NRL Stats Breakdown Rd 19: Parramatta Eels v New Zealand Warriors

Former Parramatta Eels utility back Luke Burt

The Eels fortunes against the Warriors have not been kind to them in the past but with resurgence in 2019, can they buck the trend?

The two are relatively evenly matched as some players miss out and others return, as the Eels look to continue their strong form at BankWest.

Parramatta Eels v New Zealand Warriors Stats Breakdown

The Parramatta Eels and New Zealand Warriors have played each other on 40 occasions; the Eels have won 21 games, the Warriors have won 18 games and there has been 1 draw.

The Eels have won just two of the last seven games between the two sides.

The first match between the two sides was played in round 7, 1995, with the Warriors comfortably defeating the Eels 40-4.

Top try-scorer in this clash

Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 12
Luke Burt (PAR) – 11
Jarryd Hayne (PAR) – 11
Daniel Wagon (PAR) – 6
Eric Grothe (PAR) – 6
Matt Petersen (PAR) – 5
Francis Meli (WAR) – 5
Ben Smith (PAR) – 5
Semi Radradra (PAR) – 5

Top point-scorer in this clash

Luke Burt (PAR) – 11 tries & 49 goals (140 pts)
Michael Witt (PAR/WAR) – 3 tries & 23 goals (58 pts)
Shaun Johnson (WAR) – 2 tries, 24 goals & 1 field goal (57 pts)
Manu Vatuvei (WAR) – 12 tries (48 pts)
Jarryd Hayne (PAR) – 11 tries & 1 goal (46 pts)
Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 1 try, 16 goals & 1 field goal (37 pts)
James Maloney (WAR) – 2 tries & 14 goals (36 pts)
Jason Taylor (PAR) – 1 try & 15 goals (34 pts)
Stacey Jones (WAR) – 4 tries & 9 goals (34 pts)
Chris Sandow (PAR) – 3 tries & 8 goals (28 pts)
Daniel Wagon (PAR) – 6 tries (24 pts)

Former New Zealand Warriors winger Manu Vatuvei

Head Coaching records

John Monie (WAR) – 2/2 (100%)
Brian McClennan (WAR) – 1/1 (100%)
Jason Taylor (PAR) – 1/1 (100%)
Ricky Stuart (PAR) – 1/1 (100%)
Brian Smith (PAR) – 12/16 (75%)
Stephen Kearney (WAR) – 2/3 (66.7%)
Ivan Cleary (WAR) – 6/12 (50%)
Andrew McFadden (PAR) – 2/4 (50%)
Michael Hagan (PAR) – 2/5 (40%)
Brad Arthur (PAR) – 3/8 (37.5%)
Daniel Anderson (WAR) – 2/6 (33.3%)
Anthony Kemp (WAR) – 1/4 (25%)
Daniel Anderson (PAR) -1/4 (25)
Frank Endacott (WAR) – 0/1 (0%)
Matthew Elliott (WAR) – 0/2 (0%)
Ron Hilditch (PAR) – 0/2 (0%)
Mark Graham (WAR) – 0/4 (0%)

Players to have played for both sides

  1. Justin Morgan – 1994-1999 (PAR) & 2001-2002 (WAR)
  2. Mark Horo – 1990-1994 (PAR) & 1996-1997 (WAR)
  3. Matthew Spence – 1995-1998 (PAR) & 2000 (WAR)
  4. Jason Bell – 1989-1992 & 1997-1999 (PAR) & 2000 (WAR)
  5. Lee Oudenryn – 1992-1995 (PAR) & 1997-2000 (WAR)
  6. Mark Tookey – 1998-1999 (PAR) & 2000-2004 (WAR)
  7. Joe Galuvao – 1998-2000 (WAR) & 2008-2009 (PAR)
  8. John Simon – 1997-1999 (PAR) & 1999-2000 (WAR)
  9. PJ Marsh – 2000-2001 & 2005-2007 (PAR) & 2002-2003 (WAR)
  10. Danny Sullivan – 2001 (PAR) & 2004 (WAR)
  11. Michael Witt – 2003-2004 (PAR) & 2007-2008 (WAR)
  12. Wade McKinnon – 2004-2006 (PAR) & 2007-2010 (WAR)
  13. Todd Lowrie – 2007-2009 (PAR) & 2013 (WAR)
  14. Krisnan Inu – 2007-2010 (PAR) & 2011-2012 (WAR)
  15. Ian Henderson – 2005 (PAR) & 2008-2010 (WAR)
  16. Feleti Mateo – 2004 & 2007-2010 (PAR) & 2011-2014 (WAR)
  17. Jeremy Latimore – 2009 (PAR) & 2010-2011 (WAR)
  18. Suaia Matagi – 2013-2015 (WAR) & 2017-2018 (PAR)
  19. Jonathan Wright – 2009-2010 (PAR) & 2015-2016 (WAR)

Biggest winning margins

The Parramatta Eels heaviest defeat against the New Zealand Warriors was a 48-0 shellacking in round 18, 2014.

The New Zealand Warriors heaviest defeat against the Parramatta Eels was a 56-12 romp in the 2001 NRL qualifying final.

Players to be sin-binned/sent-off in this fixture

  1. Gary Freeman (PAR) both sin-binned and sent-off in round 7, 1996.
  2. Darren Treacy (PAR) & Stacey Jones (WAR) both sin-binned in round 14, 2003.
  3. Isaiah Papali’I (WAR) sin-binned in round 11, 2018.

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