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NRL Grand Final
South Sydney Rabbitohs vs Canterbury Bulldogs
Stadium: ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Date: Sunday 05 October 2014
Time: 19:15 PM (AEDT)

The 2014 season draws to a thrilling conclusion on Sunday evening when fairytale team South Sydney and the resurgent Canterbury square off at what will be a rocking ANZ Stadium. The Bunnies go in the biggest premiership favourites in nearly two decades but carry the weight of a 43-year premiership drought while the Bulldogs head into the decider sans expectation and with a sense of destiny about their finals charge.

South Sydney coach Michael Maguire has named Ben Te’o to start in the second row with Kyle Turner to come off the bench. Hooker Isaac Luke has been named at hooker but must beat a judiciary charge to play. Api Korisau will play in his place if Luke is suspended. The Bunnies have named an extended bench with Ben Lowe, Luke Burgess and Bryson Goodwin added. Canterbury have named injured skipper Michael Ennis despite the captain declaring himself no chance. There may be some mind games at play though. Reni Maitua is on standby. Moses Mbye has been added to an extended bench.

South Sydney have won more premierships than any other side with 20 but have not played in a Grand Final since 1971. Since then Canterbury have reached 12 deciders, winning six to take their all-time tally to eight. The Rabbitohs and Bulldogs have met just three times in finals football with Canterbury winning the 2012 preliminary final and the 1986 major preliminary semi after Souths won the famous 1967 Grand Final 12-10 on the back of Bob McCarthy’s famous intercept try. Overall Canterbury hold a 78-67-4 advantage on South Sydney but the Rabbitohs have won three of the last four clashes since the ’12 preliminary final. The Bulldogs are 13-6 all-time against the Bunnies at ANZ. Canterbury won 15-14 when the teams met in Round 7 before the Rabbitohs came from behind to win 21-14 in Round 25.

South Sydney hit the Grand Final in exceptional form. After finishing the season ranked third on the ladder but finishing with the top defence and the second rated attack, the Bunnies led Manly 40-0 before winning 40-24 and then led the Roosters 32-12 before sealing a 32-22 win in their two finals matches. The Rabbitohs have won four of their last five matches at ANZ and five of their last seven against Top 8 opposition though they have conceded 22-plus in four of their last five. Canterbury stumbled into the finals, finishing seventh with just two wins in their final eight regular season games that saw them rank fifth in defence but a lowly 13th in attack. They struck form in September though with a blistering win over Melbourne followed by grinding victories over Manly and Penrith. They have scored just two second half tries in their last eight appearances.

South Sydney have not played in a Grand Final in 43 years. Souths have just two players with Grand Final experience compared to Canterbury’s 11/12. Over the last three seasons at ANZ Stadium the Bulldogs are 26-17 (24-19 ATS) while the Rabbitohs are 26-13 with a 22-17 ATS record. As a favourite of more than a converted try the Bunnies are 16-5 with a 12-9 ATS cover record at the ground. The Bulldogs are 6-8 (8-6 ATS) as an outsider at ANZ and 1-4 (3-2 ATS) when getting a start greater than 6.5 at the venue. Overall the Bulldogs are 20-10 ATS as an outsider under Des Hasler with a 15-15 straight-up record. The Bulldogs are 6-3 straight and ATS as an outsider off three-straight wins under Des Hasler. Souths are 18-10 (14-14 ATS) off two straight wins as a favourite. The Bulldogs are 30-18 (31-17 ATS and have covered 10 of their last 12 after scoring 18 or more points. Souths have covered four of their last six when scoring 30 or more points. Favourites have won the last seven Grand Finals.  None of the last 12 Grand Finals have surpassed 46 points with five of the last six 40 or fewer. Canterbury have an all-time win record of 59% under Hayne and 65% under Sutton compared to Souths’ career rate of 35% under Hayne and 56% under Sutton. The Bulldogs have conceded more penalties than they have been given under both referees while Souths have been beneficiaries of positive penalty counts under the duo. This year the Bulldogs are 3-1 under Hayne but 2-4 under Sutton while Souths are 3-2 under Hayne and 2-1 under Sutton.

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