NRL Grand Final 2014 Preview

South Sydney Rabbitohs Vs  Canterbury Bulldogs, Sunday 5th October, ANZ Stadium.

This Sunday 5th October sees the biggest NRL match of the Year Take place, the Telstra NRL Grand Final. The Two best teams from this years NRL competition will face of for the title of NRL Premiers 2014. The South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Canterbury Bulldogs have produced extraordinary football over the past few weeks, showing a hunger which was unmatched by its competitors in the knockout stages of the competition.

The Rabbitohs and the Bulldogs are both missing key players for Sunday’s match-up. The Bulldogs are without their star hooker Michael Ennis due to an ankle injury and the Rabbitohs also without their Hooker Isacc Luke who was found guilty for a dangerous tackle on Roosters superstar Sonny-Bill Williams. Ennis and Luke have played an integral part for their teams in the run to the finals and their absence will definitely show in the way both teams play on Grand Final day. The Rabbitohs are huge favorites coming into the match due to their effortless win against the defending champion Roosters last week, showing critics just how good they really are. South Sydney is entering the match with unmatched momentum and with fans eagerly waiting on a Grand Final win since 1971, Rabbitohs stars Sam Burgess and Greg Inglis have no choice but to deliver the match of their lives for their respective team.

The Canterbury Bulldogs have been counted out of this match primarily due to the injury of their captain Michael Ennis. Ennis has played the biggest part in the Bulldogs run to the finals this year and without his presence on the field a major dent develops in both the Bulldogs attack and defense. Ennis is the type of player who can change a game with his personality on field. The entire Bulldogs team will need to step up and take charge for the full 80 minutes if they are to stand any chance in this match, but then again, being a Grand Final match with such big stakes on the line history shows anything can happen on the day. Sportsbet.com.au have the South Sydney Rabbitohs head to head $1.38 favorites, with the Canterbury Bulldogs stretching to an attractive 3.15.

NRL Grand Final 2014 Preview

South Sydney Rabbitohs Vs  Canterbury Bulldogs, Sunday 5th October, ANZ Stadium.

This Sunday 5th October sees the biggest NRL match of the Year Take place, the Telstra NRL Grand Final. The Two best teams from this years NRL competition will face of for the title of NRL Premiers 2014. The South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Canterbury Bulldogs have produced extraordinary football over the past few weeks, showing a hunger which was unmatched by its competitors in the knockout stages of the competition.

The Rabbitohs and the Bulldogs are both missing key players for Sunday’s match-up. The Bulldogs are without their star hooker Michael Ennis due to an ankle injury and the Rabbitohs also without their Hooker Isacc Luke who was found guilty for a dangerous tackle on Roosters superstar Sonny-Bill Williams. Ennis and Luke have played an integral part for their teams in the run to the finals and their absence will definitely show in the way both teams play on Grand Final day. The Rabbitohs are huge favorites coming into the match due to their effortless win against the defending champion Roosters last week, showing critics just how good they really are. South Sydney is entering the match with unmatched momentum and with fans eagerly waiting on a Grand Final win since 1971, Rabbitohs stars Sam Burgess and Greg Inglis have no choice but to deliver the match of their lives for their respective team.

The Canterbury Bulldogs have been counted out of this match primarily due to the injury of their captain Michael Ennis. Ennis has played the biggest part in the Bulldogs run to the finals this year and without his presence on the field a major dent develops in both the Bulldogs attack and defense. Ennis is the type of player who can change a game with his personality on field. The entire Bulldogs team will need to step up and take charge for the full 80 minutes if they are to stand any chance in this match, but then again, being a Grand Final match with such big stakes on the line history shows anything can happen on the day. Sportsbet.com.au have the South Sydney Rabbitohs head to head $1.38 favorites, with the Canterbury Bulldogs stretching to an attractive 3.15.