The final game of the round is the Manly Sea Eagles v the Wests Tigers. This is our final stats breakdown for the round.
Both sides have had some entertaining clashes in recent years with points galore being scored.
But just who has the rub of the green if anyone? Is there a standout?
Here is the full stats breakdown of games between Manly and the Wests Tigers:
Manly Sea Eagles v Wests Tigers
Manly and the Wests Tigers have played each other on 27 occasions; Manly have won 15 times, the Tigers 10 times and there have been two draws.
The sole game that Ben Cummins was referee for a match between these two sides was back in 2012, a game that Manly won 22-18.
Manly have the longest winning streak of games between the two sides with 5 consecutive wins from June 9, 2006 to April 12, 2009.
The first game played between the two sides was on Sunday, April 6, 2003 at Brookvale Oval. The Wests Tigers won 38-12 with Daniel Fitzhenry scoring a double.
The Wests Tigers biggest win over the Manly Sea Eagles came in their very first clash in 2003, when they won 38-12 at Brookvale Oval.
The Manly Sea Eagles biggest win over the Wests Tigers came on Saturday, August 23, 2008 in Rd 24 of the NRL Premiership at ANZ Stadium when they won 48-16.
Most prolific point-scorers in these clashes
Jamie Lyon (MAN) – 5 tries & 47 goals (112 pts)
Benji Marshall (WST) – 3 tries & 20 goals (52 pts)
Brett Stewart (MAN) – 13 tries (52 pts)
Brett Hodgson (WST) – 1 try & 18 goals (38 pts)
Matt Orford (MAN) – 12 goals & 1 field goal (29 pts)
Steve Menzies (MAN) – 7 tries (28 pts)
David Nofoaluma (WST) – 6 tries (24 pts)
Daly Cherry-Evans (MAN) – 6 tries (24 pts)
Michael Witt (MAN) – 1 try & 9 goals (22 pts)
Steve Matai (MAN) – 5 tries & 1 goal (22 pts)
Pat Richards (WST) – 2 tries & 9 goals (22 pts)
Anthony Watmough (MAN) – 5 tries (20 pts)
Ben Walker (MAN) – 9 goals (18 pts)
Robbie Farah (WST) – 4 tries & 1 field goal (17 pts)
Michael Robertson (MAN) – 4 tries (16 pts)
Glenn Stewart (MAN) – 4 tries (16 pts)
Beau Ryan (WST) – 4 tries (16 pts)
Kieran Foran (MAN) – 4 tries (16 pts)
Disclaimer: The above players noted here are simply those that were the most prolific scorers among all players to have played in the fixtures between these two sides.
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