St. George Illawarra Dragons vs Cronulla Sharks Live Stream & TV Coverage NRL 2018 Full HD
Can anybody stop the Dragons? The Sharks are certainly one team that would like to think so.
But after back-to-back wins over Parramatta and Melbourne, Cronulla were humbled at home by the Roosters last week.
And let’s not forget what happened in round two when they surrendered a 14-0 lead in a home game against the Dragons and lost 20-16. A second loss would guarantee their cross-town rivals bragging rights for 2018.
The red-hot Dragons rolled to their fifth win from as many starts last week, though coach Paul McGregor might’ve been a bit concerned after his team allowed the Rabbitohs to score two late tries. McGregor will be making sure there is no complacency against the Shire boys.
Key match-up: In a clash featuring a number of mouth-watering match-ups, let’s go with the old bull versus the young bull – Paul Gallen against Jack de Belin. Turning 37 in August, Gallen has 24 NSW Origin appearances under his belt, while 27-old de Belin has none.
A member of the NSW extended squad last year, de Belin has been tipped to make his Blues debut this year. A strong performance against fellow lock Gallen will undoubtedly help his prospects.