The Roosters have lost to the Eels, Cronulla and Warriors at the same stage in the season, but they’re still unbeaten at home and have been a major threat to the Broncos.
The Raiders will play a rematch with the Dragons at Suncorp Stadium in the same week, and have won four of their last five.
The Broncos will play the Roost, Dragons and Roost in round seven.
If the Roos lose, they’ll lose their home and away record against all three NRL teams, while the Dragons will lose four of five at ANZ Stadium.
The Roost and Dragons are in the finals, while Penrampers are one win from being in the final.
In the finals they’ll face the premiers.
It’s a tough draw.
It should be an exciting one to watch, but it will also be a tough one to play, particularly as the Roop’s only loss this season was at Manly.
“We’ve got the right mentality, the right players and a group of players who have been in a similar situation to us in the past,” coach Justin Hodges said.
“I don’t think you can be too pessimistic.
We’ve just got to look forward to playing them, we’ve just lost to them twice in two weeks and we can’t be too optimistic.”
The Roos have a lot of confidence in their group.
The Dragons have been struggling in their NRL games and have lost all five games they’ve played at ANU.
The Rabbitohs have lost four of the last five games, but are still unbeaten in the competition.
It won’t be easy for the Rooneys to beat the Dragons, who have won six of their past seven games.
The Eels are in last place, having lost two of their three games.
They’re also one win away from the NRL finals.
It was a different story for the Broncos at Suntec Stadium, who lost their first game in Canberra and have now lost three of their four.
The Titans have won the last four against the Roones and have beaten them twice, including at Canberra.
They were a strong side in their first home game of the season against the Dragons in round one, but lost to their archrivals in round four.
And they were outclassed by the Broncos in their last home game.
“The first game was a huge disappointment,” Roos coach Michael Maguire said.
“We were playing really well and we lost the first two games and then we lost two games in a row.
It took a lot for us to get back on track.”
The Broncos are one of four NRL teams to be undefeated at home against Penramps this season, and are two wins away from a premiership.
Their most recent win over the Rooms was against the Warriors at Suncot Stadium in round three.
The Cowboys are unbeaten in Canberra, with a win over Manly last week.
It will be a different game for the Cowboys if they’re to be victorious in the game, which is expected to be played in the afternoon.
It could be the last chance for the Rabbitoh, Roos and Dragons to prove they’re not an NRL juggernaut, but if they can win, they will have won their home games against the other two teams.
The other NRL teams have lost a total of 23 games, including seven in a fortnight.
In Canberra, the Rabbitoos have won eight of their first nine matches, including a narrow win over St George Illawarra last week before being blown out by the Dragons.
They’ve won four games at the ANU, including the win against the Eel.
The Warriors have lost six of eight, including two in a week.
The NRL’s two highest-scoring teams in the league are the Rabbitoos and the Dragons with six apiece.
The only team to lose all six of its home games in Canberra this season is the Dragons and are currently on the bottom of the ladder.