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It’s pretty obvious now that Condemned to the bottom of the NRL ladder with one win from their first six matches
Now The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will be approaching Friday night’s clash with the North Queensland Cowboys as a must-win in their bid to play beyond Round 25.
Unable to spark a comeback against South Sydney in a spirited 14-6 tussle on Good Friday
After six rounds the 2013 Bulldogs scored 68 points, the 2019 Bulldogs have scored 70 points over the same time period
The task facing the current crop of Canterbury players appears significantly harder given the lack of experience throughout the squad.
Missing three of their most experienced players due to injury and suspension in a team averaging just 59 first grade games
the Bulldogs have been unable to make meaningful changes to the team to take on the Cowboys with Rhyse Martin starting in place of Adam Elliott in an otherwise unchanged 17.
Pulling off a rare win in New Zealand last Saturday, the North Queensland Cowboys will be looking to record consecutive away wins for the first time since the 2017 finals series.
Winning five of six matches against the Bulldogs under Paul Green
Friday night will mark the first time the Cowboys have played at ANZ Stadium since the grand final two years ago, a venue they have won at in six of their previous seven visits.
Moving up to thirteenth on the ladder after downing the Warriors 17-10 last week, the Cowboys will be chasing their first win in New South Wales since last May
And of course, along with improving upon their standing as one of the worst defensive teams in the league – second only to their opponents on Friday night.
Potentially gaining a game-changing inclusion, Jason Taumalolo has been named on the extended bench
Definitely just five weeks after suffering a grade three medial ligament injury in an otherwise unchanged squad.
Bulldogs coach Dean Pay will be aware of the challenge ahead of his side as the blue and whites strive to emulate the club’s feats following a similar start to the 2013 season.
However, Fighting back from an almost identical record over the opening six rounds to finish the regular season in sixth position