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The Parramatta Eels will supply extra buses for their clash against the South Sydney Rabbitohs this Sunday at ANZ Stadium to accommodate the thousands of fans expected to attend the match to witness Nathan Hindmarsh become the most-capped Eel of all time.

Shuttle buses will depart from Prince Alfred Park in Parramatta, from Market Street at the bus shelters, approximately every five minutes from 12:30pm. They will return after the match until the venue is cleared. At ANZ Stadium they will pick up from Olympic Boulevard.

Eels supporters are encouraged to use the free shuttle as Sydney Olympic Park train station will not be operational on Sunday due to trackwork.

For your convenience, Railcorp will provide additional and direct bus services to replace trains from the locations outlined below.

For fans travelling from the west, direct buses to ANZ Stadium will replace trains from Parramatta, Merrylands and Bankstown stations.

For fans travelling from the city and the east, direct buses to ANZ stadium will replace trains from North Strathfield Station (after the match return bus services will deliver patrons direct to Strathfield Station).

All the above services will operate prior to the match from 12pm until 3.40pm. Direct return bus services will operate after the match until approximately 7pm.

Casual parking will be available at Sydney Olympic Park.

Also don't forget, all Ticketed NRL Club Members can attend this match for FREE!

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