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Melbourne Storm aim to continue their decade-long dominance over the Brisbane Broncos when the two sides meet in NRL Round 14 action on Sunday at AAMI Park.
Ever since Brisbane defeated Melbourne for their last premiership all the way back in 2006, Craig Bellamy has seemingly pencilled this fixture in as a ‘must-win’ for his team – and he’s been very successful if that’s the case.
The Storm have won 24 of the last 29 encounters between the sides, including the last four straight and a 34-20 victory when the two side met earlier this season.
However, this clash represents a solid chance for the Broncos to claim a rare win over Melbourne, with uncertainty surrounding who will back up after Origin.
Both teams have four players returning from Origin – Cameron Munster, Will Chambers, Felise Kaufusi and Josh Addo-Carr for Melbourne and James Roberts, Anthony Milford, Josh McGuire and Andrew McCullough for Brisbane.
Brisbane and Melbourne share a 7-5 record for the season so far, but the fact Brisbane are on equal points is a little misleading. The Storm are in fifth spot on the ladder and are ranked fourth in attack and defence in the competition, while Brisbane are in eighth and are 10th in attack and 12th in defence.
Clearly Melbourne has been the better team to date – and you get the feeling they have another gear to go to as the season draws on. There’s still some question marks surrounding Brisbane – and if they lose this game, they will likely fall out of the top eight.
You simply can’t ignore Melbourne’s dominant record over Brisbane, and there’s not much reason to think that the Broncos can win down at AAMI Park on Sunday. It could be a closer game than usual with both sides not at their best in 2018, but I still expect the Storm to come away with the two points.
Billy Slater is out for Melbourne with the same hamstring problem that sidelined him during Origin. Dale Finucane and Sam Kasiano are also out, with Ryan Hoffman and Christian Welch returning on the bench. Cameron Munster, Will Chambers, Felise Kaufusi and Josh Addo-Carr have been named to back up from Origin.
James Roberts, Anthony Milford, Josh McGuire and Andrew McCullough have all been named to back up from Origin for the Broncos. Alex Glenn (knee) and Josh McGuire (ankle) return to the team after injury layoffs, with Sam Tagataese and George Fai dropping to the reserves.
Storm: 1 Jahrome Hughes, 2 Suliasi Vunivalu, 3 Will Chambers, 4 Young Tonumaipea, 5 Josh Addo-Carr, 6 Cameron Munster, 7 Ryley Jacks, 8 Jesse Bromwich, 9 Cameron Smith, 10 Nelson Asofa-Solomona, 11 Felise Kaufusi, 12 Joe Stimson, 13 Tim Glasby.
Interchange: 14 Brandon Smith, 15 Kenny Bromwich, 16 Ryan Hoffman, 17 Christian Welch.
Reserves: 18 Patrick Kaufusi, 19 Brodie Croft, 20 Scott Drinkwater, 21 Cheyse Blair, 22 Justin Olam, 23 Tui Kamikamica.
Broncos: 1 Darius Boyd (c), 2 Corey Oates, 3 James Roberts, 4 Jordan Kahu, 5 Jamayne Isaako, 6 Anthony Milford, 7 Kodi Nikorima, 8 Matthew Lodge, 9 Andrew McCullough, 10 Sam Thaiday, 11 Alex Glenn, 12 Jaydn Su’A, 13 Josh McGuire.
Interchange: 14 Patrick Mago, 15 Joe Ofahengaue, 16 Tevita Pangai jnr, 17 Kotoni Staggs.
Reserves: 18 Sam Tagataese, 19 Todd Murphy, 20 Troy Dargan, 21 David Fifita, 22 Tom Opacic.