With only four weeks remaining in the regular season, and eight until the Grand Final, the premiership race is building steam like a Justin Hodges temper tantrum. The last few top eight positions are still wide open to a host of mediocre teams making late charges and previously decent sides tripping over their own bootlaces. Whilst I wouldn't dare attempt to guess exactly who will and won't make it, I am prepared to risk my reputation on things a whole lot more ambiguous and open to interpretation. Following are my eight fearless predictions for the rest of the 2009 NRL season. In the absence of any crystal balls at home I have instead consulted the wisdom of a glittering disco ball... 1. Bulldogs' players will openly aim to Like
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