Both teams get an opportunity to put a win on the board and climb away from the bottom of the ladder but which team will it be?

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Bulldogs Vs Tigers – Saturday 3:00pm

The Bulldogs were impressive against the Knights last week while the Tigers have been okay without winning which made this a tough game to find a winner but we’re confident we have found a few bets to bring us home with some profit.

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have won three of their last four NRL matches against Wests Tigers (L1), including each of their last two; the Bulldogs have conceded no more than six points on the day in the first halves of each of those three victories.
  • The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have won each of their last two NRL matches against Wests Tigers at Accor Stadium; a third consecutive win in this game would equal the Bulldogs’ longest winning run against them at the venue in the history of the competition (W3 from 2011 to 2013).
  • Neither the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs nor the Wests Tigers have scored 20 points in any of their last four NRL meetings at Accor Stadium with each team picking up two wins in that frame.
  • The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have won three of their last five NRL matches (L2), scoring 30+ points on the day in each of those three victories; the Bulldogs will be aiming for back-to-back wins in the competition for the first time since March 2023, following their 36-12 win over the Newcastle Knights last time out.
  • The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have trailed at halftime on the day in only one of their last six NRL matches; although, the Bulldogs have gone on to win three of those six games (L3).
  • The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are the only team yet to concede 30 points in a game in the 2024 NRL season; they’ve held their opponents to fewer than 30 points in their last seven games which is their longest such streak since a 12-game span from Round 15, 2019 to Round 2, 2020.
  • The Wests Tigers have a 40% win rate from their 43 previous NRL games against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs; among active teams to have faced the Dogs at least three times only the St George Illawarra Dragons (39%) have a lower win rate.
  • Charlie Staines (Wests Tigers) will be looking to score a try in back-to-back NRL games for the first time since Round 19, 2021 after scoring two tries in Round 8, 2024; indeed, he has scored three tries across his last four games against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
  • Josh Addo-Carr (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) has scored seven tries across his last five NRL games including four tries in his last two games; furthermore, he has scored four tries across his last four games against the Wests Tigers.
  • Brent Naden (Wests Tigers) has scored three tries across his last three NRL games against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs; though, he’s not scored a try across his last five games in the competition overall.

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Our Bets

  • $100 Addo-Carr To Score A Try @ $1.80 – Bet Here
  • $50 Kikau To Score A Try @ $3.50 – Bet Here
  • $50 Over 39.5 Match Points @ $1.90 – Bet Here
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