If I am reading this right, Souths vs Canterbury may well be the biggest margin ever in a game in the NRL.
Does anyone know what the current biggest winning margin ever is?
I did some research, in 1935, St George defeated Canterbury by 85 points.
In more recent times, it was 2003, Parramatta beat Cronulla 74-4.
The halftime score in that one was only 24-4.
Jame Lyon scored 5 tries and even Nathan Hindmarsh had a goal kick - that's fairly insulting isn't it!
Do the Bunnies get near that today?
I think so.
Maybe they fall just short.
Canterbury lose to the Broncos by 24-0 last week, that's not the sort of form you want to be taking into a match when you're taking on one of the premier contenders.
They might fight early, maybe it's only a 20 point margin at halftime, but the second half the floodgates just open.
Alex Johnston 5 tries again?
Latrell Mitchell will get the 3 Dally M Points for 6 try assists or something like that I reckon.
Kick off is not far away, I am taking Souths Sydney giving up 46.5, that's paying $8.50.
For the record, I'll go Bunnies 68 - 6.
Can you believe the Doggies actually beat them last time?
Imagine if the Bulldogs came out and won, now that would be a good yarn.
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