Written by Mr Puntsource
Round 9, Broncos versus Rabbitohs Match Preview Friday 28th of April, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane 8: 00 pm kick-off. (Team List Here)
The Brisbane Broncos will host the South Sydney Rabbitohs in game three, Round 9 National Rugby League Telstra Premiership in 2023; It doesn’t get more competitive in round nine as these two fight it out for another two points; The Brisbane Broncos sit number one on the ladder three points ahead of Manly in second, the Broncos suffer some dilemma with three of their most dominant players out for this matchup, South’s licking their lips feeling the opportunity ahead to get some payback because their record against the Broncos is not a very good one losing sixty-four per cent of their head to head clashes!
You have to measure the impact of these Broncos players missing and Payne Haas alone averages 191 meters per game, for a forward thats massive, replaced with Keenan Palasia who averages 59 meters per game, a massive difference, the point being for the Broncos to upset Souths who are the favourites at the time of writing this, it’s going to take a massive team effort from the Broncos.
The biggest challenge for this match is the forwards, the Broncos forwards need to lay the usual platform so Reynolds and Walsh can work their magic, and the Rabbitohs pack are coming off a pretty tough matchup against the Panther’s previous match, it’s a pretty big ask to knock off third-placed Panthers then number one placed Broncos.
|BRONCOS IN||RABBITOHS IN|
|Brendan Piakura||Ben Lovett|
|Deine Mariner||Blake Taaffe|
|Delouise Hoeter||Dean Hawkins|
|Jock Madden||Tevita Tatola|
Since 1998, Brisbane Broncos have been winning sixty-four per cent of the head-to-head clashes; Brisbane Broncos at home have won three from the last five against Souths; the last time these two met? the Broncos were victorious winning 32-12.
In Round Eight, the Brisbane Broncos beat the Eels 26-16, and the South Sydney Rabbitohs beat the Panthers 20-18.
Since Round One, The Brisbane Broncos are currently averaging twenty-eight points per match, and the South Sydney Rabbitohs have averaged twenty-three.
Since Round One, the Brisbane Broncos are currently leaking sixteen points a match in 2023, while the South Sydney Rabbitohs have been leaking sixteen points a match.
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