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The Eels have won the last two against the Rabbitohs, including a 22-16 victory back in Round 12. Joint leading try-scorer Alex Johnston scored a double on a losing side. Seven of the last eight clashes have topped 38 points.
Parramatta are fourth on the ladder with a 15-8 record and will lock down a Top 4 spot with a win. They have been flying with eight wins in their last nine clashes. They enter this off a 52-34 road demolition of the Broncos. South Sydney are out of the running and enter this class of a humiliating 64-6 road loss to Melbourne, one of the club’s biggest ever defeats. Prior to that they had won three straight. They are out of finals contention with just nine wins.
The Eels and Rabbitohs couldn’t be coming into this clash on any further opposite ends of the spectrum.
Last week the Eels produced one of their finest performances of the last decade to clinically dismantle the Broncos 52-34 at Suncorp Stadium – their best team score in 10 years – while the Rabbitohs suffered an embarrassing 64-6 shellacking at the hands of rampant competition leaders Melbourne, which was the biggest loss of any team this season.
Just glancing at those scores and it’s obvious which one of these teams has something to play for on Friday night and which side is counting down the days until Mad Monday.
After the heartbreak of their salary cap scandal last season, the Eels have enjoyed a magical campaign in 2017, and even though they’ve already guaranteed themselves final footy, a win against Souths will ensure they make it through to the second week of September, denying reigning premiers Cronulla a chance to leapfrog them into the top four.
On the back of putting 50 points past Brisbane last week, surely this is an opportunity that Parramatta won’t let slip.
But always beware the wounded warriors with nothing to play for, because that’s exactly what Souths are right now, and with nothing to lose, they will be free to throw the ball around, chance their arm and simply see what happens.
Souths had a great record recently against Parramatta, winning seven straight between 2010 and 2014, but the Eels have won their last two showdowns, and with a top four spot on the line, expect Brad Arthur’s men to ruthlessly finish the job on Friday night.
Eels: 1. Will Smith 2. Semi Radradra 3. Michael Jennings 4. Brad Takairangi 5. Kirisome Auva’a 6. Corey Norman 7. Mitchell Moses 8. Daniel Alvaro 9. Cameron King 10. Tim Mannah 11. Manu Ma’u 12. Tepai Moeroa 13. Nathan Brown 14. David Gower 15. Kenny Edwards 16. Siosaia Vave 17. Suaia Matagi 18. Kaysa Pritchard 19. Josh Hoffman 20. Beau Scott 21. Frank Pritchard.
Rabbitohs: 1. Bryson Goodwin 2. Campbell Graham 3. Aaron Gray 4. Tyrell Fuimaono 5. Robert Jennings 6. Cody Walker 7. Adam Reynolds 8. Thomas Burgess 9. Damien Cook 10. Sam Burgess 11. John Sutton 12. Angus Crichton 13. Cameron Murray 14. Robbie Farah 15. George Burgess 16. Kyle Turner 17. Dean Britt 18. Jason Clark 19. David Tyrrell 20. Siosifa Talakai 21. Luke Kelly.