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‘He’s certainly a danger for us’: Rabbitohs star weighs in on do-or-die clash

Rabbitohs halfback Adam Reynolds is confident he’ll be fit to play on Saturday when the Bunnies take on the St George Dragons in a do-or-die clash.

The match has been described by some as Souths’ biggest game since they won the premiership in 2014.

Saturday night’s game at ANZ is one neither side can afford to lose, with the victor being one step closer to the big dance.

Rabbitohs star Adam Reynolds tells Chris Smith his dodgy shoulder won’t hold him back from taking the field in five days time.

“I’ve done half a session today at training,” he says.

“Obviously no contact today, but I’m aiming to get through a full session on Thursday.”

The Dragons will be missing their captain Gareth Widdop, but Adam says the Bunnies can’t afford to be complacent for a second.

“They’ve got quality all over the field. They’re a good side.

“They’re led around by Ben Hunt, I think he’s copped a fair bit of flack over the last couple of weeks.

“I don’t think he deserved it. He’s a great player… and he’s certainly a danger for us on Saturday.”

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