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The last time these two teams met was in round 19 with the Parramatta Eels scraping a win by a two point margin. Will this game play out the same way, or will both teams new found attacking prowess set the stage for a higher scoring game of football?
Finishing fourth in the regular season, the Melbourne Storm hit form at just the right moment, with a change to their attacking structure proving the ticket to their journey through the finals. The Storm come into this game on the back of a clinical 40-10 thumping of the Brisbane Broncos last Saturday night. Billy Slater celebrated the win with a double, including his 100th career try. Not to be outdone, Greg Inglis terrorised the Broncos