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Matt Elliott looks at how the Broncos attack is breaking down defences.

He's a veteran coach of 272 NRL games and Matt Elliott is back on for season 2016 to dissect all the plays that matter in The Breakdown.

This week on NRL Breakdown, Matt Elliott looks at how attacking systems are breaking down defensive structures to create try-scoring opportunities.

Elliott highlights how the Broncos are using a group of support runners to make easy metres up the middle of the field, before halves Anthony Milford and Ben Hunt assess the situation and target defenders.

He also demonstrates how the Sharks picked on Raiders hooker Josh Hodgson last weekend, isolating the No.9 and forcing him into making four tackles in a row that led to a try-scoring opportunity which they converted at the end of the set.

The Breakdown also takes a look at a brilliantly worked Cowboys try with some great deception against South Sydney.




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