The Rabbitohs will host the Sea Eagles in game five, round four National Rugby League Telstra Premiership in 2023; It doesn’t get more competitive in round four as these two fight it out for another two points; a depleted Souths takes on Manly in what will be your match of the weekend as the rivalry sparks the thin air gets thinner as the teams struggle, who can stay humble? Footy IQ is what will count on this day; Manly are already showing significant signs of improvement and belief with their new system, coaching staff and signings, while Souths have had many injuries losing two in a row, will it be a third?
Since 1998, neither team has dominated the other. Instead, both teams are fifty-fifty in wins and losses to date; from the last five clashes that have taken place at the Rabbitohs home ground, the Rabbitohs have won four from five! The last time these two teams clashed, the Sea Eagles were victorious 30-28.
In Round three, the Rabbitohs lost to the Roosters 20-18, and the Sea Eagles beat Parramatta Eels 34-30.
The Rabbitohs have averaged eighteen points a match, and the Sea Eagles have averaged thirty-two points.
On average, the Rabbitohs have been leaking eighteen points a match in 2023, while the Sea Eagles, on average, have been conceding eighteen points a match.
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