The Warriors are looking for four wins on the trot but haven’t beaten the Storm in their last 15 meetings which is staggering!

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Warriors Vs Storm – Saturday 5:30pm

The Titans have shown they are capable of playing some good footy and may have the forward pack to dominate the Tigers in the wet conditions.

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Melbourne Storm have won their last 15 consecutive NRL games against the New Zealand Warriors; the last time any team won more than 15 consecutive games against a single opponent was from 1973 to 1980 when the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs won 16 straight games against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
  • The Melbourne Storm have won their last five straight NRL games against the New Zealand Warriors in New Zealand, holding them scoreless in the second halves of three of those five fixtures; the last time the Storm lost to the Warriors in New Zealand was in Round 18, 2015.
  • The New Zealand Warriors have won their last three straight NRL games including two in which they had trailed at half-time on the day; in fact, they have outscored their opposition in the second halves of 10 of their last 12 games.
  • The New Zealand Warriors’ last five NRL games at GoMedia Stadium have been decided by an average margin of just 3.8 points per game with the Warriors picking up two wins, one draw, and two losses in that frame.
  • The Melbourne Storm have conceded 20+ points in five of their last six NRL games including each of their last two after holding their opposition to fewer than 20 points in five of their previous eight games in the competition.
  • The Melbourne Storm have won six of their last seven NRL games in New Zealand including their last three in a row, conceding an average of just 9.6 points per game across that seven-game stretch; their only defeat in that span came against the Wests Tigers in Round 5, 2018.
  • The Melbourne Storm have won all their eight NRL games in 2024 when they’ve led at half-time on the break while the New Zealand Warriors have picked up competition points from three of their eight games when they’ve trailed at the break on the day this season (W2 D1).
  • Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (New Zealand Warriors) has scored six tries across his last four NRL games against the Melbourne Storm, including two tries in each of his last two games against them; he has also scored one try in each of his last two games overall.
  • Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (New Zealand Warriors) has scored three tries across his last two NRL games when starting at fullback on the day, but has scored only two tries from eight career games against the Melbourne Storm overall.
  • Jahrome Hughes (Melbourne Storm) has scored one try and made one try assist in each of his last two NRL games; furthermore, he has scored seven tries and made 13 try assists across his last nine NRL games against the New Zealand Warriors.
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