months ago the St George Illawarra pack was something to be feared.Now, heading into the round two match at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, they need to remind everyone they still have what it takes.Jack de Belin and Tyson Frizell will both be missing — the latter for at least a month after rupturing a testicle in the loss to the Cowboys.That’s two members of NSW’s series-winning State of Origin team missing. When you add the fact Korbin Sims is still suspended, the depth of the side is being tested very early in the season.As for South Sydney, round one could not have gone much better. Life under Wayne Bennett started with a win and all their big guns fired.They’ve got a great chance here to jump out to a 2–0 start to the year. If they can do that, the Rabbitohs hype machine is sure to rise another gear or two.Gareth Widdop v Alex Johnston. The Dragons didn’t look great in week one. Did the move of Widdop to the №1 jersey affect their attack that much or did they just have an off night as a team? If the Hunt-Norman-Widdop combination can take a step forward it will help the Dragons no end. As for Johnston, he had a great night against the Roosters. If that performance becomes common-place in 2019, South Sydney’s attack will all the more dangerous.After Jason Taumalolo (286m), Josh McGuire (154m) and Jordan McLean (141m) combined for 581m running metres last weekend the requirement is simple — the Dragons need to improve when it comes to winning the battle at the advantage line. While rival forwards are racking up those types of numbers, winning will prove a difficult task.More of the same. It’s not overly scientific, but that’ll be the mantra from Wayne Bennett heading into this match. South Sydney were composed, clinical and confident against the premiers. The manner in which they wore down the Roosters would have Rabbitohs fans feeling very good about themselves. Brett Kimmorley says …Adam Reynolds’ kicking game last week was brilliant. He finished the night with 438 kicking metres, three forced drop-outs and had two kicks which hit the posts and resulted in tries. That’s going to be a tough standard to maintain for the remainder of 2019.
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