The resurgent Bulldogs tackle the second-placed Cowboys in one of the most compelling matches in Round 21 as the NRL heads to Bundaberg.
A sunny Bundaberg hosts the Bulldogs and Cowboys clash this Sunday afternoon and while it is a Bulldogs home game it is the Cowboys who will have most of the support.
The Cowboys have won 8 of 11 against the Bulldogs and they have covered 9 of 12 when favoured by a try or more. The Bulldogs, though, have covered five of six and four of five day games. The line seems bang on.
The total though seems a little low. The Bulldogs have scored 18-plus in eight of nine under Mick Potter with the total hitting 48 in six of those. The over is 8-2 when the Cowboys play in the afternoon and is 8-2 when they are favoured by more than a try.
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Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow has scored 13 tries in 22 starts as a three-quarter.
Josh Addo-Carr has scored 14 tries in 18 games this year and all 14 have come in his last 13 appearances.
Jeremiah Nanai has crossed in nine of his last 11 games for the Cowboys.
Jeremiah Nanai has been a stunning try scorer for a forward in his first full season. He has 16 tries in 16 games and has scored two or more tries on four occasions this year. The Bulldogs have improved but it has not been on the defensive side of the ball.
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At least six of the following eight players to score a try in NRL Round 20.
At least four of the following eight players to score a try in NRL Round 20.