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Tickets have TODAY gone on-sale for the round eight Bulldogs v Tigers match to be played at ANZ Stadium on Friday, 3 May.

Kick-off for the NRL match will be at 7.35pm with the NYC match commencing at 5.20pm (Gates Open 5.15pm).

With the Tigers coming to the home of the Bulldogs for the first time in 2013 and the first time since round one of 2011, it will also be the first time that Tigers Coach Mick Potter comes up against the side that he spent many years at (1983-1988), with the fullback playing 79 first grade games in that time. Potter won two Premierships at the Bulldogs and also won the Dally M Medal playing for the Club in just his second year (1984).

Although the rookie Coach will be returning to face off against a club that he has so many fond memories of, the new men in blue and white will be out to spoil his return.

The fixture will also see the return of Great Britain International and front row forward James Graham who will be back from suspension. The 27-year-old has been training the house down and feels fresher now than he ever has in his career, so Members and fans should be excited to see him back in action.

The Bulldogs only came up against the Tigers once in season 2012, with the Bulldogs victorious on the day 32-20 in front of 19,034 fans at Allianz Stadium. The match is always one where both sets of passionate fans show their colours and support for their team. Be sure to secure your seat today and have the best seats in the house for this mouth-watering fixture.

With names like Barba, Morris, Reynolds, Ennis and Pritchard up against Farah, Marshall, Anasta, Lawrence and Blair there is no better opportunity so see so many quality players on

one field.

Get your tickets today from HERE or by calling 132 849.
Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are 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 Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.