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The Vodafone Warriors swapping places with Brisbane is the only change to the order of the NRL's top eight this week. Image |

While Manly has made a break to take a two-point lead in the NRL, congestion reigns with the next 12 teams split by just six points.

After their losses Penrith and Canterbury-Bankstown remain second and third on 26 points after 19 rounds of the regular season.

The top eight is the same as it was last week with just one change in order, Brisbane moving up to sixth and the Vodafone Warriors back to seventh after the Broncos won 28-22 at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday.

They’re both on 22 points, a total shared by Melbourne (eighth) and Wests Tigers (ninth) followed by another four sides on 20 points.

Despite their loss the Vodafone Warriors are still leading the way on attack with a total of 407 points scored but they’re been joined by the Sydney Roosters.

Here’s how the 16 teams line up after 19 rounds this season and a look at their run-ins to the finals (positions on the table last week are in brackets):

1 (1) SEA EAGLES (28, +120)

Last two games | Tigers (h) W 40-8, Dragons (a) W 21-12

Last seven rounds | Vodafone Warriors (a), Broncos (h), Rabbitohs (a – SCG), Titans (a), Eels (a), Panthers (h), Cowboys (a)

2 (2) PANTHERS (26, +62)

Last two games | Broncos (h) W 35-34, Roosters (a) L 12-32

Last seven rounds | Sharks (h), Bulldogs (a), Dragons (a), Cowboys (h), Storm (h), Sea Eagles (a), Vodafone Warriors (h)

3 (3) BULLDOGS (26, +38)

Last two games | Storm (a) W 6-4, Tigers (a) L 18-46

Last seven rounds | Cowboys (h), Panthers (h), Broncos (a), Eels (a – ANZ Stadium), Tigers (h), Rabbitohs (h), Titans (a)

4 (4) RABBITOHS (24, +132)

Last two games | Bye, Eels (a) W 32-12

Last seven rounds | Raiders (a), Knights (h – Barlow Park, Cairns), Sea Eagles (h - SCG), Broncos (h), Cowboys (h), Bulldogs (a), Roosters (a) 

5 (5) ROOSTERS (24, +124)

Last two games | Bye, Panthers (a) W 32-12  

Last seven rounds | Knights (a), Dragons (h), Titans (h), Tigers (a), Vodafone Warriors (a), Storm (h), Rabbitohs (h)

6 (7) BRONCOS (22, +82)

Last two games | Panthers (a) L 34-35, Vodafone Warriors (h) W 28-22

Last seven rounds | Storm (h), Sea Eagles (a), Bulldogs (h), Rabbitohs (a), Knights (h), Dragons (h), Storm (a)

7 (6) VODAFONE WARRIORS (22, +64)

Last two games | Eels (h) W 48-0, Broncos (a) W 22-28

Last seven rounds | Sea Eagles (h), Raiders (a), Sharks (h), Knights (a), Roosters (h), Titans (h), Panthers (a)

8 (8) STORM (22, -20)

Last two games | Bulldogs (h) L 4-6, Raiders (h) W 28-14

Last seven rounds | Broncos (a), Tigers (a), Knights (a), Sharks (h), Panthers (a), Roosters (a), Broncos (h)

9 (10) WESTS TIGERS (22, -52)

Last two games | Sea Eagles (a) L 8-40, Bulldogs (h) W 46-18

Last seven rounds | Dragons (h – ANZ Stadium), Storm (h), Cowboys (a), Roosters (h), Bulldogs (a), Raiders (a), Sharks (h)

10 (12) COWBOYS (20, +78)

Last two games | Bye, Sharks (a) W 36-18

Last seven rounds | Bulldogs (a), Titans (h), Tigers (h), Panthers (a), Rabbitohs (a), Sharks (h), Sea Eagles (h)

11 (13) TITANS (20, -60)

Last two games | Raiders (h) L 20-36, Knights (a) W 22-8

Last seven rounds | Eels (h), Cowboys (a), Roosters (a), Sea Eagles (h), Dragons (a), Vodafone Warriors (a), Bulldogs (h)

12 (9) DRAGONS (20, -63)

Last two games | Bye, Sea Eagles (h) W 21-12

Last seven rounds | Tigers (a – ANZ Stadium), Roosters (a), Panthers (h), Raiders (a), Titans (h), Broncos (a), Knights (a)

13 (11) EELS (20, -102)

Last two games | Vodafone Warriors (a) L 0-48, Rabbitohs (h) L 12-32

Last seven rounds | Titans (a), Sharks (a), Raiders (h – TIO Stadium, Darwin), Bulldogs (h – ANZ Stadium), Sea Eagles (h), Knights (a), Raiders (a)

14 (14) KNIGHTS (14, -98)

Last two games | Sharks (a) W 31-18, Titans (h) L 8-22

Last seven rounds| Roosters (h), Rabbitohs (a – Barlow Park, Cairns), Storm (h), Vodafone Warriors (h), Broncos (a), Eels (h), Dragons (h)

15 (15) RAIDERS (14, -117)

Last two games | Titans (a) W 36-20, Storm (a) L 14-28

Last seven rounds | Rabbitohs (h), Vodafone Warriors (h), Eels (a – TIO Stadium, Darwin), Dragons (h), Sharks (a), Tigers (h), Eels (h)

16 (16) SHARKS (12, -188)

Last two games | Knights (h) L 18-31, Cowboys (h) L 18-36

Last seven rounds | Panthers (a), Eels (h), Vodafone Warriors (a), Storm (a), Raiders (h), Cowboys (a), Tigers (a)


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