Penrith Panthers v Parramatta Eels time, kick-off, tickets, how to watch, odds, tips

But the blueprint remains, not least because “offload to change of angle” is the Eels at their best and troubling for any side in the game.

Parramatta’s demolition of Canberra in week two showed an ability to change tack. They swung from edge to edge with abandon as Dylan Brown regularly jumped into first receiver and doubled up with Mitchell Moses, the former using his pace across the ground to draw defenders into error and the Eels into overlaps.

It was a fine change of pace, but an offload-heavy game remains their best bet against Penrith’s watertight defence. An average of 247…

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