The Storm & Raiders have produced some thrilling games over the years but the Raiders have now lost six of their past eight games against the Storm and this looks a tough time to turn it around.

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The Storm have been playing great footy and they should go on to dominate the Raiders here.

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Melbourne Storm have won six of their last eight NRL matches against the Canberra Raiders (L2), including a 48-2 victory when they last met (13 August 2023) – the second biggest win by either team in the history of this fixture (Storm def. Raiders 68-4, Rd 21 2013).
  • The Melbourne Storm defeated the Canberra Raiders 48-2 when they last met in the NRL in Victoria (13 August 2023), snapping a five-match losing run against the Raiders in their home state; the Storm will be aiming for back-to-back wins in such fixtures for the first time since July 2018.
  • The Melbourne Storm have won their last three NRL matches by an average margin of 9.3 points per game; the Storm have scored 30+ points in each of their three games in that span, as many as they logged across their nine games in the competition prior.
  • The Melbourne Storm have won 15 of their last 16 NRL matches at AAMI Park (L1), including a 36-28 victory against the Newcastle Knights in their last game at the venue (9 June 2024); although, seven of their last eight games at the venue in that span have been decided by margins no greater than eight points on the day.
  • The Canberra Raiders have won only one of their last four NRL matches (L3) – a 26-25 Golden Point victory against the Dolphins (1 June 2024); the Raiders have conceded 40+ points in two of those three defeats, as many as they logged across their 24 games overall in the competition prior to that span.
  • The Canberra Raiders have won three of their last four NRL matches away from GIO Stadium (L1), despite leading at halftime on the day only once in that span; each of the Raiders’ four games away from the venue in that span have seen both teams score 20+ points on the day.
  • The Melbourne Storm (W9) and Canberra Raiders (W5) each have a 100% win rate when leading at halftime on the day in the 2024 NRL season; the Storm have won one of their three games in the campaign when they’ve trailed at the break (L2), while the Raiders have won only two of their eight fixtures when they’ve trailed at halftime (L6).
  • Ryan Papenhuyzen (Melbourne Storm) has scored eight tries in his last eight NRL matches, including at least one try in each of his last three games; he’s scored three tries and provided two try assists across his last five games against the Canberra Raiders in the competition.
  • Kaeo Weekes (Canberra Raiders) has scored four tries and provided three try assists across his last six NRL matches, including a try against Wests Tigers last time out; although, he has not recorded a direct try involvement from 14 career minutes in the competition against the Melbourne Storm.
  • Xavier Coates (Melbourne Storm) has scored seven tries and provided three try assists in his last six NRL matches, including two tries and a try assist across his last two games; he’s scored three tries in three career appearances in the competition against the Canberra Raiders – a hat-trick when he faced them in Round 26, 2022.
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