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St George Illawarra Dragons vs New Zealand Warriors Tips - Five in a row for the Dragons

  • St George Illawarra Dragons vs New Zealand Warriors predictions for Sunday's NRL Round 6 match
  • The Dragons have won their last 4 games
  • Match preview, predictions and latest team news
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New Zealand Warriors and the St George Illawarra Dragons clash on Sunday (Getty Images) Staff 16 Apr 2021
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St George Illawarra Dragons vs New Zealand Warriors Tips

The Dragons have won their last 4 games, working off the back of their very good defence which has conceded just under 14 points per game this season. The Warriors have conceded an average of 24 points per game over their last 4 matches and St George are tipped to edge them on Sunday.

  • St George Illawarra Dragons have won their last 4 matches.
  • St George Illawarra Dragons have won 21 of their 30 matches against New Zealand Warriors.
  • There has been 30 or more points scored in 26 of the 30 matches between St George Illawarra Dragons and New Zealand Warriors.
  • New Zealand Warriors have won 1 of 7 matches Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.


There have been 30 games played between these two teams, with the Dragons dominating. They have won 21 of the matches to the Warriors' meagre nine victories.

The Dragons have won all 17 games when they have scored at least 21 points.

St George Illawarra Dragons Form

The Dragons opened the season with a loss to neighbours and rivals Cronulla as the Sharks strolled to a 32-18 victory. 

The Dragons then played two lowly outfits in successive weeks, which saw them notch wins against the North Queensland Cowboys 25-18 and Manly Sea Eagles 38-12.

St George then played their next 2 games against top 8 sides from 2020 and came away with two more victories.

They beat Newcastle Knights 22-13 and then produced their best performance in recent times in Round 5, as they clinically beat the previous undefeated Parramatta Eels 26-12.

St George Illawarra Dragons Team News

Ben Hunt remains unavailable after suffering a fracture to his leg in Round 3 and isn’t expected to return for another three weeks at the very least. 

Cameron McInnes is out for the season due to a serious knee injury.

The Dragons line-up this week remains unchanged from the side that defeated Parramatta Eels last weekend.

St George Illawarra Dragons Team List

1. Matthew Dufty 2. Cody Ramsey 3. Jack Bird 4. Zac Lomax 5. Mikaele Ravalawa 6. Corey Norman 7. Adam Clune 8. Blake Lawrie 9. Andrew McCullough 10. Paul Vaughan 11. Josh Kerr 12. Tariq Sims 13. Tyrell Fuimaono 14. Kaide Ellis 15. Trent Merrin 16. Daniel Alvaro 17. Brayden Wiliame 18. Jackson Ford 19. Billy Burns 20. Josh Mcguire 21. Jordan Pereira

New Zealand Warriors Form

The Warriors' form this year has been inconsistent at best with a 2-3 record heading into Round 6. 

They surprised a much-hyped Gold Coast Titans in Round 1 with a brilliant 19-6 victory. The Warriors remained very strong in Round 2 despite losing 20-16 to the Newcastle Knights.

In Round 3, the Warriors staged an amazing comeback to defeat Canberra Raiders on the siren 34-31. 

But the following week, the Roosters comfortably disposed of the Warriors 32-12 in Round 4 and last weekend they lost to Manly by one point in a rather dire game with a thrilling finale.

New Zealand Warriors Team News

The Warriors have five players unavailable due to injury. 

Bayley Sironen is set to return next weekend from his shoulder injury, while Euan Aitken is set to be out for another 4-5 weeks. 

Chanel Harris-Tavita will be out until Round 14 as he recovers from a foot injury and prop Addin Fonua-Blake may not be available until Round 20 due to a knee injury. 

Winger David Fusitu’a has a hamstring injury is set to be out for a few weeks.

Bunty Afoa returns this week on the bench, Peta Hiku is back on the wing in place of Fusitu’a. Jamayne Taunoa-Brown and Eliesa Katoa are both out of the 17, but available to play.

New Zealand Warriors Team List

1. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 2. Peta Hiku 3. Adam Pompey 4. Marcelo Montoya 5. Ken Maumalo 6. Kodi Nikorima 7. Sean O’Sullivan 8. Leeson Ah Mau 9. Wayde Egan 10. Tohu Harris 11. Josh Curran 12. Jack Murchie 13. Jazz Tevaga 14. Ben Murdoch-Masila 15. Bunty Afoa 16. Kane Evans 17. Paul Turner 18. Rocco Berry 20. Tom Ale 21. Jamayne Taunoa-Brown 22. Taniela Otukolo 

St George Illawarra Dragons vs New Zealand Warriors FAQs

Where can I watch the St George Illawarra Dragons vs New Zealand Warriors live stream?

Check our live streaming calendar to see where to watch the St George Illawarra Dragons vs New Zealand Warriors live stream.

When does St George Illawarra Dragons vs New Zealand Warriors take place?

The match is being played at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium on Sunday, April 18.



The Dragons are looking at recording their first run of five straight wins since the start of the 2018 season. Their defence is very strong, in contrast to the Warriors at present.
A Dragons win by a 1-12 margin looks to be the best bet.

Best Bet: Dragons by 1-12 Winning Margin @160.00 at BetMGM - 2 Units

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