Canterbury are a different team under Mick Potter and will be in full attack mode against a high-scoring Cronulla team.
Canterbury have been an entirely different team under Mick Potter. They have averaged 26.4 points per game in five outings under the interim coach while they have conceded 30-plus in three of those. The over has hit in four of five Bulldogs games under Potter with each of those hitting 48 or more points.
There is no doubting either that Cronulla are a high-scoring team in a high-scoring spot. The over hits at 60% when the Sharks are favoured. The over is 24-15 when the Sharks are off scoring 18 or fewer and 8-2 when they are off conceding 10 or fewer.
The Bulldogs are an improved team and are hellbent on playing enjoyable, expansive football. The Sharks have the attack to take apart the Bulldogs. This leads to a strong over play.
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Josh Addo-Carr has been in electric tryscoring form with 11 tries in his last nine games including four games where he has crossed for multiples.
Jacob Kiraz has crossed for three tries in six games including his last two.
Sione Katoa has scored 11 tries in 14 games this season and has scored five tries in two games against the Bulldogs.
Matt Moylan has seen his confidence build in recent weeks and that has translated to scoring tries. He has scored in each of the Sharks’ last two games after scoring just three in his previous 46 across the last four years. He is not a renowned tryscorer but in his form against a poor defensive team then he is a good price to cross again.
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