You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will know before kick-off on Sunday evening if a top four finish is still on the cards after the Sharks wrap up their match against the Sea-Eagles half an hour before kick-off.

The Bulldogs will be hoping the Sea-Eagles can cause an upset in the shire for fourth spot to open up. 

'Being the last game of the weekend, we're going to know where we stand,' Josh Morris said.

'While we would like to finish in the top four and get two bites, it may not happen and we will have to play sudden death.'

Morris has had one of his better years in 2015 scoring nine tries and more than doubling his line break tally from 2014.

He will play his 150th game in blue and white colours this weekend against a Warriors side coming off a seven match losing streak, with nine regular first graders sitting out.

'They can come out and throw the ball around,' Morris added. 'They are very dangerous, they trouble a lot of sides when they play like that.'

'We have got to make sure we wrap up their offloads and stop their go forward because they’ve certainly got some big boys in their pack.'

Morris may be referring to Ben Matulino who returns from a three game suspension.

The Bulldogs have won their last four against the Warriors and have not lost to the Auckland based side since 2011.

Morris is happy with how the Bulldogs were able to turn their season around after consecutive losses against the Sharks and Roosters had them teetering on the edge of the top eight.

'The Broncos win up there (Lang Park) gave us a lot of confidence, we'd struggled to beat top four sides.'

Since upsetting the Broncos in Brisbane, the Bulldogs have been building towards another strong finals series with wins over the Titans, Rabbitohs and Knights.


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.