Wests Tigers vs St George Illawarra Dragons live scores – NRL 2013 Round 6

The second game today in Round 6 of the NRL season is between Wests Tigers and St George Illawarra Dragons with the game to be played at the SCG at 3pm local time. The away team the Dragons are the current favourites for the match. View our live scores and results for the game between Wests Tigers and St George Illawarra Dragons.

WHERE AND WHEN: SCG, [email protected] 1500

Wests Tigers $2.60 vs St George Illawarra Dragons $1.52 at Sportsbet Australia

Wests Tigers $2.65 vs St George Illawarra Dragons $1.50 at Luxbet Australia

Wests Tigers:
Tim Moltzen, Joel Reddy, Blake Ayshford, Chris Lawrence, James Tedesco, Benji Marshall, Braith Anasta, Aaron Woods, Robbie Farah (c), Jack Buchanan, Bodene Thompson, Liam Fulton, Adam Blair
Interchange: Ben Murdoch-Masila, Ava Seumanufagai, Matt Bell, Eddy Pettybourne.

St George Illawarra Dragons:
Jason Nightingale, Brett Morris, Chase Stanley, Matt Cooper, Daniel Vidot, Jamie Soward, Nathan Fien, Dan Hunt, Mitch Rein, Jack Stockwell, Tyson Frizell, Ben Creagh (c), Trent Merrin
Interchange: Bronson Harrison, Matt Prior, Jack de Belin, Michael Henderson, Damien Cook (one to be omitted).

The History: Played 25; Dragons 13, Wests Tigers 12. The Dragons hold a narrow advantage in recent clashes, winning five of the past nine. However the Tigers dominate at ‘home’, losing to the Red V just once in five match-ups.

Match Officials: Referees – Matt Cecchin & Luke Phillips; Sideline Officials – Ricky MacFarlane & Michael Wise; Video Referees – Ashley Klein & Luke Patten.
Televised: Channel Nine – Delayed 4pm; Fox Sports 1 – Delayed 6pm.
The Way We See It: Despite being super-competitive last week the fact remains the Tigers failed to make even one line-break against the Storm, while the premiers rushed six past them. The reshuffle in the Tigers’ halves given Marshall’s injury is regrettable – it’s something they can ill afford as they strive for continuity with Braith Anasta making his way in the No.7 jersey.

Conversely the Dragons look to be fit, in form and brimming with confidence. They should prove too strong. St George Illawarra by eight points.
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