Roosters Due To Crow?

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Jared Waerea-Hargreaves is back from suspension for the 'not-so-high-flying' Roosters. Picture: Philip Hillyard/dailytelegraph.com.au
Parramatta v Sydney Roosters
Saturday April 12 – 5.35pm (AEST)
Pirtek Stadium


Form Guide:
Eels: WLLWW
Roosters: LLWWL

Things You Need To Know:

Jared Waerea-Hargreaves will back doing what he does best – smashing blokes – after serving a one game ban. Parramatta are unchanged.

Reason To Watch:
Jarryd Hayne. He's back to his best and playing with a smile on his face. Let's hope the Hayne Plane is cleared for take-off at least once.

Reason To Turn Away:
It was just a month ago that the Roosters put a half century on Parra. They say time heals all wounds but is four weeks enough for the scars to disappear? We'll soon find out.

Say What:
"I feel really proud about the way the guys are playing, the way that they're building their game. Now the cherry-on-top stuff has got to come next. We're heading in the right direction with our footy." – Trent Robinson is not alarmed over the premiers' indifferent start to the year.

Final Word:
A few weeks back you would have taken all of 1.3 seconds to come up with a winner here. But the Eels are a different beast to what we saw just a few rounds ago – and so are the Roosters at the moment. We still expect the Chooks to get the cash, but not before the home side has really given it to them. Roosters by 7.

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