The 22-year-old will be an outsider looking in when the Last Post rings out around Suncorp Stadium and the youngest Burgess brother cannot wait to experience one of the proudest and most historical days Australia has to offer.
"It will be a great game. It's a big clash on Anzac Day at Suncorp Stadium. It should be a great crowd and a really great atmosphere," Burgess said.
"It's a great day in Australia and I always look forward to talking to people about the history of it."
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"We just got to deal with that now and move on and worry about this Friday night," Clark said.
"We have to take the positives out of a loss. We'll learn from it and we'll just grow as a team. It's hard to put it down to one thing. Holding that ball and finishing. We've just got to work together and stick together."
While Clark is searching for the positives, his teammate, halfback Adam Reynolds, believes that while his side did lose they have proven that they can go with the best of them in the NRL this season – it's just a matter of working on the little things.
"I think we've shown we're a great side these past three weeks. The Bulldogs are a good side and we took them all the way to the 80th minute. They're certainly one of the best teams around at the moment and to take them all ways is a positive," Reynolds said.
"We don't want to get too far behind the eight-ball. We just got to work on the little things at training and getting our combinations in place."
Going up against the Broncos on Anzac Day is a highlight in itself and Reynolds cannot wait to grab the chance with both hands on Friday night.
"As a kid you're always you were always watching the Anzac clashes. For us to get the chance to play on Anzac Day is going to be special for us and no doubt for them," Reynolds said.
"It's a fantastic place to play up there and I'm sure we're looking forward to it just as much as they are."