Melbourne Storm's Cooper Cronk goes head-to-head with Canberra Raiders' Aidan Sezer in an NRL Telstra Premiership preliminary final.
The Storm and Raiders finished first and second respectively on the 2016 Telstra Premiership ladder and now face off with a spot in the NRL Grand Final at stake.
The Storm have scored 99 tries so far this season, 24 less than the Raiders who have scored 123 tries. However the Storm have conceded just 53 tries compared to the Raiders who have let in 83 tries.
Cronk plays his 300th NRL game in an all-important milestone match, while Sezer will run out for his 94th appearance in the top grade. Who will come out on top?
Game on. Data off.
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