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Knights vs Panthers
Time: 13 April, Saturday 07.35 pm
VENUE : Hunter Stadium
HEAD TO HEAD: Played 36 – Knights 20, Panthers 13, Drawn 3.
LAST TIME: Knights 34 def Panthers 14, Round 8, 2012 at Hunter Stadium
MISSING IN ACTION:
Wayne Bennett has named Danny Buderus on the bench, despite being a late withdrawal last Saturday due to back soreness, in an otherwise unchanged line-up.
Panthers coach Ivan Cleary has been untroubled by injuries and will field an unchanged line-up after last week’s loss to the Cowboys.
FORM: The Knights became the Dragons’ second top-eight victim when they went down 16-19 at WIN Stadium last week. Held scoreless in the first 40 minutes, Bennett will hope for a better start after his men also trailed at the break last week against the Raiders.
The Panthers have not won a game since Round 1, and despite pushing the Rabbitohs hard a fortnight ago they have not looked like coming close to breaking the drought. Fullback Dean Whare will want to forget his shaky performance under Jonathan Thurston’s towering bombs, which led to as many tries. Almost 40 missed tackles in that match are reflective of the way Penrith’s defence have performed so far. There are also concerns on attack as they have scored just 10 points in their last two outings.
Is there really a case for Penrith to cause an upset here? We think not. Saved only by the Warriors points differential from wooden spoon honours last week, the Panthers appear destined for another season of disappointment. Newcastle were out-of-sorts last week but, even still, they were able to stage a brave fightback and could have won the match. The same fight is not evident in Penrith’s performances, and neither is the class and continuity that the Knights possess. Knights by 14.