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Check out all the recent and historical figures between the Sea Eagles and Broncos ahead of their clash this Friday night.

Overall head to head

Sea Eagles: 19

Broncos: 18

Draw: 1

Last time they met

Rd 12 2014, Suncorp Stadium.

BRONCOS 36. Tries: Dale Copley (2), Jack Reed (2), Matt Gillett, Alex Glenn, Lachlan Maranta. Goals: Ben Hunt 2/3, Corey Parker 2/4.

SEA EAGLES 10. Tries: Jamie Buhrer, Kieran Foran. Goals: Lyon 1/2.

Both sides were heavily hit by Origin commitments and injury the last time they met, but it was Brisbane who appeared unaffected as they dictated play from the outset to hand the Sea Eagles their fourth loss of the season.

The home side exploded out of the blocks, crossing the line three times inside the opening quarter hour mark to lead Manly 14-0.

Despite their best efforts to hit back, the Sea Eagles were unable to claw the margin as they were handed their biggest defeat of the season.

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Last five meetings between the two sides

23rd Sep 2011 – Sea Eagles 26-14, Allianz Stadium

11th May 2012 – Sea Eagles 24-22, Suncorp Stadium

24th Aug 2012 – Sea Eagles 16-6, Brookvale Oval

8th March 2013 – Sea Eagles 22-14, Suncorp Stadium

1st June 2014 – Brisbane 36-10, Suncorp Stadium

General stats

The Sea Eagles have had the wood of the Broncos in recent years, winning four of their past fiving meetings.

Manly’s biggest win over the Broncos: 26-0, 1991 at Brookvale Oval.

Brisbane’s biggest win over the Sea Eagles: 44-10 1988 at Suncorp Stadium.

The Sea Eagles have won nine of 15 matches against the Broncos at Brookvale Oval.

The Sea Eagles are the only team in the NRL to have won their last three matches.

Premierships: Sea Eagles 8, Broncos 6.

Manly haven’t lost at home since round one against the Storm.

The Sea Eagles have the second best attacking record, six points behind the Roosters in first on 419 points. 

Acknowledgement of Country

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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