August 04, 2022 1:26 PM
Ash Wheldon

Canberra Raiders vs Penrith Panthers – Regular Season – Preview & Prediction | NRL 2022

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When is Canberra Raiders vs Penrith Panthers on and what time does it start? Canberra Raiders vs Penrith Panthers will take place on Saturday 6th August, 2022 – 08:30 (UK)

Where is Canberra Raiders vs Penrith Panthers taking place? Canberra Raiders vs Penrith Panthers will take place at GIO Stadium in Canberra, Australia

Where can I get tickets for Canberra Raiders vs Penrith Panthers? Click here for ticket information on 2022 NRL matches

What channel is Canberra Raiders vs Penrith Panthers 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

Where can I stream Canberra Raiders vs Penrith Panthers? If televised on Sky Sports, then subscribers will be able to stream the match live via Sky Go. Alternatively, the match will be available to subscribers of Watch NRL



Starting 13: Savage, Cotric, Timoko, Kris, Rapana, Wighton, Fogarty, Papalii, Woolford, Tapine, Young, Whitehead, Elliott – Interchanges: Starling, Sutton, Guler, Harawira-Naera – Reserves: Hopoate, Mariota, Frawley, Horsburgh, Valemei

Unavailable: Harley Smith-Shields, Josh Hodgson, Jarrod Croker, Harry Rushton, James Schiller


Starting 13: Edwards, May, Tago, S. Crichton, To’o, Salmon, O’Sullivan, Leota, Koroisau, Fisher-Harris, Kikau, Martin, Yeo – Interchanges: Kenny, Sorensen, Leniu, Staines – Reserves: Turuva, Eisenhuth, C. Smith, Falls, L. Smith

Unavailable: Jarome Luai, Nathan Cleary


Canberra Raiders continued to apply pressure on the teams above them thanks to recording a third straight success. They got the better of Gold Coast Titans last week and now sit in ninth spot on the ladder as they chase down a place in the finals. The Raiders will have to be at their best here as they take on leaders Penrith Panthers but the reigning premiers come into this without their first-choice halves pairing. Nathan Cleary has joined Jarome Luai on the sidelines after he was handed a five-match ban for his sending off against Parramatta Eels with the Panthers suffering just a second loss of the campaign in that game. They will hope to bounce straight back here but it will be interesting to see how they cope in the capital without the guidance of their pivotal duo and the Raiders make a solid case to be backed with the aid of a +8.5 start on the handicap having won four of their last five on home soil.

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