Opposing trainer opponents Craig Bellamy and Wayne Bennett open the season with a blockbuster battle between Storm and Rabbitohs. . . and they will compete again in Round 9.
Not only are Bellamy and Bennett the top two coaches in the game, but they also have a long history of playing the Broncos for Bellamy when Bennett was still the head coach.
Bellamy’s storm doesn’t have the easiest run. Last year’s premieres meet twice the runner-up of the Panthers as well as the Raiders, Roosters and Rabbitohs.
While Bennett’s rabbits also have a fight on their hands. You will face all four top teams from last year twice. But you will also meet in 2020 wooden spoons, the Broncos, and twice on the penultimate place of the Bulldogs.
Speaking of Bulldogs, new coach Trent Barrett has two chances to face his former club, the Panthers, while Nnew Cowboys coach Todd Payten has two opportunities to face his ex-club, the Warriors.
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