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In this week's Bulls Eye, Brian Noble looks ahead to Wednesday's rearranged Teteley's Super League Round 8 game in London between the Broncos and the Bulls.
LONDON IS ALWAYS A TOUGH ASK FOR THE BULLS.
I have been here for eight years and I have never known a game against London that hasn?t been tough. They are a very well drilled professional out fit and it?s fair to say it is not the best preparation having to play them midweek but that is the hand we have been dealt and London have had a tough run of fixtures and have managed to keep going without looking for excuses and that is how we will approach the game.
A lot of people would say London are a team without stars but that is not how I see it. They have some big stars, people like Denis Moran, Jim Dymock, Chris Thorman, are all up there and when you look at their pack, with people like Steele Retchless in it, you realise why they are a very difficult side to beat. The Auckland Warriors have taken a fancy to Tony Martin and they have speed and quality on their flanks, including Paul Sykes who started here and is a very, very good player.
Bulls will lack the injured Danny Gartner and Leon Pryce is rated as 50/50. Aaron Smith and Vinny Myler are added to the squad
Pryce, Deacon, Reardon, Vaikona, Vagana, Vainikolo, Hape, Naylor, Lowes, Anderson, Peacock, Radford, Parker, Forshaw, Bridge, Moore, Langley, Gilmour, Myler, Smith.
LESLEY VAINIKOLO is the Bulls leading scorer this season with 18 tries.
MICHAEL WITHERS has scored 90 tries in just 106 appearances for the club.
PAUL DEACON has kicked 123 goals from 155 attempts in all games for the Bulls this season for an average of 79.35 %.
LEE RADFORD has kicked 8 goals from 9 attempts this season for an average of 88.88%
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