Written by Mr Puntsource
The Sea Eagles will host the Canterbury Bulldogs in game four, round one National Rugby League Telstra Premiership in 2023;
it really doesn’t become more competitive in round one as these two fight it out for the two points, with the Canterbury Bulldogs just having a
slight edge on Manly, This clash sets out to be a quandary for both clubs; new coaches Ciraldo and Seibold go head to head for the first time and the
Sea Eagles bring on the return of Tommy Turbo!
-> THE HISTORY
Since 1998, the Sea Eagles have played the Canterbury Bulldogs in forty games but have only been successful in fifty-two per cent of the total head-to-head clashes; out of the last five Sea Eagles home game head-to-head clashes, the Sea Eagles at home have won the last five out of five games, the last time these two teams clashed the Bulldgs won 21-20.
-> TRIAL FORM
The Sea Eagles finished first, and the Bulldogs finished thirteenth.
-> POINT SCORING
The Sea Eagles were stronger in attack scoring 490 total points in the Telstra Premiership round 25, 2022, while Canterbury scored a total of 383 points.
Little difference in defence for both teams in the Telstra Premiership round 25, 2022.
We are taking the Sea Eagles, and the Sea Eagles have an excellent record against the Bulldogs at home.