Written by Mr Puntsource
Round 8, Wests Tigers (Team List Here) versus Manly Sea Eagles (Team List Here) Match Preview Sunday 23rd of April, Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Sydney 4: 05 pm kick-off.
The Wests Tigers will host the Manly Sea Eagles in game six, Round 8 National Rugby League Telstra Premiership in 2023; It doesn’t get more competitive in round eight as these two fight it out for another two points; The Manly Sea Eagles are sitting in sixth on the ladder, they come off an upset win over the Melbourne Storm, this is a great opportunity for Manly to climb the ladder as they sit on nine points, the pressure is all on Manly, to lose to the Wests Tigers who are still yet to have a win for the season would be an embarrassment, that’s why this match will be all about Manly because there is not much to write about when it comes to the Wests Tigers.
The Manly Sea Eagles have been far superior in attack and defence this season, simply put the Wests Tigers are on the bottom because they cannot score points, but their defence is not that bad compared with the rest of the table.
Alex Seyfarth, Brandon Wakeham, Jahream Bula and Tommy Talauare in for the Wests Tigers, and Josh Schuster, Reuben Garrick and Sean Keppie slot in for the Manly Sea Eagles.
Since 1998, Manly Sea Eagles have been winning fifty-eight per cent of the head-to-head clashes; Wests Tigers at home have two one from the last five against the Sea Eagles; the last time these two met? the Sea Eagles were victorious winning 30-4.
In Round Seven, the Wests Tigers lost to the Eels 28-26, and the Manly Sea Eagles beat the Melbourne Storm 18-8.
The Wests Tigers have averaged fifteen points a match the lowest in the competition, and the Manly Sea Eagles have averaged twenty-three.
Since Round One, the Wests Tigers are currently leaking twenty-seven points a match in 2023, while the Manly Sea Eagles have been leaking twenty-two points a match.
Manly Sea Eagles by 12
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