The Sharks are showing they are the real deal this year and have another chance to make a statement with a win against the Panthers at home.

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Sharks Vs Panthers – Saturday 5:30pm

The Panthers will still be without Cleary and will be looking to avoid back to back losses when they take on the competition leaders this week.

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Penrith Panthers have won six of their last seven NRL matches against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (L1), including each of their last two; the Panthers have kept the Sharks scoreless on the day in two of their last three wins in that span, including a 28-0 victory when they last met (29 July 2023).
  • The Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks have won their last five NRL matches against the Penrith Panthers at PointsBet Stadium – their longest winning run against them at the venue since the NRL era began in 1998; although, each of their last four meetings in that span have been decided by margins no greater than four points on the day.
  • The Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks have won their last seven consecutive NRL games despite not leading at half-time in any of their last three; though, no team has outscored them in the second half of a game since the Wests Tigers in Round 3 this season.
  • The Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks have won six of their last seven NRL matches at PointsBet Stadium (L1), including each of their last four; the Sharks have conceded exactly six points on the day in four of their six wins in that span.
  • The Penrith Panthers will be looking to avoid back-to-back NRL losses for the first time since Round 9 last season after succumbing to a 20-22 loss to the New Zealand Warriors in their last game; in fact, they’ve been outscored in the second halves of five of their last seven games.
  • The Penrith Panthers have lost three of their seven games in the 2024 NRL season when playing as the away team on the day which is as many as they had lost in their 12 games as visitors in the 2023 campaign.
  • Thomas Hazelton (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks) has scored one try in four of his last five NRL games as well as making one try assist in the only game in that span in which he did not score a try.
  • Dylan Edwards (Penrith Panthers) has been directly involved in 10 tries across his last seven NRL games, scoring five tries and making five try assists in that frame; though, he’s scored only one try across his last five games against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks after scoring four in his first four games against them.
  • Nicholas Hynes (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks) has made exactly two try assists in each of his last five NRL games but has neither scored nor assisted a try across his last three games against the Penrith Panthers.
  • Jarome Luai (Penrith Panthers) has been directly involved in seven tries across his last five NRL games against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (3 tries, 4 try assists) and has crossed for one try in each of his last two games against them.
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  • $150 Sharks -2.5 @ $1.90 – Bet Here
  • $50 Over 39.5 Match Points @ $1.83 – Bet Here
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