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Andrew Johns is an Immortal, a Newcastle great and a commentator for Channel Nine

Can anyone stop the red-hot Panthers? It certainly won’t be the Broncos
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Can anyone stop the red-hot Panthers? It certainly won’t be the Broncos

Penrith are too professional to take it easy against the battling Broncos in Thursday Night Football. It’s another chance for them to show why they are clear premiership favourites.

  • by Andrew Johns

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I admit I got it horribly wrong about Latrell Mitchell
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I admit I got it horribly wrong about Latrell Mitchell

Like many, I was adamant Mitchell wasn’t a fullback. As Souths take on Brisbane in Thursday Night Football, I admit I got it wrong.

  • by Andrew Johns
How Nathan Cleary’s magic touch can mesmerise Manly
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How Nathan Cleary’s magic touch can mesmerise Manly

Penrith are the clear premiership favourites after their win against the Storm. They get magician Nathan Cleary back for this one against Manly.

  • by Andrew Johns
Why the Panthers must heed the advice of Frank Sinatra
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Why the Panthers must heed the advice of Frank Sinatra

As Ol’ Blue Eyes said, the best revenge is massive success. The Panthers can start doing that in the grand final rematch.

  • by Andrew Johns
The Eels have the weapons to upset the Storm – especially at Bankwest
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The Eels have the weapons to upset the Storm – especially at Bankwest

In his weekly column, the eighth Immortal says Parramatta’s Mitchell Moses is ready to lead his side to victory against premiers Melbourne on Thursday night.

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Why South Sydney can’t escape Munster and the Storm octopus
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Why South Sydney can’t escape Munster and the Storm octopus

The eighth Immortal’s weekly column returns, dissecting the season opener between Melbourne and South Sydney.

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Take the crowd out of it, and Cleary can kick Blues to glory
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Take the crowd out of it, and Cleary can kick Blues to glory

Queensland are a 12-point better team at Suncorp Stadium, but if the Blues can silence the crowd with early points, they have enough strike to account for Wayne Bennett's men.

  • by Andrew Johns
Only fools rush in to write off Maroons
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Only fools rush in to write off Maroons

The Eighth Immortal was left red faced after game one in Adelaide but still believes NSW can win Origin II — if halfback Nathan Cleary rediscovers his touch.

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Paulo, Cook will prove too much for the Maroons to handle
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Paulo, Cook will prove too much for the Maroons to handle

The Eighth Immortal can't see the Blues losing the Origin opener against Queensland at Adelaide Oval.

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The long and short of it: Storm's attack will be the deciding factor
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The long and short of it: Storm's attack will be the deciding factor

A Storm is coming to Sydney on Sunday night. The expected weather will play right into Melbourne's hands.

  • by Andrew Johns
How Bellamy's Storm have evolved into premiership winners
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How Bellamy's Storm have evolved into premiership winners

The eighth Immortal has his say on Friday night's first preliminary final between Canberra and the Melbourne Storm.

  • by Andrew Johns