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NRL Live Streaming 2013
Sydney Roosters vs Manly Sea Eagles
Time: 6 Octobert, Sunday 7:15 pm
VENUE : ANZ Stadium
HEAD TO HEAD: Played: 123, Sea Eagles 79, Roosters 42, Drawn 2.
LAST TIME: Roosters 4 def. Sea Eagles 0, Qualifying Final, 2013 at Allianz Stadium
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The Roosters are sweating on the fitness of back-rower Boyd Cordner (ankle) and prop Luke O’Donnell (hamstring). Both were left out of Trent Robinson’s 17-man squad named on Tuesday but are a strong chance to play after completing training on Wednesday. Cordner has been sidelined with an ankle syndesmosis injury since Round 22 while O’Donnell suffered a minor hamstring strain against the Sea Eagles in week one of the finals.
Injuries have threatened to derail the Sea Eagles’ season on several occasions this season but Geoff Toovey’s men enter their fourth grand final in seven years at close to full strength. Prop Richie Fa’aoso will miss the biggest game of his career with a fractured vertebra in his neck suffered last week, while fellow front-rowers Jason King (shoulder) and Joe Galuvao (achilles) will also miss. Brett Stewart has declared his troublesome hamstring ’100 per cent’ while Anthony Watmough (knee) is also a certain starter but will require a pain-killing injection to play.
The Roosters booked a grand final berth with a dominant 40-14 victory over Newcastle and enter Sunday’s clash riding a three-game winning streak. It was an impressive display from the minor premiers who ran in six tries to two to progress to their first NRL decider since 2010. Robinson’s men defeated the Sea Eagles 4-0 two weeks earlier in arguably the game of the season and clinched the minor premiership with a 24-12 victory over South Sydney in the final game of the regular season.
The Sea Eagles made a major statement with a 30-20 come-from-behind victory over the Rabbitohs in last Friday’s preliminary final. Toovey’s side trailed 14-0 after 14 minutes but used all of their big-game experience to score 30 unanswered points and qualify for their fourth grand final in seven seasons. They beat Cronulla 24-18 in the second semi-final a fortnight ago but have lost all three clashes with the Roosters so far this season.