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It was a one-sided affair when the Rabbitohs and Wests Tigers met in Round 10 earlier this season.

The Rabbitohs raced to a 38-4 half-time lead after some virtually non-existent defence – and they finished the match 54-10 victors.

In the first 40 minutes Souths recorded eight line-breaks and seven tries for just three errors. At one stage it looked like the Rabbitohs would top 70 or 80 as they scored a point a minute.

At the end of the match the Rabbitohs’ dominance was clear – they ran for more metres (1613 to 1071), busted the line more frequently (10 times to four) and missed fewer tackles (17 to a whopping 49).

Greg Inglis finished with four tries, while six other Rabbitohs also crashed over for four-pointers.