It’s always tough to predict how these matches will play out without knowing which players will back up after State of Origin 1 on Wednesday night.
The Wolf is leaning towards the Under 39.5points as the best play here.
The Raiders are 14-8 under at home at night, while the Panthers boast the best defence in the league.
There’s also the chance that the Panthers attack will be quite disjointed this week, with their halves pairing of James Maloney and Nathan Cleary not training with the side in the lead-up to the clash against the Raiders due to Origin.
Throw in the 90% chance of rain as well, and all signs point to a low-scoring affair in the nation’s capital.
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