The second-half points have dried up, while the Canberra Raiders' missed tackles have been climbing. It's the tale of the past three weeks as the Green Machine have struggled to come out of the sheds after the break. Raiders coach Ricky Stuart said they've spoken about fixing a few issues that were affecting their second 40s ahead of their crucial clash against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Canberra Stadium on Thursday night. He dismissed fitness as one of them, but wouldn't be drawn on what reasons they've uncovered for the second-half slumps. They've scored just four points after half-time in their past three games - against North Queensland, Parramatta and Penrith - and none since a Jarrod Croker try in the 60th minute against the Panthers in round five.