The Dolphins were dominant the last time these two teams met but will things be different with the Dragons being at home?

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  • This will be the fourth NRL match between the St George Illawarra Dragons and the Dolphins; the Dolphins have won each of their last two meetings, including a 38-0 victory earlier this season (17 March 2024).
  • The St George Illawarra Dragons have won only one of their last six NRL matches against Queensland opposition (L5) – a 28-4 victory against the Gold Coast Titans (9 March 2024); the Dragons have recorded an average losing margin of 19.2 points per game across those five defeats.
  • Each of the St George Illawarra Dragons’ last 10 NRL matches at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium in Kogarah have been won by the team leading at halftime on the day; the Dragons have won six of those 10 games at the venue (L4).
  • The Dolphins have won only one of their last four NRL matches (L3) – a 30-28 victory against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (13 June 2024); although, the Dolphins have trailed at halftime on the day in only one of those four games.
  • The Dolphins have won four of their last five NRL matches as the away team (L1), including a 30-28 victory against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in their last such fixture (13 June 2024); although, the Dolphins have been outscored in the second halves of each of their last two games in that span.
  • The St George Illawarra Dragons have scored the first points in five matches this NRL season, only the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (4) have logged fewer games in this category; although, the Dolphins have won only half of their games in the campaign when they’ve scored first on the day (4/8 – 50%).
  • Zac Lomax (St George Illawarra Dragons) has scored five tries in his last four NRL matches, including four tries across his last two games; he’s scored one try in three career appearances against the Dolphins in the competition.
  • Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow (The Dolphins) has been directly involved in 11 tries in his last seven NRL matches (9 tries, 2 try assists), including at least one try in each of his last six games he’s played the full 80 minutes; he’s scored four tries across his last two games against the St George Illawarra Dragons, including a hat-trick against them in his most recent meeting (Rd 2 2024).
  • Kyle Flanagan (St George Illawarra Dragons) has scored a try in each of his last two NRL matches as well as providing a try assist in that span; the last and only time he recorded a longer try scoring streak in his career was a three-match stretch from Rounds 3-5 in 2020.
  • Jamayne Isaako (The Dolphins) has scored five tries across his last four NRL matches against the St George Illawarra Dragons, scoring at least one try in each of those four games; he’s scored seven tries in his last eight games in the competition overall.
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