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Actually, If ever there was a lead-up emblematic of how the two states approach Origin, it’s been this one.
And Queensland have made two, both injury-forced, changes. New South Wales seven, less than half of them due to their casualty ward.
In Game 1, the way to victory for NSW was clear: make metres up the middle, generate quick play-the-balls
get the Maroons on the back foot, and use the speed of Damien Cook and James Tedesco to break through the middle of the ruck.
When it worked for that 20-minute period in the first half, a win looked on the cards. But when the Maroons closed up the middle
the Blues looked bereft of attacking ability, let alone an idea of how they were going to win that match.
To be fair, that 18-14 scoreline in Game 1 doesn’t reveal just how strong the Maroons were in that match.
They started the game stronger before a 20-minute period where the Blues threatened to take it away from them
but for the last ten minutes of the first half and much of the remainder of the match, Queensland dominated. In hindsight, they should have scored 30.
Base on records, it’s clear that Ferguson is one of the NRL’s hungriest metre-eaters
and will be expected to make early dents in the Queensland defence while his forwards get back behind the ball early in the set.
Definitely, While seven changes is an overreaction from Brad Fittler, they for the most part address significant areas of concern from the series opener.
The Blues struggled to start their sets strongly at Suncorp. Bringing in Tom Trbojevic and Jack Wighton in the centres
and also particularly Blake Ferguson on the wing, gives Freddy a strong complement of backline runners.
Look at the changes to the team sheet for Game 2 and you’d never guess there were just the four points between the two sides
Of course, in the last encounter, nor that an intercept try was one of the Blues’ culprits for their full-time deficit.