Two of the most powerful running wingers in the NRL Telstra Premiership go head-to-head when Manly takes on Parramatta to kick off Round 7 at Brookvale Oval.
Sea Eagles winger Tom Trbojevic may only be 19 years old, but he has already established himself as a try-scoring threat with great ball skills and the ability to beat players in tackles.
Eels flyer Semi Radradra hasn’t produced his regular return of tries so far in 2016 but the blockbusting runner is only ever a chance away from scoring a bagful.
The Sea Eagles have a better attack than the Eels statistically, averaging 20 points per game to 18. But the big difference is in defence where the Eels concede just 11 points per game as opposed to Manly allowing 22 points per game.
Trbojevic and Radradra lead their teams in running metres with averages of 146m and 122m per game respectively. Who will come out on top on Thursday night?