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After a commanding 31-point Round Five victory over the New Zealand Warriors gave them their first points of the season, Cronulla Sharks will be hopeful of a repeat against a Manly Sea Eagles side that also saw their recent form streak come to an end last weekend.

Recording three consecutive victories since Round Two, Sea Eagles then succumbed to a disappointing 34-18 defeat against Wests Tigers, to see them lose ground on the sides at the top of the 2014 NRL Premiership. And customers at Sportsbet can also cover themselves for a disappointing defeat, with the online bookmaker’s great NRL refund offer on this game.

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However, in order to double their points tally and drag themselves off bottom, the Sharks will need improve on their previous showings at Brookvale – as they have claimed just six wins from their last 44 trips across Sydney.

And this weekend’s trip will not be made any easier due to the Sea Eagles’ disappointing display last time out, which prop Josh Starling says the Manly fans will not see a repeat of in this game.

Discussing last week’s loss to Tigers, Starling told  “We’ve really got to step it up this week because we can’t let that happen two weeks in a row. They just wanted it a bit more than us.

“They came out firing, we turned over too much ball and we couldn’t hold it with them after all that defence. We won’t want to do that in front of the Manly fans, because they’ll let us know.

“We’ve just got to have a look at ourselves and realise you don’t want to play like that again. Tooves (coach Geoff Toovey) doesn’t have a problem with shoving you back to reserve grade, so no one’s safe.”