Monday Night NRL

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Sharks skipper Paul Gallen has been inspirational this season. Source: Getty Images/dailytelegraph.com.au
Souths will hope to record back-to-back wins when they take on Cronulla in Monday night football. The Rabbitohs announced the signing of Broncos star Ben Te’o this week, yet all eyes will be on powerhouse forward Dave Taylor who’s future is still up in the air after signing with the Titans. The Sharks have named an unchanged lineup that was victorious over Canberra last week.

History The Rabbitohs boast an enviable record against the boys from the shire, recording four wins from their past five outings. The Sharks have struggled to put points on the board at ANZ Stadium in recent season resulting in only one win from their past four games. Cronulla spanked the Bunnies in their most recent match in round seventeen last year recording a convincing 26-4 win without inspirational skipper Paul Gallen.

Dangermen Rabbitohs winger Andrew Everingham has been on fire since scoring on debuting against Penrith in round three. Everingham sits in third position on the seasons top try scorers list with eight tries from five appearances. Cronulla centre Ben Pomeroy has shown his credentials as a blockbusting centre this season scoring four tries and terrorising opposition defence.

Prediction The Sharks are on fire and it’s hard to see them being beaten with so much confidence in the team. Sharks 1-12 . 

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