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Brisbane Broncos' Matt Gillett and Sydney Roosters' Aidan Guerra go head-to-head in Round 26 of the NRL Telstra Premiership.

The finals-bound Broncos could finish as high as fourth place if other Round 26 results go their way, while the resurgent Roosters will be looking to finish a tough season on a high note.

Going into the final round of the season, both teams average 169 hit-ups per game, with the Broncos averaging 1,537 metres gained to the Roosters' 1,524 metres per game.

The Roosters average 12 offloads per game to the Broncos' 9, with Gillett and Guerra contributing a total of 13 and 8 respectively this season.

This article first appeared on NRL.COM


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