NRL NRL 2023 - Round 26

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Thursday 24th August
Penrith vs Parramatta (BlueBet Stadium - 19:50)

Friday 25th August
New Zealand vs St.George-Illawarra (Daniel Anderson Stadium - 18:00)
Dolphins vs North Queensland (Suncorp Stadium - 20:00)

Saturday 26th August
Melbourne vs Gold Coast (AAMI Park - 15:00)
Sydney Roosters vs Wests Tigers (Allianz Stadium - 17:30)
Canberra vs Brisbane (GIO Stadium - 19:35)

Sunday 27th August
Canterbury-Bankstown vs Manly-Warringah (Accor Stadium - 14:00)
Newcastle vs Cronulla-Sutherland (McDonald Jones Stadium - 16:05)

Bye: South Sydney

 
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Knights v Sharks. Very interesting

Sharks playing for home final and possible top 4
Knights win they are playing finals.

How are Raiders even in the 8.
 
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Knights v Sharks. Very interesting

Sharks playing for home final and possible top 4
Knights win they are playing finals.

How are Raiders even in the 8.

If we lose we only have to beat the Raiders next week, probably better finishing outside 4 and at least getting a confidence boosting finals win rather than going to Penrith!
 

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Yeah it is a cracking end to the season.

Penrith should cruise to their 3rd straight premiership. They are a level above every other team.

Broncos close second.
 
Parramatta's final game of the season and I think we have a strong chance of getting close or even surpassing Canterbury's record for biggest losing margin. I will be surprised if Penrith don't score at least 70pts tonight.
 

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WTF is happening out at Panther Park?
Resting players never seems to work.
Injuries on top of it hurt even more
 
Sivo getting a 4 week holiday has really hurt Parra
Not only Sivo, RCG's 3 and Brown's 7 weeks all at the same time is what killed us. But it started with Matterson's 3 weeks at the start of the season, we were already missing Lane so went into a tough opening month without our second rowers and basically started the season 3 games behind and playing catch up all season.
 
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Think Penrith can still win without him although it's got a whole lot closer now.

Pretty clear how important Dylan Edwards is to that team as well.
I think Edwards is more important than Cleary.
 

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