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Winner advances, loser goes on holidays
THERE are no more chances for Parramatta and Souths when they clash in the NRL finals this weekend.
The winner advances and the loser goes on holidays.
The Eels tackle Souths in a knockout final this Saturday, October 10, at Bankwest Stadium at 7.50pm.
The winner will meet minor premier Penrith, in a grand final qualifier on Saturday, October 17, at ANZ Stadium at 7.50pm.
The Eels have their injury concerns following their 36 to 24 loss to Melbourne on Saturday night at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
Blockbusting winger Maiko Sivo is out for the year with a knee injury and fellow teammate and Blake Ferguson is having scans on a leg injury today, Monday, suffered in the loss to the Melbourne Storm.
Eels coach Brad Arthur is considering moving centre Waka Blake to the wing and bringing in Brad Takairangi into the centres because he is down on outside back troops.
Brad Arthur also has other concerns with forward Marata Niukore placed on a grade one tackle crusher tackle charge.
If he takes an early guilty plea with the judiciary he will be suspended for two weeks.
The fast paced and exhausting game between the Eels and Storm took its toll on both teams.
It remains to been seen if the Eels back up physically and mentally from the first week of the finals.
Traditionally, teams that play the Storm, have been jaded for their next encounter.
It is only six weeks ago, Souths thrashed Parramatta 38 to nil at Bankwest Stadium.


Michael Walls
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