NRL Preview Canterbury Bulldogs v Penrith Panthers Sunday, June 4, 4pm (AEST), ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Canterbury are 7-5 ATS with a 9-3 under record while Penrith are 3-8 ATS with a 6-5 under record.
The Bulldogs have won 5 of the last 9 matches against the Panthers.
The last seven matches have finished between 30 and 42 points with no team scoring single digits or 30-plus in that time.
Canterbury have won 3 of the last 4 played at ANZ.
Canterbury have covered 9 of their last 15 at ANZ and have covered five straight as an underdog at the ground.
Penrith are 1-6 with a 2-5 ATS record at ANZ since 2013.
The Panthers have covered just 5 of their last 12 as a road favourite. Penrith have covered just 3 of their last 9 on the road after scoring 30.
Final Thoughts The Wolf is keen on the Bulldogs as outsiders here with the proviso that their Origin players back-up and Graham passes a fitness test. Keep an eye on team news. The Panthers look disjointed around their spine and the injury to Peter Wallace cannot be underestimated. It won’t be pretty, but a weakened Dogs side showed enough in last week’s loss to the Sharks to grind out the win here.
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