South Sydney Rabbitohs vs. St George Illawarra Dragons: NRL live scores, blog
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South Sydney Vs. St George-Illa.
2012 NRL Premiership Season, 22 July, 2012
|ANZ Stadium, Sydney, NSW|
|South Sydney 36 defeated St George-Illa. 14|
|South Sydney||St George-Illa.|
|Referee: T Archer|
|Touch judges: J Younis & Adam Gee|
The South Sydney Rabbitohs will look to build on last Monday’s win when they host the St George Illawarra Dragons at ANZ Stadium in Round 20 NRL action in Saturday night football. Join us for live NRL scores and commentary from 7.30pm AEST.
Both teams are last start winners and both will be desperate to keep momentum heading into the most important part of the season.
The Rabbitohs (4th) done the unthinkable last weekend with two tries in the dying stages to steal victory away from the Sydney Roosters.
The boys from Redfern are on the roll of their lives and their fans will be expecting plenty of thrills once again at ANZ Stadium.
St George Illawarra (10th) were at their grinding best on Sunday afternoon against the Cronulla Sharks, but the Saints will need to find another gear against the impressive Rabbitohs.
The Dragons have shown plenty of fight in recent weeks, but will it be enough to down the Bunnies?
Souths stole one from the Dragons earlier in the year with a field goal sinking the Red V in golden point at Kogarah. The Rabbitohs are much improved since then and will be hot favourites to win again tonight.
Fullback Greg Inglis is in career-best form and nullifying his attacking brilliance is almost impossible, and his combination this year with playmakers Adam Reynolds and John Sutton has been lethal.
The superstar fullback continues to improve, which is scary for the Dragons and the rest of the NRL.
But the unsung heroes for Souths in 2012 have been the workers. The guys without the fanfare that continue to work their butts off for Michael Maguire. Kids like Chris McQueen, Jason Clark and Andrew Everingham.
If the Dragons are to spring an upset over Souths, it will be one mighty performance.
There will be a playoffs feel to the match at Homebush as the Dragons need to continue winning. This kind of pressure footy is what veterans like Ben Hornby and Matt Cooper thrive on.
Do they have enough attack in their arsenal? Join the chat from 7.30pm AEST as we cover the action with live scores and commentary and if you’re watching or following along, drop in your thoughts about the game.