Led by Dally M Medal winner Emma Tonegato, the Dragons will be looking to return to the Grand Final in 2022 while Gold Coast are looking to return to the finals in their second season.
Both of these teams skewed towards the high-scoring last season and with attacking weapons on both teams, particularly the Dragons, this projects to go over the low total of 31.5.
Only one Titans games finished under 32 points in their six games of their debut season. They have also signed all-time leading NRLW tryscorer Maddie Bartlett.
The Saints return 13 of the 17 who played in last year’s decider and were the second leading scoring team last year. They scored at least 16 in five of their seven last year and scored 20 and 24 in their two clashes with the Titans.
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Emma Tonegato has scored four tries in her last four games.
Maddie Bartlett is NRLW’s all-time leading tryscorer and will be desperate to score against her former team.
Booming prop Steph Hancock was remarkably the Titans top tryscorer last year. She crossed for four tries in 2021 including a double in the semi against the Dragons.