Gold Coast Titans star Jarryd Hayne has bounced back from a disastrous #Origin performance to guide ...
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27-08-2010 06:05PM at Mt Smart Stadium
The Warriors will miss Michael Luck, just as we missed the footage of that horrible injury which nobody can seem to find. Spewing. Speaking of injuries, Darren Lockyer remains out of the Broncos line-up for this match and judging by their performance against the Knights last week, Brisbane might be in trouble. Without the direction of the NRL's best player, Ivan Henjak's side seemed directionless after the first 20 minutes and never recovered.
This will be their downfall against a fit and aggressive Warriors team with a halves combination improving every week. Brett Seymour and James Maloney should be too much for the visitors and the New Zealand defence will also be too strong. Seymour could be primed for a big match against one of his former clubs, and the Warriors play their last home game of the season and a farewell to Brent Tate gives them enough motivation to win.
|New Zealand Warriors Brisbane Broncos|
|2010||NRL - Round 3||Suncorp Stadium||New Zealand Warriors||48-16|
|2009||Round 17||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane||Brisbane Broncos||28-14|
|2009||Round 3||Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland||Brisbane Broncos||26-10|
|2008||Round 22||Mount Smart Stadium||New Zealand Warriors||16-12|
|2007||Round 2||Mt Smart Stadium||New Zealand Warriors||24-14|