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NRL: Rabbitohs out to keep good times rolling

There are three games in the NRL on Saturday with the Cronulla Sharks set to face South Sydney in the big game of the day, while the Titans entertain the Raiders and the Broncos play the Wests Tigers.

The Sharks sit in third place on the NRL ladder and are still in with a great chance of securing a top-two spot if they can keep up the good work.

It will be a tough test against the Rabbitohs though as they sit sixth on the ladder and appear to be hitting form at just the right time.

Meanwhile the Canberra Raiders are still in the mix to make the top eight and they need two points against the struggling Gold Coast Titans to stay there.

The Brisbane Broncos are flying high in fourth and nothing less than a win will do them as they also look to keep the pressure on at the top.

Three exciting games to looks forward to in what could be another super Saturday in the NRL, so let’s take a closer look at each game.

What: Gold Coast Titans v Canberra Raiders
Where: Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast
When: 15:00 (AEST) Saturday 30th July 2022
How to watch: Kayo, Foxtel
Odds: Titans 9/5, Raiders 11/25

The Titans are in danger of picking up their second wooden spoon in the space of four years as they sit second bottom on the ladder with just three wins.

There have been signs of improvement over the last couple of weeks though. They lost by just four points against the Broncos and then also ran the Bulldogs close.

They will be keen to have a strong end to the season as doubts remain over the future of coach Justin Holbrook.

The Raiders are hitting form at the right time with finals approaching, but they still have to make the eight. They have won three out of the last four games and have a good run-in for the rest of the season. So the signs are positive.

The Titans have not won on home soil since round four so the Raiders will fancy their chances of picking up the two points.

Ricky Stuart will stick with the same side that beat the Warriors last week, while there are no fresh injury worries for Holbrook either.

What: Cronulla Sharks v South Sydney Rabbitohs
Where: PointsBet Stadium, Sydney
When: 17:30 (AEST) Saturday 30th July 2022
How to watch: Kayo, Foxtel
Odds: Sharks 3/4, Rabbitohs 11/10

Cronulla lost 20-10 to Panthers last weekend but were right in the game until the 77th minute when the home-side grabbed the match-winning try.

The Sharks can take heart from that performance and will be keen to get back to winning ways against a Rabbitohs side that are bang in form.

The bunnies could jump into the top four if they get the win and other results go their way. They have won four from the last five games and put the Melbourne Storm to the sword last week.

South Sydney also have the edge over the Sharks in recent meetings when winning four out of the last six games.

The Sharks will be without Dale Finucane after he was hit with a two-match suspension, so Cameron McInnes will play at lock.

The Rabbitohs are forced in to making one change as Mark Nicholls is ruled out through injury, so Daniel Suluka-Fifita will come into the side to replace him.

What: Brisbane Broncos v Wests Tigers
Where: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
When: (AEST) Saturday 30th July 2022
How to watch: Kayo, Foxtel
Odds: Broncos 13/100, Tigers 5/1

The Broncos are in the top four and will be looking to stay there with a victory against a Wests Tigers side that have to pick themselves up following last week’s heartbreaking defeat against North Queensland.

Brisbane have won the last three games and smashed the Parramatta Eels by 22 points last week. They will be without flying winger Selwyn Cobbo however after he suffered concussion playing State of Origin.

There is better news for Billy Walters who has recovered from a hip injury and will take his place in the No.9 jersey.

The Tigers can take heart from the fact they ran the Cowboys close last week before losing in controversial circumstances.

They have lost their last three matches by a combined total of just 11 points so there are definite signs of improvement.

Luke Brooks has been ruled out through injury so Jock Madden will move into the halves to deputise.  Interim coach Brett Kimmorley is also back in charge after missing the Cowboys loss through sickness.

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