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Cronulla Sharks will be gunning for their sixth straight win over Parramatta Eels when the two sides clash in NRL Round 4 action on Saturday night.
Both the Eels and Sharks have been impressive to start the season with two wins from their three games – who keep their positive momentum going and claims another two points on Saturday night?
It’s been the Eels who have arguably been the most surprising side of the season to date – wooden spooners last year, Brad Arthur’s side have registered two big wins over Penrith and Canterbury and matched it with reigning premiers the Roosters until the last 20 minutes last week.
Blake Ferguson has been superb since arriving at the club, consistently chalking up massive metres and running hard – if he can keep that form up, he will be a key player for the Eels as they attempt to make the finals over the course of the season.
Arthur has been forced into one change for this encounter, with Dylan Brown out due to a back injury. He’s replaced in the halves by Jaeman Salmon.
Meanwhile, the Sharks have bounced back from an opening round defeat to beat two Queensland sides over the last fortnight.
It was a celebration up in Townsville last week as the Sharks demolished the Cowboys 42-16 in the game that saw skipper Paul Gallen notch up a record number of caps for the club.
It wasn’t all good new though – Matt Moylan was injured in the win and misses out this week, with Josh Dugan moving back to fullback and Bronson Xerri coming into the squad in the centres.
Cronulla have dominated this match-up recently, winning their last five meetings, but this looks like a much different Eels outfit. They’ve acquitted themselves well in all three games, and they easily could have beat the Roosters last week if not for dropping off the pace in the last quarter of the game. I like the Eels to bounce back and continue their terrific start to 2019.
Eels: 1 Clinton Gutherson 2 Maika Sivo 3 Michael Jennings 4 Brad Takairangi 5 Blake Ferguson 6 Jaeman Salmon 7 Mitchell Moses 8 Daniel Alvaro 9 Reed Mahoney 10 Junior Paulo 11 Shaun Lane 12 Marata Niukore 13 Tepai Moeroa.
Interchange: 14 Peni Terepo 15 Tim Mannah (c) 16 Kane Evans 17 Oregon Kaufusi. Reserves: 18 Ray Stone 19 Matt McIlwrick 20 Josh Hoffman 21 George Jennings
Sharks: 1 Josh Dugan 2 Sosaia Feki 3 Bronson Xerri 4 Josh Morris 5 Sione Katoa 6 Shaun Johnson 7 Chad Townsend 8 Andrew Fifita 9 Jayden Brailey 10 Matt Prior 11 Briton Nikora 12 Kurt Capewell 13 Paul Gallen. Interchange: 14 Blayke Brailey 15 Jayson Bukuya 16 Aaron Woods 17 Jack Williams.
Reserves: 18 Scott Sorensen 19 Kyle Flanagan 20 Aaron Gray 21 Braden Hamlin-Uele