Football Federation Australia has released its preliminary figures for the 2016/17 season.
The FFA has released a number of key statistical information for the season, including the position and value of each club.
The league’s top six clubs in terms of points per game have all played 13 matches or more.
The six clubs with the highest total points per match are the Cronulla Sharks (24.9), Canberra Raiders (24), Wests Tigers (23.8), Gold Coast Titans (23), South Sydney Rabbitohs (22.6) and Brisbane Broncos (22).
The four teams with the lowest total points scored per game are the Parramatta Eels (11.5), Newcastle Knights (11), Sydney Roosters (11) and Manly Sea Eagles (11).
The Eels are the only NRL club to have scored more than the Eels’ goal difference, as they have managed just 14.7 points per contest.
The Rabbitohts have been a huge surprise in the finals, and have been able to average more than 22 points per outing, the best in the competition.
The Knights have the highest average points per home game, averaging 26.7 per contest, which is better than their average of 21.3 per contest in the regular season.
This is the first time in the history of the competition that two clubs have been the two top scorers in a series.
The NRL has seen two different top-five teams in the final four, with the Cronos, Roosties and Knights finishing ahead of their opponents in the first round.
The Cronos are the two teams to have the lowest average points scored in the series (11 goals scored), while the Roostos are one of the four teams to score more than three goals in the two-leg series.
There has been one win in five games in the 2017/18 season, which has seen the Rabbitoht have the worst win percentage in the NRL this season.