Friday night the Broncos will face the toughest challenge of any team in NRL history, they will be trying to win a game with 19 players unavailable for the game, 20 if Harrison doesn�t play. The task ahead of the Broncos doesn�t get easier, they have to play the Tigers at Campbelltown. With Lamb looking to secure a new coaching contract and his Tigers looking to cement a place in the top 8, the �Baby Broncos� will be facing a fired up Tigers outfit.
When a team plays a game they target the players with the least amount of experience, Lamb and his Tigers will have a whole host of rookies and inexperienced players to target. Lamb even gets to go up against a rookie coach in Craig Bellamy with Bennett on origin duty.
This could be a very interesting game though, with a Tigers team under pressure to win and game they should easily win, and a Broncos team with nothing to lose and everything to gain, the match has the potential to be a ripper of a game. The Tigers will go in as firm favorites but a lot can happen in 80 minutes of football. It�s now or never for the Tigers, they must win this game, if they can�t how can they expect to compete in the pressure cooker that is finals football.
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