or less but with the Roosters in fine form this season, do you think they can keep the winning run going?

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Raiders Vs Roosters – Saturday 3:00pm

The Roosters may have lost their first game in four outings against the Sharks last week but the Raiders are now looking for three straight victories which should make this a Saturday blockbuster.

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Canberra Raiders have won each of their last two NRL matches against the Sydney Roosters despite not outscoring them in the second halves of each of those two games; the Raiders had won only two of their eight meetings against the Roosters prior to that span (L6).
  • The Canberra Raiders have won six of their last eight NRL matches against the Sydney Roosters at GIO Stadium (L2), including a 22-16 victory when they last met at the venue (5 June 2022); although, the Raiders have led at halftime on the day in only three of the eight games in that span.
  • The Canberra Raiders have won four of their last six NRL games including their last two in a row in which they came from behind at half-time on both occasions; in fact, the last time they won more than two NRL games in succession was a three-game stretch from Round 17 to 19 in 2023 which included a 20-18 win against the Sydney Roosters.
  • Three of the Canberra Raiders’ last four NRL games at GIO Stadium have been decided by a margin of 20 points or more on the day with the Raiders logging three wins and one loss in that frame.
  • The Sydney Roosters have scored 30+ points in each of their last four NRL games, picking up three wins in that frame; the last time they scored 30+ points in more consecutive games was a five-game streak from Round 23 to the first week of the finals in the 2004 season.
  • The Sydney Roosters have lost six of their last 10 NRL games outside New South Wales, scoring an average of 19.5 points per game across that term; though, they’ve scored 40 and 30 points in their last two games outside their home state.
  • The Sydney Roosters have scored one try for every 7.3 play-the-balls in the opposition 20m zone this NRL season, the most frequent of any team in the competition, while only the Wests Tigers (1 every 15.3 PTBs) have scored less frequently than the Canberra Raiders (1 every 15.1 PTBs).
  • Hudson Young (Canberra Raiders) has scored five tries across his last six NRL games including three tries in his last two appearances; indeed, he has scored the last try of the game on three occasions this season which is the joint-most of any player in the competition.
  • Xavier Savage (Canberra Raiders) has scored one try in eight of his last 12 NRL games and crossed for one try in his only previous appearance against the Sydney Roosters (Round 13, 2022).
  • Joseph Manu (Sydney Roosters) has scored five tries across his last four NRL games against the Canberra Raiders including two in his last game against them (Round 17, 2023); he also made two try assists in that term.
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