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Cronulla prop Andrew Fifita is set to play first NRL game since copping a six-game ban for abusing a referee at a junior rugby league match in July.
There are no second chances when the Sharks clash with South Sydney on Sunday afternoon. Andrew Fifita and Greg Inglis both make welcome returns.
Cronulla captain Paul Gallen says there is a "false sense of security" top four sides get by having a second chance, something the Sharks can't worry about.
Sea Eagles held strong with limited possession to come out winners and send out coach Geoff Toovey a winner, while Sharks will look to bounce back in finals.
After losing the chance to finish fourth on the ladder, Cronulla Sharks coach Shane Flanagan said it's now of a matter of moving onward to the NRL Finals.
Manly have upset the finals-bound Sharks 14-12 in a thriller, denying Cronulla a place in the top four on the NRL Telstra Premiership ladder.
Jack Bird still remembers the advice given to him by Josh Dugan when they were teammates at the Dragons. He hopes to use it during the finals.