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Melbourne's Cameron Munster and Cronulla's Ben Barba go head-to-head in Round 26 of the NRL Telstra Premiership.

The minor premiership will be decided at AAMI Park on Saturday night as the Storm and Sharks battle for top spot on the ladder. And with two of the most exciting attacking fullbacks on show, it should be an entertaining clash.

The Storm make an average of 1,602 metres gained per game while the Sharks make an average of 1,603m. Both teams make an average of 178 hit ups per game in 2016.

 

 

 

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