The 2015 NRL Draw has been released, but even though all the details are out in the open now, there's still a few facts you probably didn't know about.

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Read on to see the 10 facts you didn't know about this year's NRL draw.

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1. It's been 13 years since Wests Tigers took on the St. George-Illawarra Dragons at Campbelltown Sports Stadium (July 28, 2002). They'll head there in Round 2 for the Club's first home game of 2015, on Monday, March 16 at 7:00pm. The Dragons have won both matches they've played in their history at Campbelltown Sports Stadium.

2. Wests Tigers will take on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium on Friday night football in Round 4. The Club's equal biggest winning margin (52 points) also came against the Bulldogs on Friday night (R24, 2005) at the then Stadium Australia.

3. Melbourne Storm have won just three out of 10 matches against Wests Tigers at Leichhardt Oval — a venue they'll head to in Round 21. It's the Storm's worst winning percentage out of any ground in the competition (minimum 10 appearances).

4. Wests Tigers have won more games against the Brisbane Broncos in Brisbane than in Sydney. The Club will head to Suncorp Stadium in Round 19.

5. Wests Tigers have won five of their last seven games against Newcastle in Newcastle. They've also kicked a field goal in each of their last three wins against the Knights at Hunter Stadium — a trip they'll make in Round 10 on Sunday, May 17.

6. Wests Tigers have four fixtures that directly correspond from their 2014 fixtures list — Rabbitohs (R3), Roosters (R9), Rabbitohs (R14) and the Storm (R21).

7. It's been 3,361 days since the 2005 Grand Final, when Wests Tigers beat the North Queensland Cowboys for the Club's maiden premiership. The 10 year anniversary of that match will be celebrated when the two teams meet in Round 11 on May 23.

8. 2015 will be the first time that Wests Tigers will have played the New Zealand Warriors since 2011. That year, the Club won both matches — a 20-12 (R2) and 26-22 (R14).

9. Wests Tigers have 11 free-to-air games on Channel 9 between Rounds 1 and 20. Only the Bulldogs and the Broncos have more free-to-air exposure before August.

10. Wests Tigers start the season with an away match for the third year in a row. In the last five years, the Club have had just one home game to start the season. Wests Tigers have only won one season opener away from home (2002 against the Bulldogs).