The Roosters are unbeaten and the benchmark for the 2022 competition and they should have few worries against the one-win Eels team who were lucky to sneak into the finals.
The Sydney Roosters are marching towards back-to-back premierships and it is hard to see them being challenged here by an Eels team that managed just a single win this year.
The Roosters have been outstanding, averaging 31.2 points per game and conceding just 11.6.
When these teams met in Round 1, the Roosters ran away with a 38-16 win that could have been much more except for some poor goalkicking from Zehara Temara.
The Roosters get back stars Sam Bremner and Raecene McGregor. This is going to be a one-goer.
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Sam Bremner is a legitimate star who has two tries in four games.
Isabelle Kelly has seven tries in 12 games across the last two years.
Shaniah Power is a strong ball runner and hits an edge hole as well as anyone in the NRLW. She has a great tryscoring record with five tries in 12 games including two in five this year.