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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Interchange player Dene Halatau told Sydney Media that it was important to build momentum with strong performance against South Sydney this week as the Bulldogs look towards the finals.

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will meet South Sydney for the second time in 2013 following on from the Easter Weekend Blockbuster played out in front of over 52,00 fans.

"We had a win coming off a loss last week and we want to keep that going and build some momentum going into the finals." Halatau said.

South Sydney have managed to seemingly turn around a form slump after a strong victory against Manly in round 23.

Both teams are looking to prove themselves worthy of a 2013 premiership and look to produce quality football that will cement their claim on the title.

"We want to be playing the type of footy that is going to win us finals, because in the finals you don't get too many second chances." Dene Said.

The Bulldogs will start as the away team this week at ANZ stadium, however all members will receive FREE ENTRY as part of the reciprocal away game agreement.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs, National Rugby League, ANZ Stadium and City Rail have joined forces to provide integrated rail transport for anyone who pre-purchases a ticket or has Membership access to the Round 24 at ANZ Stadium.

Integrated ticketing means that Ticketed Members with access to these games, as well as pre-purchased ticket holders, will be able to travel free of charge on rail to Sydney Olympic Park for these two huge NRL fixtures, therefore making it easy for every footy fan to enjoy one of the biggest games of the season.

Special Olympic Park train services have been scheduled to move the expected large crowds from Central to ANZ Stadium. These direct services will commence at 5:39pm from Central Station and will run regularly (at least every 15 minutes) up to kick off for both events.

If you have not purchased a ticket to the Round 24 blockbuster, you can purchase yours HERE

The trip from Central to Sydney Olympic Park only takes 22 minutes, with stops at Redfern and Strathfield.

Rabbitohs Ticketed Members and Bulldogs Ticketed Members, who have reciprocal access to Friday nights game, just need to show their Membership pass to rail staff at any station across the network to enjoy free rail travel to and from the match.