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Brisbane Broncos vs New Zealand Warriors
Time: 3rd June, Monday 7:00 pm
VENUE: Suncorp Stadium
HEAD TO HEAD: Played: 31, Broncos 19, Warriors 12
LAST TIME: Broncos 10 def Warriors 8, Round 19, 2012 at Suncorp Stadium
MISSING IN ACTION: Brisbane are without Queensland representatives Justin Hodges, Sam Thaiday, Matt Gillett and Corey Parker. The subsequent re-shuffle sees Josh Hoffman pushed into centre while Denan Kemp is added to the wing. Up front, Scott Anderson starts at prop, Nick Slyney at second row and Dunamis Lui at lock. Scott Prince has returned to start alongside Peter Wallace in the halves while Aaron Whitchurch and Mitchell Dodds have been named on an extended bench.
Warriors coach Matt Elliott has made just one change to his side, with centre Konrad Hurrell entering the starting line-up for the first time in over a month as cover for Carlos Tuimavave (neck).
FORM: Anthony Griffin was hardly impressed as the Broncos followed up a solid 32-6 belting of the Titans with an underwhelming 24-14 defeat against the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium last week. A try to Hoffman ensured they were in touch at the break but the Canterbury-Bankstown forwards proved too much to handle as Sam Kasiano, Aiden Tolman and Frank Pritchard handed Brisbane their third defeat in four games.
Meanwhile, the Warriors bounced back from the heaviest loss in the club’s history to beat the Knights 28-12 at Mount Smart Stadium. It was a significant achievement for the Warriors, who held their opposition scoreless in the second half for the first time in two seasons. It also marked Feleti Mateo and Manu Vatuvei’s return to form after both were re-signed in recent weeks.
Last year’s trip to Brisbane marked a significant turn in the Warriors’ season. It started an eight-game losing streak that cost former coach Brian McClennan his job two games before the season’s end. We think this time around will be a lot different. Facing a Broncos side down on confidence and personnel this match could spark the Warriors to life before they enter a tough stretch of fixtures against Manly, Sydney, South Sydney and a return game against Brisbane. A whopping 41 missed tackles, 10 errors and nine penalties conceded last week certainly does not bode well for the home side which will sorely miss Hodges and Parker, in particular, who led in running metres with 137 and 125 respectively.
That clumsy effort certainly cannot be repeated against the Warriors who were led by the most effective ball-runner of the round, Mateo (228m). The Warriors can improve from last week’s performance by completing more sets. While their defence showed huge improvement they will want to bar up on the right side where Brisbane have launched numerous attacking raids with good effect. The Warriors are very much a confidence team and although last week’s victory was just their third this year, we expect them to get up at Suncorp Stadium where there is sure to be no shortage of Kiwi expats spurring the Auckland side on.
BRONCOS: Corey Norman, Denan Kemp, Josh Hoffman, Jordan Kahu, Lachlan Maranta, Scott Prince, Peter Wallace, Josh McGuire, Andrew McCullough, Scott Anderson, Alex Glenn, Nick Slyney, Dunamis Lui. Interchange: Ben Hunt, Mitchell Dodds, David Hala, Jarrod Wallace, Jake Granville, Aaron Whitchurch (two to be omitted).
WARRIORS: Kevin Locke, Glen Fisiiahi, Dane Nielsen, Konrad Hurrell, Manu Vatuvei, Thomas Leuluai, Shaun Johnson, Sam Rapira, Nanthan Friend, Russell Packer, Feleti Mateo, Simon Mannering (capt), Elijah Taylor. Interchange: Ben Matulino, Jacob Lillyman, Sebastine Ikahihifo, Pita Godinet, Dominique Peyroux (one to be omitted).