Written by Mr Puntsource
The Broncos will host the Wests Tigers in game five, round five National Rugby League Telstra Premiership in 2023; It doesn’t get more competitive in round five as these two fight it out for another two points; it’s the Wests Tigers who are on the edge of a meltdown! The pressure gauge is about to blow! Everyone who is on the Wests Tigers roster or off it is feeling it! The Wests Tigers are still looking for their first win of the season!
Meanwhile, the Broncos on fire! Top of the ladder! The pinnacle of Queensland meets the abyss, the bottom of the ladder Wests Tigers, that’s right! It’s that simple; surely the Broncos will turn it up and punch a few million holes in the Wests Tigers’ defence because their defence against Melbourne was yet to show itself; it never happened; Munster scored ten meters out from dummy half because he knew how bad (shit) the defence was!
Now I wrote the abyss because when a man (team) looks into the abyss, sometimes the abyss looks back! What does that mean? The Broncos may play as well as the Wests Tigers…
Since 1998, the Broncos have loved beating the West Tigers, winning sixty-seven per cent of their head-to-head clashes, and out of the last five home games the Broncos have played the Wests Tigers, it’s the Wests Tigers who have won four out of five! The last time these two teams clashed, the Wests Tigers were victorious, winning 32-18.
In Round four, the Broncos beat the Dolphins 18-12, and the Wests Tigers lost to the Storm 24-12.
The Broncos have averaged twenty-five points a match, and the Wests Tigers have averaged fourteen points.
On average, the Broncos have been leaking fifteen points a match in 2023, while the Wests Tigers, on average, have been leaking twenty-two points a match.
Wests Tigers to break the drought!