Brisbane Broncos vs St. George Illawarra Dragons – Regular Season – Preview & Prediction | NRL 2023
When is Brisbane Broncos vs St. George Illawarra Dragons on and what time does it start? Brisbane Broncos vs St. George Illawarra Dragons will take place on Saturday 18th March, 2023 – 08:35 (UK)
Where is Brisbane Broncos vs St. George Illawarra Dragons taking place? Brisbane Broncos vs St. George Illawarra Dragons will take place at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia
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What channel is Brisbane Broncos vs St. George Illawarra Dragons on? Sky Sports Arena will be televising selected NRL games in the UK and you can find their schedule here. For Australian broadcasters, you can find a list here
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THE TEAM NEWS
- Brisbane Broncos have arguably been the most impressive team in the NRL after two rounds as they got the better of North Queensland Cowboys in their Queensland derby last week.
- The Broncos made it two straight wins to begin the new campaign in what was another strong showing and they will fancy their chances of recording another success here, although they will be without winger Corey Oates who suffered a broken jaw last week.
Starting 13: Walsh, Arthars, Staggs, Farnworth, Cobbo, Mam, Reynolds, Jensen, Walters, Haas, Capewell, Riki, Carrigan – Interchanges: Paix, Palasia, Flagler, Taupau – Reserves: Mariner, Piakura, Willison, Madden, Hoeter
Unavailable: Kobe Hetherington (Injured), Corey Oates (Injured)
ST. GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS
- St. George Illawarra Dragons were the final side to get their season underway after they were on a bye in round 1 but the wait was worth it as they recorded a comfortable win over Gold Coast Titans.
- The Dragons scored some eye-catching tries on their way to the win and on the back of that victory, head coach Anthony Griffin has seen no reason to change the 17 this week.
Starting 13: Sloan, Mat. Feagai, Suli, Lomax, Ravalawa, Sullivan, B. Hunt, F. Molo, Mbye, Lawrie, Murdoch-Manila, Su’a, Bird – Interchanges: Liddle, Musgrove, Couchman, Kerr – Reserves: M. Molo, Max Feagai, J. Hunt, Amone, Woods
Unavailable: Cody Ramsey (Illness), Jack De Belin (Injured)
Brisbane Broncos will be eager to continue their perfect start to the campaign as they host St. George Illawarra Dragons. The hosts have won both games so far and have impressed in doing so. St. George Illawarra Dragons played in their first game of the year last week and got the job done against Gold Coast Titans but this is a much tougher assignment and with the Broncos looking like they still have several gears to go through, it would be no surprise to see the home side win this comfortably by 13+ points.