Canterbury Bulldogs vs Wests Tigers – Regular Season – Preview & Prediction | NRL 2022
When is Canterbury Bulldogs vs Wests Tigers on and what time does it start? Canterbury Bulldogs vs Wests Tigers will take place on Sunday 19th June, 2022 – 07:05 (UK)
Where is Canterbury Bulldogs vs Wests Tigers taking place? Canterbury Bulldogs vs Wests Tigers will take place at CommBank Stadium in Sydney, Australia
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THE TEAM NEWS
- Canterbury Bulldogs produced their best performance of the season as they ran out big winners over Parramatta Eels last week and they will be desperate to build on that effort having pulled themselves off the foot of the ladder.
- The Bulldogs were superb on both sides of the ball as they claimed just a third win of the season but interim head coach Mick Potter has suffered a slight setback ahead of this game with Chris Patolo suffering a head knock so Kurtis Morrin comes onto the bench ahead of what will be his NRL debut.
Starting 13: Averillo, Kiraz, Schoupp, Allan, Addo-Carr, Burton, Flanagan, King, Marshall-King, Vaughan, Jackson, Faitala-Mariner, Pangai Jnr. – Interchanges: Dockar-Clay, Waddell, Stimson, Morrin – Reserves: Dufty, Biondi-Odo, Tanner, Lumelume, Topine
Unavailable: Matt Doorey, Jack Hetherington, Braidon Burns, Billy Tsikrikas, Luke Thompson, Chris Patolo
- Wests Tigers suffered a second loss in succession and their fifth defeat in their last six matches as they went down to Manly Sea Eagles last week as they were left to rue a moment of madness from Brent Naden.
- Wests were right in the contest until Naden was given his marching orders for a horror tackle and he has copped a ban for that with Asu Kepaoa coming into the centres while Adam Doueihi has been listed among the interchanges as he bids to make his long-awaited return from an ACL injury.
Starting 13: Laurie, Nofoaluma, To’a, Kepaoa, Maumalo, Brooks, Hastings, Tamou, Liddle, Musgrove, Garner, Tuilagi, Ofahengaue – Interchanges: Brown, Twal, Doueihi, Seyfarth – Reserves: Simpkin, Pole, Dias, Tupou, Peachey
Unavailable: Shawn Blore, Tommy Talau, James Roberts, Oliver Gildart, Stefano Utoikamanu, Brent Naden
Canterbury Bulldogs were brilliant in their win over Parramatta Eels last week and they will hope that is the turning point of their season. It was comfortably their best performance of the year and they have plenty to build on with Matt Burton pulling the strings and Josh Addo-Carr showing what he can do following his Origin omission. Wests Tigers will be hoping to prevent the Dogs from making it back-to-back wins but having won just one of their last six, the Bulldogs are favoured to build on last week’s effort and get the job done for the second game in succession.