Penrith's Trent Merrin and Canterbury's David Klemmer go head-to-head in an NRL Elimination Final.
These two teams both finished on 32 competition points on the Telstra Premiership ladder, with Penrith having a superior for-and-against record by 42 points.
The Panthers have scored 96 tries so far this season to the Bulldogs' 91, but the Panthers have also conceded more tries than the Bulldogs - 80 to 78.
The average points scored by the Panthers is 23, with the Bulldogs averaging 21 points per game in 2016. Both teams average 19 points against per game.
This is set to be an epic elimination final. Who will come out on top?
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