Full time: Wests Tigers 16 Parramatta Eels 17
Moses takes it in on the last and is blowing up! He claims he's been tripped by Luke Brooks. The bunker agrees after having a look.
None of the officials saw it on-field, but the bunker must have had a word.
It's a strange end to a strange contest, but Parramatta come through thanks to the boot of Corey Norman.
It's tighter than they would have liked and heartbreaking stuff for Wests Tigers, but it's the result everyone expected prior to kick off.
Match report is on the way. Until then, here is your moment.
Parramatta almost got through again but in the end Gutherson was chased down so well. A one-on-one strip from behind. What a tackle!
Luke Brooks shapes up for the field goal at the other end but he's shanked it well wide. No dice. Parramatta only have to hold on to it here to take the competition points.
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A great strike from Corey Norman.
Parramatta go first to Mitchell Moses, who realises he hasn't got a shot. He spins the football out to Norman who has a crack himself.
He just manages to get it away in time. It's flat as anything but it's over the crossbar! Advantage Parramatta!
Both sides are feeling the pressure and we're seeing mistakes. Both have been guilty of one across the last couple of sets.
Someone is going to need to step up soon, as we cruise closer and closer to field goal attempts to snatch this thing.
Gutherson does well to pop up to teammate French, after realising he couldn't make the line. French doesn't see it in time and fumbles. That could have been it!
The response isn't great though. Jack Littlejohn puts down a late decision by Woods to offload a few tackles in.
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A strange way to finish the set off for the Tigers, but they'll take it!
Brooks has it at first reciever and decides he's going to give it to Lolohea. He improves and hoofs one real high and across to the left side.
It's not the best kick, directly into the in gola but Malakai Watene-Zelezniak gets right up in the mix and above it all.
Lolohea misses a pretty simple nudge from the tee to take the lead - we're even with just ten to go!Back to top
Bevan French with big impact on a chasing Luke Brooks in the kick return. That's a nice way to open the set!
Radradra doesn't do as well on the second, with a swarming pack of Tigers managing to push him back a bit.
Corey Norman decides to kick deep early from about halfway - not his best, it's out on the full! That is the exact opposite of the scenario he was trying to create.
Tigers with a chance to change the face of this close game.
It's a key moment for Parramatta, and it looks to have energised them if the following set is anything to go by.
In response, the Tigers can only get up to their 40-metre line. They'll be hoping it's a coincidence.
Siosaia Vave bounces off a few men in the middle - such size! It takes the Tigers by surprise and they are quickly on the back foot.
A Moses kick takes a deflection and we've got a bit of a mess... It goes upstairs for a potential Parramatta try after French makes a spectacular gather over the top of a defender, though it looks to have taken a knock from an Eel on the way.
NO TRY: It's nicked his arm as Jennings makes a play for it.
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Takairangi evades a few in midfield before releasing Semi Radradra, coming infield and wrapping.
The big winger breaks the line, beating a few defenders while eating up the metres. He holds up the football until the last moment before passing inside to Gutherson, who scores.
He does so despite pressure from behind, and he'll no doubt kick the extras, as well - he does. Parramatta by four.
So many mistakes from both sides this half - it's getting a bit crazy out there.
Gutherson is the latest to lose control of the football and handover the football inside Parramatta's half.
Despite only trailing by two points, the Eels have completed just 65 per cent of their sets, compared the Tigers who are doing so 89 per cent of the time.
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Parramatta give away a penalty on the try line, not letting go of an attacker in time as defenders scramble.
Lolohea will knock another from the tee, taking the lead.Back to top
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This time it's Parramatta giving away a penalty late in the count.
It's exactly the same situation: give away a penalty, let the opposition get upfield. Give away another at the end of that set.
Unlike Parramatta, the Tigers elect to go to the tee - levelling things up at 10-10.
The Tigers hang on through three consecutive sets, with the Eels making a bit of a hash of their final two options.
Maybe guilty of trying to do too much, the Eels have squandered another chance to stamp their authority.
In the end Gutherson failed to get an offload away as Parramatta opted to run on the last and all of a sudden, it's the Tigers running in attack.
The Tigers are doing away with a bit of discipline and it may come back to haunt them.
That's the second time in a couple of minutes that the Tigers have given away a penalty late in the tackle count, gifting their opposition a sniff at the chalk.
Corey Norman finishes with a lovely kick that sits in the in-goal, but there's no chaser in sight. Turns out the man was taken out. ANOTHER penalty!
Parramatta get a bit of a boost as a Tiger makes a play at the football during the tackle.
The Eels go from being in the back foot to a real chance here. Cameron King darts from dummy-half and is across the line but it will be pulled back.
Moses plays the ball but doesn't get enough on it, dragging it back forward slightly with the same foot. While the defenders might have been left off-guard, you could say it's cost Parra the try.
They are back out there at ANZ Stadium. Parramatta kick to the Tigers who have first share of the football in the second half.
Alex Twal returns the football against his former side, before a great kick, deep into the far left corner on the fourth tackle.
It's put Parramatta in an awkward situation and they are only able to get 30 metres out before kicking on the last. Great start from the Tigers.Back to top
Half time: Wests Tigers 8 Parramatta Eels 10
An interesting half of football, but I wonder if it will remain this close come full time.
Parramatta have just managed to keep their noses in front, despite making eight errors across the first period, compared to just two.
With four penalties each, the Tigers have had the boost, but haven't taken the cake.
If the Eels manage to clean up their act, you'd expect them to punch through against a side that's struggled to work through to too many wins this season.
Other than an early hit, Moses has got through things relatively unscathed too - that storyline might yet resurface if it comes up in the rooms at half time...
The Eels threaten in the very next set. It's a pretty good kick from Moses but nothing sensational.
Tedesco misses it on the slide and it sits up just enough for the Eels to drive the receiver back into the in-goal for six more tackles.
It's good pressure on the Tigers' defence at first, but in the end they spill the football and relieve it.
In response, Wests make it right up to the other end, but other than a kick which almost threatened to remain in-goal, they fail to cause any real dramas.
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Semi Radradra earns his first of the day after being found by Norman.
It's a lovely play as Moses finds Brad Takairangi, who spins and pops back to Corey Norman wrapping the play.
The latter throws a cutout that, while slightly behind the Radradra, is enough to put him through.
Gutherson can't do the business from the sideline, but his side has wrestled the lead back into their favour.
Parramatta were absolutely rolling after a couple of offloads, including another beauty from Gutherson.
Unfortunately they tried one too many and David Nofoaluma ends up the recipient! Tigers work all the way down field and look be in with a shot...
But it's a huge pickup from Corey Norman spurring the counter attack, and through Semi Radradra the Eels are all of a sudden in the mix for points themselves.
Cameron King earns an offside decision shortly after, darting from dummy-half - they'll have another set.
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The Tigers with extended pressure on Parramatta's defence but they've gone to some ineffective options at times.
In amongst the action we've had a penalty go Wests' way, and after a long deliberation, Aaron Woods signals that his side would like to take the two.
Looks like Tim Mannah was pinged for lying in the play-the-ball, with the ball impacted as a result.Back to top