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WIN Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah, Monday 7pm(AEST)
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Last meeting: Round 8 2013 - Sea Eagles 24 bt Dragons 18 at Oki Jubilee Stadium
Head-to-head: Dragons 14 Sea Eagles 7
Referees: Gavin Badger, Henry Perenara
TV: Live, FoxSports 1
Ladbrokes: St George Illawarra Dragons $2.95, Manly Sea Eagles $1.42
Betfair: St George Illawarra Dragons $3, Manly Sea Eagles $1.48
AAP writes: A win here and the ninth-placed Dragons can launch their charge to the top eight, a loss and they will slip to the end of the finals logjam. Plenty of Dragons players could be playing for their futures over the next two months with Wayne Bennett’s return a big possibility. Manly just keep on keeping on and look certain to snare a top four spot. But of course a loss here would affect that. Anthony Watmough returns from suspension to the Sea Eagles back-row for the suspended Justin Horo. Josh Dugan is back in the centres for the Dragons. Manly halves Kieran Foran and Daly Cherry-Evans are in sublime form.
Key: Kogarah Oval. Manly have only won once in six attempts at the joint venture’s spiritual home.
Tip: Sea Eagles
DRAGONS: Adam Quinlan, Charly Runciman, Josh Dugan, Gerard Beale, Jason Nightingale, Gareth Widdop, Benji Marshall, Ben Creagh (capt), Mitch Rein, Mike Cooper, Leeson Ah Mau, Joel Thompson, Jack de Belin. Interchange: Bronson Harrison, Shane Pumpipi, Will Matthews, Jack Stockwell.
SEA EAGLES: Brett Stewart, Jorge Taufua, Jamie Lyon, Steve Matai, Peta Hiku, Kieran Foran, Daly Cherry-Evans, Josh Starling, Matt Ballin, Brenton Lawrence, Anthony Watmough, Jamie Buhrer, Tom Symonds. Interchange: Jesse Sene-Lefao, Dunamis Lui, James Hasson, Jason King.