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The NRLW Dragons will take on the Brisbane Broncos at Melbourne's AAMI Park on Saturday, September 10 (2:50pm). Here is your NRLW Round 4 game day guide

Neutral ground

Following last week's historical first game at Allianz Stadium, the NRLW will again break new ground this Saturday, with Melbourne hosting its first ever Women's Premiership games. The triple header will see the Titans play the Eels at 1:05pm prior to the Dragons battling the Broncos and the Storm-Raiders elimination final.

Return to finals

The Dragons look to bounce back into the winner's circle this weekend. They have added motivation too, with a win against the Broncos putting the team on six competition points with one game remaining, guaranteeing a top four spot and finals berth.

Mate vs. Mate

Last year, Teagan Berry and Jaime Chapman formed the lethal right side centre-wing combination for the Red V. This season they both move to the left with 'Chappo' also swapping to Brisbane colours, but their form has not waivered.

Both sit equal first in try scoring (three) this NRLW season as well as top two in line breaks (Chapman six and Berry five). While they may not come face-to-face too often this weekend, playing on opposite flanks, look for these two to have a big impact on the outcome of the game.

Kick past second phase

Thanks to the leg of halfback Rachel Pearson throughout the first three weeks of the NRLW season, the Dragons have booted their way to kicking supremacy.

Totalling the most kicks (49) and kick metres (1,273) this season, the Red V No. 7 will need to keep booting the ball down field to keep the Broncos' down their own end. Brisbane are the league's most damaging second phase team with 39 offloads so far through the opening rounds. The Dragons' last start opponents the Roosters were a distant second with 22.

Look for defence and effective tackles to play a large role in this match-up.

Acknowledgement of Country

St George Illawarra Dragons 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 Islanders peoples, where our games are played, our programs are conducted and in the communities we support.

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