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Brisbane Broncos v Cronulla: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

While State of Origin has taken centre stage in Australia, the NRL action continues this weekend Down Under as the Brisbane Broncos entertain the Cronulla Sharks.

The Sharks have lost two on the spin to lose their grip at the top of the ladder, meaning Brisbane are now only four points behind them.

Brisbane Broncos v Cronulla

How to watch Brisbane Broncos v Cronulla and TV channel

Brisbane Broncos v Cronulla will be available to watch via the Watch NRL streaming service.

Brisbane Broncos v Cronulla kick-off time, date and venue

Brisbane Broncos v Cronulla is due to start at 10:35am BST on Saturday 8th June, and it will take place at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.

Brisbane Broncos v Cronulla stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Brisbane have won seven of their 12 games so far in the NRL, which has earned them fifth spot in the standings. They were beaten 36-34 by the Gold Coast Titans last time out, which was their second successive defeat at home.

Cronulla won nine of their first 10 games in the competition, but they have struggled in recent weeks, losing 42-0 to the Penrith Panthers, while the Parramatta Eels recorded a 34-22 victory against them last time out.

In the 63 games played since 1988, Brisbane have come out on top in 41 of those.

Brisbane Broncos v Cronulla head-to-head record (H2H)

Brisbane Broncos




Cronulla wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions.

Brisbane Broncos v Cronulla team news

Brisbane Broncos team news

Broncos players Payne Haas, Pat Carrigan, and Selwyn Cobbo all played in Origin One, so they will need to prove their fitness ahead of kick-off.

Reece Walsh sat out the majority of the game after being knocked out following a poor challenge from Joseph Sua'ali'i, so he is unlikely to pass a head assessment check.

Should any of Kevin Walters' Origin players fail fitness tests, Tristan Sailor, Fletcher Baker, and Martin Taupau are among the reserves if required.

Centre Koton Staggs can feature, though, after recovering from a rib injury.

Cronulla team news

Sharks boss Craig Fitzgibbon has rested Nicho Hynes after his appearance in Origin One, meaning Braydon Trindall and Daniel Atkinson will get the chance in the halves again.

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