The Raiders were blown off the park last week and are in danger of having the same happen against Manly this week.

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Sea Eagles Vs Raiders – Friday 6:00pm

The Sea Eagles have dropped in and out of their best form so far this season but they get a chance to make a statement here when they take on a struggling Raiders outf

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have won six of their last eight NRL matches against the Canberra Raiders (L2), despite leading at halftime on the day only three times in that span; the Sea Eagles have recorded an average winning margin of 10.7 points per game across those six victories against the Raiders.
  • The Canberra Raiders defeated the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 30-16 when they last met in the NRL at 4 Pines Park (8 July 2021), snapping a three-match losing run against the Sea Eagles at the venue; the last and only time the Raiders recorded consecutive wins in such fixtures in the NRL era (1998 onwards) was their first three meetings at the ground (1998 to 2003).
  • The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles are unbeaten in their last four NRL games (W3 D1) including wins in their last two games; the last time they went longer without a defeat in the competition was a five-game stretch from Round 11 to 17 in 2017 (W5).
  • The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have conceded 20+ points in only one of their last eight NRL games at 4 Pines Park, picking up six wins and two losses in that frame.
  • The Canberra Raiders have won each of their last eight NRL games immediately after scoring zero points in their previous game in the competition; though, the last time this occurred was in Round 3, 2013.
  • The Canberra Raiders have won only one of their last eight NRL matches away from GIO Stadium (L7) – a 28-12 victory against the Newcastle Knights (7 March 2024); the Raiders have trailed at halftime on the day in only two of their last six games in that span.
  • The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have scored six tries within the opening 10 minutes of games in the 2024 NRL season – the most of any team – while only the Melbourne Storm (0) have conceded fewer tries during this period than the Canberra Raiders (1).
  • Tom Trbojevic (Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles) has scored 12 tries across his 10 career games against the Canberra Raiders in the NRL, including five tries in his last three games against them and a hat-trick of tries when he last faced them (Round 12, 2023).
  • Sebastian Kris (Canberra Raiders) has been directly involved in four tries across his four career NRL games against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, scoring two tries and making two try assists in that frame; though, he’s scored just one try in his last eight games overall.
  • Daly Cherry-Evans (Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles) has scored four tries across his last four NRL games, as many as he had scored across his previous 19 games in the competition (4); though, he’s not scored a try in any of his last seven games against the Canberra Raiders.

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