The Dragons will be confident heading to this one with all Origin stars being cleared to play while the Tigers are looking to end a losing streak.

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Dragons Vs Tigers – Friday 8:00pm

The Cowboys have been inconsistent and have found way too many errors in their game for us to have confidence in backing them here.

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • The St George Illawarra Dragons have won four of their last five NRL matches against Wests Tigers (L1), including each of their last two despite trailing at halftime on the day in three of their four wins in that span; the last time they recorded a longer winning run against them was a four-match span from June 2009 to May 2011.
  • The St George Illawarra Dragons have won each of their last two NRL matches against Wests Tigers at WIN Stadium in Wollongong by margins no greater than six points on the day; they will be aiming for a third consecutive win against them at the venue for the first time in the history of the competition.
  • The St George Illawarra Dragons have won three of their last four NRL matches as the home team on the day (L1), including a 28-14 victory against the South Sydney Rabbitohs in their last home fixture (11 May 2024); they have scored 20+ points in each of their three wins in that span.
  • The St George Illawarra Dragons have won each of their last two NRL matches at WIN Stadium in Wollongong, conceding exactly 12 points on the day in each of those two wins; they had won only one of their six games at the venue prior to that span (L5).
  • Wests Tigers have lost their last eight NRL matches by an average margin of 12.8 points per game; they have been outscored in both halves on the day in six of those eight games.
  • Wests Tigers have won only one of their last 14 NRL matches as the away team on the day (L13) – a 17-16 victory against the Parramatta Eels (1 April 2024); they have conceded 31.6 points per game across those 14 games.
  • Wests Tigers have won 25% of their matches in the 2024 NRL season when they have scored the first points of the game on the day (1/4) – the second lowest rate of any team in the campaign (Parramatta Eels – 20%).
  • Tyrell Sloan (St George Illawarra Dragons) has scored two tries and provided four try assists across his last six NRL matches; although, he’s recorded only one direct try involvement across four career appearances against Wests Tigers (1 try).
  • Apisai Koroisau (Wests Tigers) has scored two tries and provided two try assists across his last five NRL matches against the St George Illawarra Dragons; although, he’s scored only one try in his last nine games in the competition overall.
  • Luciano Leilua (St George Illawarra Dragons) has scored three tries in his last five NRL matches against Wests Tigers, including a try in each of his last two games against them; although, he hasn’t scored a try across his last 13 games in the competition overall.
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