St Helens vs Salford: Grand Final is a game like no other, says Rob Burrow

Salford Red Devils and St Helens players will experience amatch like no other if they take part in this years Grand Final, states eight-time winner Rob Burrow.
While Salford will make their Grand introduction at Old Trafford on Saturday, live on Sky Sports, st Helens will be appearing in their first final for 5 decades.
Former Leeds Rhinos participant Burrow told Sky Sports News:Both teams are playing well but the Grand Final is a game unlike any other. The intensity climbs significantly.
The spine of the team must perform well and it is about finding a performance you havent found all year. The strength is something whichs extreme, it strikes you area.
You have got to make a mark on the sport rather early as the final only appears to pass you by. One minute there is five seconds to the clockthe next its 65.
They pass by quickly so Id say get in the game early and make your postage.
Salford come in the Grand Final because underdogs but have Man of Steel Jackson Hastings within their positions, and Burrow states:Theyve been very good all season and have gone under the radar due to large components. They are rightly so and carrying the plaudits.
[Head coach] Ian Watson has done a great job there and that he talks about team unity – that is strong going into huge games.
Salford rightly deserve to be there and that I think everyone is pleased that somebody new has come in.
St Helens finished 18 points clear of Salford at the Super League table, also Burrow says theyll be confident of winning their Grand Final.
Youve got a team that is not missing confidence in big matches, he explained. St Helens are a club that is synonymous with success and they have been brilliant from one.
They will be disappointed with their Challenge Cup final defeat [to Warrington] but theyve moved on and put in a good performance against Wigan a few months ago.
St Helens should be confident, they have been great all year.

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