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South Sydney Rabbitohs look to extend their unbeaten run to start the season when they face Manly Sea Eagles in NRL Round 4 action on Saturday.
One of just two unbeaten teams across the first three rounds of the season, can the Rabbitohs make it four wins from four when they come up against a resurgent Manly outfit on Saturday afternoon?
Souths were arguably the most impressive team over the first two rounds as they registered two big victories over minor premiers the Roosters and rivals the Dragons, but the fact they were able to overcome a gallant Titans outfit last week was also eye-catching.
It would have been easy for the Rabbitohs to take their foot off the pedal – which, to be fair, they did in the second-half once they established a healthy lead – but in front of a flat atmosphere on a Sunday night at ANZ Stadium, they got the job done without ever being in danger.
Can Souths keep pace with Melbourne and remain unbeaten when they travel to Brookvale on Saturday afternoon?
The Sea Eagles will be full of confidence after securing their first win of the season last week, demolishing the Warriors in Christchurch by a 46-16 scoreline.
The match highlighted just how crucial Tom Trbojevic is to Manly’s hopes this season, with the fullback putting in a spectacular display after returning from injury. Now the challenge for Manly – prove that last week wasn’t a fluke and if they can match it with the genuine juggernauts of the competition.
These two teams have split their last six meetings at three wins apiece, with Souths winning their last clash in Round 3 last year and their last meeting at Lottoland in 2017. Manly were impressive last week, but the Warriors were terrible, and they won’t be afforded the same luxuries against the Rabbitohs. I’m expecting Wayne Bennett’s team to continue their unbeaten start.
Sea Eagles: 1 Tom Trbojevic 2 Jorge Taufua 3 Brendan Elliot 4 Brad Parker 5 Reuben Garrick 6 Kane Elgey 7 Daly Cherry-Evans 8 Addin Fonua-Blake 9 Apisai Koroisau 10 Martin Taupau 11 Joel Thompson 12 Curtis Sironen 13 Jake Trbojevic
Interchange: 14 Manase Fainu 15 Jack Gosiewski 16 Corey Waddell 17 Toafofoa Sipley Reserves: 18 Trent Hodkinson 19 Lachlan Croker 20 Kelepi Tanginoa 21 Taniela Paseka
Rabbitohs: 1 Alex Johnston 2 Corey Allan 3 Greg Inglis (c) 4 Dane Gagai 5 Campbell Graham 6 Cody Walker 7 Adam Reynolds 8 George Burgess 9 Damien Cook 10 Tom Burgess 11 John Sutton 12 Sam Burgess 13 Cameron Murray.
Interchange: 14 Tevita Tatola 15 Mark Nicholls 16 Ethan Lowe 17 Kyle Turner. Reserves: 18 Connor Tracey 19 Bayley Sironen 20 Rhys Kennedy 21 Jacob Gagan