From 10 deciders, 9 at Lang Park- Queensland 7 New South Wales 2. Two different games the first two Origins. The first game the teams weren't kept apart too well and Queensland were able to thrive. In game two the teams were kept apart and suddenly the big men of the Blues had room and moved the ball quicker and more efficiently to the edges. Game one Queensland 215 passes and New South Wales 187. Game two New South Wales 217 passes Queensland 166 If you play football you win. So now it becomes a battle of who wins out and what they're allowed to do, this is Cronk's team and him being there will improve everything for Queensland. Queensland have a 69% win rate with Jono and Cronk together, win tonight and they're the states most successful ever halves with 70% Lockyer and Jono- 12/18 Lewis and Langer 9/13 Jono and Cronk 6/9 Queensland love to move it to the left and get Inglis and Boyd into the game, while New South Wales love to also go left and get Jennings into the game. Jennings now has 4 tries, 46 tackle breaks, 8 line breaks and 98 metres per game. He has the potential to do damage if Hodges doesn't contain him. Jennings loves early ball well before the line so he can use his footwork and speed. Queensland have won 6 from the last 7 games at Lang Park. So as much as they say they love it I am not really sure New South Wales do. Smith will be interesting, his family has been in camp with him this week and he's spent plenty of time with them. The players are not happy how their captain has been treated. Myles needs to be the forward leader tonight. In fact I would think that for Queensland to go well MOTM needs to be Myles or Scott. (Morris, Davidson, Backo twice, Bella twice, Harragon, Howe, Webcke, Bailey, Price, Mason and Gallen twice) are the only props to do it. Agression and keepting to a plan are the things Queensland didn't do well in game 2. They allowed soft tries.