Canterbury Bulldogs vs Sydney Roosters Tips, Odds and Teams – NRL 2016 Round 11

Sunday’s second NRL Round 11 match is between Canterbury Bulldogs and Sydney Roosters. The opening bounce is set to commence at 16:05 local time with the game to be played at ANZ Stadium. The home team Canterbury Bulldogs are the favourites for the match. View our preview and teams for the game between Canterbury Bulldogs and Sydney Roosters.


When: 16:05 | Sunday 22/05/2016

Where: ANZ Stadium




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Tip: Canterbury Bulldogs at $1.67


Value Tip: First Tryscorer: Sam Perrett $18.00



Bulldogs: 1 Sam Perrett 2 Curtis Rona 3 Josh Morris 4 Kerrod Holland 5 Tyrone Phillips 6 Josh Reynolds 7 Moses Mbye 8 Aiden Tolman 9 Michael Lichaa 10 James Graham 11 Joshua Jackson 12 Greg Eastwood 13 David Klemmer Interchange: 14 Sam Kasiano 15 Raymond Faitala-Mariner 16 Tim Browne 17 Craig Garvey 19 Lloyd Perrett 21 Adam Elliott.

Roosters: 1 Latrell Mitchell 5 Joe Burgess 3 Mitchell Aubusson 4 Blake Ferguson 2 Daniel Tupou 6 Jackson Hastings 7 Mitchell Pearce 8 Sam Moa 9 Jake Friend 10 Dylan Napa 11 Boyd Cordner 12 Aiden Guerra 13 Isaac Liu Interchange: 14 Sio Siua Taukeiaho 15 Kane Evans 16 Ryan Matterson 17 Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 18 Connor Watson.


Forget Jarryd Hayne, Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson has more pressing concerns on his mind.

Robinson cast a despondent figure following his team’s humbling 26-6 NRL loss to Gold Coast on Monday.

The defeat leaves the Roosters second-last on the competition ladder, just one win clear of hapless Newcastle.

Robinson says he has no idea about reports linking former Parramatta flyer Hayne with his club following his shock retirement from the NFL.

And frankly, he is more worried about the players that are at the Roosters.

Worries over the Roosters poor start to the year were always tempered by the absence of key players such as Jared Waerea-Hargreaves and Mitchell Pearce – but despite both being back in the fold it seems little had changed at the Titans.

“There wasn’t that ‘I’ll do anything to win that play’ and that’s really disappointing,” Robinson said.

“Especially where we’re sitting and we did look flat with the ball, we didn’t have much and then when we did get some we should have created a bit more.

“It was pretty frustrating.”

Robinson says it is up to himself, his coaching staff and every player in his squad to turn the Roosters season around, starting with Sunday’s clash with Canterbury at ANZ Stadium.

“It’s as much down to me as it is the senior players, I’ve got to make sure I take the responsibility for that,” he said.

“We’re the only ones who can fix this … it feels like we had some positive feedback after our last game and were like ‘we’ll be right, we’ve got our leaders back’, it doesn’t work like that.

“That’s not how footy teams work.”

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