Coach Des Hasler has confirmed his side for the match tonight against the Sharks at Belmore Sports Ground.
The Canterbury Bulldogs denied a spirited Cronulla side 37-26 in the round 19 NRL match from season 2004 at Shark Park.
Sunday’s game between the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Cronulla Sharks at Belmore Sports Ground is officially sold out.
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs chalked up their first win of the 2014 NRL season with a 42-4 mauling of the Sharks at ANZ Stadium in front of 12,057 fans.
Fullback Brett Morris has spoken with the media about Belmore, the final seven rounds and the huge task the Bulldogs face this weekend against an in-form Sharks outfit.
Take a walk down memory lane and re-live the incredible solo try Solomon Haumono scored against the Cronulla Sharks in 1997 at Belmore Sports Ground.
Head Physiotherapist James Rahme has spoken with Bulldogs.com.au about the injuries surrounding the club, including the road to playing again for Pat O'Hanlon.
Bulldogs centre Josh Morris has labelled his twin brother Brett and Curtis Rona as the Bulldogs x-factors and the two players who can help lead this club deep into the 2015 finals series.
After missing the round 16 clash with the Storm at Belmore, back-rower Josh Jackson has spoken of his excitement for this weekend's match and what the Sharks can expect.
The Bulldogs will return to Belmore this weekend for the second time in four weeks and after a successful return against the Storm in round 16, the players are hoping for a similar experience against the Sharks.