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Jamie Soward has warned the Roosters to expect no mercy when they clash with the top of the table Dragons at Win Jubilee Stadium this Friday night. &nbsp;<br><br>The Roosters had their first win in seven starts on Saturday night against the Sharks, but Soward has told them not to get carried away with the result.<br><br>“They had a good win the other night, but I think playing us on Friday night at Kogarah Oval will be a tougher prospect for them,” Soward said.<br><br>“Hopefully we can come out and start fast like we have all year, I am really looking forward to the game.”<br><br>The Dragons five-eighth has been in career best form all season and is the leading point scorer in’s Toyota Dream Team competition.<br><br>He was instrumental in the Dragons convincing 29-0 ANZAC Day victory over the Roosters in Round seven, notching up a personal tally of 21 points.<br><br>But Soward acknowledged that the Roosters would be no easy beats after finally discovering some form.<br><br>“Everyone knows that if you have been in a losing team and you get a win, you start to get that confidence back,” he said.<br><br>“Just like the Sharks did when they won four in a row, it is going to be a tough game for us, but we are starting to build nicely for Friday night.”<br><br><a href=""><b>Click here to see the interview in full.</b></a><br><a href=""><b><br>Click here for ticket information.</b></a>
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