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Match: Samoa vs Tonga
Date: 02 May 2015
Stadium: CBus Stadium, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Competition: Rugby League
Kickoff time: 19: 40 (AEDT)
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The second leg of the Pacific Test double header is a belter with rivals Tonga and Samoa squaring off in what shapes as a fascinating affair. There is little love lost between Tonga and Samoa with a physical match all but certain.
Both teams have named squads nearly complete with N RL players with Samoa having just two non-NRL players while all 19 of Tonga’s players have competed at premiership level. Samoa have just eight players backing up from last year’s mid-season Test but it is a quality side led by Josh McGuire, Sam Kasiano, Tim Simona, Joey Leilua and Daniel Vidot. Tonga’s team is as impressive with Warriors centre pairing Solomone Kata and Konrad Hurrell, Manu Ma’u and Sika Manu named in the team. Jorge Taufua will also play his first game of the season after injury and off-season dramas.
Tonga and Samoa have met eight times with Samoa winning five matches, Tonga two and one match drawn with the first Test played back in 1998. The teams have met four times over the last decade with Tonga winning three of those matches, including the inaugural Pacific Test in 2013 36-4. Mahe Fonua and Samisoni Laingi both scored doubles in that match while Daniel Vidot scored Samoa’s only try.
Samoa enter this in their best ever form after a transformative Four Nations campaign. Samoa lost all three matches but were highly competitive in each match, nearly upsetting both England and New Zealand. Samoa have played 10 Tests since 2013 for three wins – against Fiji, PNG and France. They reached the quarters of the 2013 World Cup despite being somewhat poor throughout. Tonga disappointed in their only Test last year, losing 32-18 to Papua New Guinea in Lae after an underachieving World Cup where they won two games but missed out on the finals. Tonga have won four of their last six internationals.
Look for a huge matchup in the centres when Samoa’s Joey Leilua and Ricky Leutele come up against Konrad Hurrell and Solomone Kata. All four three-quarters are dangerous attacking weapons prone to defensive lapses, which should make for some entertaining if frustrating football. There is more upside to the Tongan pair and if they are on can tip the game in Tonga’s favour.
Samoa have scored 18 points in four of their last five Tests and have won three of their last five against Pacific Nations. Samoa also thumped Fiji in the Pacific Test last year. Five of the last eight Tongan Tests have finished with 42 points or fewer. Tonga have won just two of their last seven Tests against Pacific nations.
The value in this match is certainly with Samoa. It is quite extraordinary they are outsiders in this considering their performance in the mid-season Test last year and more importantly the Four Nations, where they almost pulled off extraordinary wins over England and New Zealand. They have a major edge in the forward pack and if they can hold their own out wide then this game will be all Samoa. Great value.