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The Bulldogs head to Hamilton this weekend looking to make it seven victories in a row when they take on the Warriors on Sunday afternoon.

After a convincing performance and victory over the Dragons last weekend the Bulldogs will head across the ditch full of confidence.

The blue and whites will come up against a Warriors side who have won their past two matches and off the back of signing Coach Andrew McFadden to a new deal, will also be full of confidence ahead of what will be a mouth-watering contest.

These two teams met just a month ago with Trent Hodkinson field goal with two minutes remaining proving to be the difference but the Bulldogs will be hopeful of a more comfortable victory this time around.

“They’ve grown in leaps and bounds since we played them last so they’ll be a better side than last time for sure,” Fullback Sam Perrett said. “We know what they are capable of, there is plenty of flair there so we’ll be doing our best to shut them down.”

Whilst looking for seven victories in a row, winger Mitch Brown insists that there is still plenty to work on.

“I don’t think any of us have ever seen or played in a perfect game of footy,” He said. “There are always things to work on and that is no different this week, or next.

“No matter what, you’ll always have something to work on.”

The Bulldogs will get an opportunity to train in Hamilton on Saturday ahead of the clash, giving them a great opportunity to get a feel for the conditions and the field.

Head to Head

Played 30: Bulldogs 16, Warriors 12, drawn 2

Last time they met: Bulldogs 21 – Warriors 20 at Eden Park, Auckland (Round 6)

Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.