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Will the Manly Sea Eagles avoid six straight losses or will the Brisbane Broncos consolidate their spot in the top eight? Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match, starting at 7:35pm AEST.
Manly coach Trent Barrett will enter Saturday night’s clash with the Broncos quietly confident of turning their season around after almost upsetting the Roosters last weekend.
After a string of disappointing losses, the Sea Eagles stunned the Tricolours to gain an early 10-0 lead before eventually falling 22-20.
The effort was there but poor ball handling let them down with Manly managing to complete just 68 per cent of their 40 sets with the ball in hand.
The Sea Eagles will also have to overcome a 0-5 record away from Lottoland this year. To make it worse they have also lost their past four games at Suncorp Stadium.
The Broncos were on the right side of a 22-20 scoreline last weekend when they struck late to down the Bulldogs.
Despite conceding just three penalties and completing at 87 per cent, Wayne Bennett’s men only just escaped with the two points, with the slippery playing surface at Suncorp Stadium proving a roadblock.
Sam Thaiday suits up for his 150th game at the venue on Saturday night and is only the second Bronco to do so with the retired Corey Parker the only other to achieve this feat.