The Tigers may be coming off a win but they face a tough test here as they have been dominated in their last two games against the Raiders.

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Tigers Vs Raiders – Sunday 4:05pm

The Raiders played some of their worst footy against the Cowboys last week and you can expect Ricky will have his team back on the ball for this one.

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Canberra Raiders have won their last eight NRL matches against Wests Tigers by an average margin of 16.6 points per game – their longest winning run against them in the history of the competition; the Raiders have kept Wests Tigers scoreless in two of their last four first halves in that span.
  • The Canberra Raiders have won their last three NRL matches against Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, despite leading at halftime on the day in only one of those three games; it’s more than they won across all their 10 meetings against them at the venue prior to that span (W2 L8).
  • Wests Tigers defeated the Gold Coast Titans 18-10 last time out in the NRL (15 June 2024), snapping a nine-match losing run in the competition; they kept the Titans scoreless in the second half on the day – the second time they have achieved this in 2024 (also 23 March 2024 v Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks).
  • Wests Tigers have lost their last 10 NRL matches at Campbelltown Sports Stadium by an average margin of 14.1 points per game – their longest losing run at the venue in their history; their last win there was a 36-20 victory against the North Queensland Cowboys (20 June 2020).
  • The Canberra Raiders have led at halftime on the day in only one of their last seven games in the NRL; although, they have gone on to win three of their last five games in that span (L2).
  • The Canberra Raiders have won their last three NRL matches away from GIO Stadium by margins no greater than four points on the day; they had won only one of their eight games away from the venue prior to that span (L7).
  • The Canberra Raiders have won 83% of their matches when they’ve scored the first points on the day this NRL season (5/6), the joint-second best rate of any team in the competition (also Sydney Roosters – 5/6, 83%) behind only the Melbourne Storm (7/8, 88%).
  • Xavier Savage (Canberra Raiders) has scored three tries in his last four NRL matches, including one try in each of his last two games; he’s scored exactly one try in each of his two career appearances against Wests Tigers in the competition.
  • Justin Olam (Wests Tigers) has scored three tries in his last three NRL matches, including two tries last time out against the Gold Coast Titans; although, he’s scored only three tries across 10 career appearances against the Canberra Raiders in the competition.
  • Hudson Young (Canberra Raiders) has scored the last try in three matches this NRL season, the joint-most of any player in the competition (also Latrell Mitchell – 3 and Daly Cherry-Evans – 3); he’s scored six tries across his last eight games in the competition overall.
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