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State Of Origin is headed for its fourth decider in five years when Queensland and New South Wales do battle at Suncorp on Wednesday night. The Maroons go in favourites with the game on home turf and the Maroons winning the last three deciders. A win for Queensland will give them nine series over the last decade while the Blues face the chance of winning back-to-back series for the first time since 2005.

New South Wales have named an unchanged team from that which won Origin II in Melbourne though hooker and Game I skipper Robbie Farah is in severe doubt. The Blues seem to have exploited a loophole that will allow seven-game player Michael Ennis to replace him. Queensland have lost fullback Billy Slater and first-series player Josh McGuire to season-ending injuries while Daly Cherry-Evans has been dropped. Cooper Cronk is back to replace Cherry-Evans at halfback, Josh Papalii replace McGuire on the bench and Dane Gagai will debut on the wing with Will Chambers shifting to the centres and Greg Inglis to fullback. Slater has started at fullback in 22 of the last 23 games for the Maroons.

Queensland have won 18 series to 12 and lead the all-time matchup 55-47 with two draws. The Maroons have scored 20 more tries than New South Wales and have dominated the last decade with eight series wins in the last nine series and a 20-12 win-loss record. Four of the last six Origins have been decided by less than a converted try. Queensland have won the last three deciders and hold an 11-4-2 advantage in deciding matches. Three of the last four deciders have topped 40 points. The Maroons have won the last five Game III matches. Queensland have won six of the last seven matches at Suncorp. The Blues last won a decider at Suncorp in 2005.

Queensland won the series opener 11-10 at ANZ before the Blues bounced back with a 26-18 win at the MCG.  The Melbourne game was just the third live game of the last 13 to top 32 points, primarily thanks to the referee enforcing a big 10 metres. New South Wales dominated possession 53% to 47% on the back of 11 Maroons errors to the Blues’ seven. The Blues had scored just 28 points in their last four matches against the Maroons before scoring 26 last game. Queensland have players with better club form with nine players coming from Top 4 clubs and 14 from the Top 8. That compares to New South Wales, who have six players from Top 4 teams and 10 from Top 8 teams.

The fullback battle in this clash is an extremely compelling one. Josh Dugan has been arguably New South Wales’ best player throughout the series. He set up a Blues try in the first with a great break and chip with 163 metres and six tackle busts to boot while in the second game he had a try, 143 metres and four tackle breaks. Greg Inglis has struggled throughout the series and punters have long been calling for him to shift to fullback. He gets that chance here. The Maroons have won their only game with Inglis in the No.1 and he has some space to move. This is a big game for him. Whoever wins the fullback battle will be critical to winning the game.

Queensland have won four of the last seven matches at Suncorp by double digits but three of their five-straight Game III wins have been by less than a converted try. Five of the last six Game III matches have topped 40 points. Darius Boyd has scored six tries in the last four games at Suncorp Stadium. Maroons kick return metres fell from 237m in Game I to 48m last game. Queensland have forced five drop outs to one this series. The Maroons have made 19 errors this series to 13. The Blues have lost bothy penalty counts this series 7-6. Michael Ennis has just a 2-5 record in Origin games for the Blues. Cooper Cronk has an 11-4 record in Origin.

This game has all the hallmarks of a classic decider, a match that will further shape the narrative of State of Origin. It is highly unlikely there will be much in this one as the two old rivals slug it out. In the end the home ground advantage could prove critical, as could the likely hooker change for the Blues. Cooper Crionk is also a huge in – the Maroons style is so much straighter with him in the team. The best bet though the over. The referees opened up the last game immensely and will be under instructions to do the same again. Suncorp is typically fast and the desperation of a decider should see plenty of quality football. Expect plenty of points and a brilliant decider.

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Players List:

Qld Maroons Teams: 1. Billy Slater, 2. Darius Boyd, 3. Greg Inglis, 4. Justin Hodges, 5. Will Chambers, 6. Johnathan Thurston, 7. Daly Cherry-Evans, 8. Matt Scott, 9. Cameron Smith (c) 10. Nate Myles, 11. Aidan Guerra, 12. Sam Thaiday, 13. Corey Parker

Interchange: 14. Michael Morgan, 15. Josh McGuire, 16. Matt Gillett, 17. Jacob Lillyman

NSW Blues Teams: 1. Josh Dugan, 2. Will Hopoate, 3. Michael Jennings, 4. Josh Morris, 5. Brett Morris, 6. Mitchell Pearce, 7. Trent Hodkinson, 8. James Tamou, 9. Robbie Farah (c), 10. Aaron Woods, 11. Beau Scott, 12. Ryan Hoffman, 13. Paul Gallen

Interchange: 14. Trent Merrin, 15. Boyd Cordner 16. David Klemmer, 17. Josh Jackson

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You can have your Game of Thrones families at war, a My Kitchen Rules kitchen catastrophe and the best room reveal The Block has ever seen; State of Origin III is the standout television event of 2015.

Millions of viewers across Australia will tune in for our series finale and bear further witness to a 35-year rivalry that intensifies with every meeting.

Starting way back with a stiff arm from Artie Beetson on his Eels teammate Mick Cronin in 1980 through raucous fans throwing cans onto the field, mishaps on horseback, miraculous recoveries, controversial decisions and even a lone streaker, drama and Origin have always been intertwined and this latest chapter has been no different.

Broken bones, dastardly back-room dealings and all manner of charades have surrounded both camps before 80 minutes of ferocity that will see 17 players lauded for their bravery and 17 others left to ponder the most miniscule of missed moments.

The Maroons may have held the upper hand for much of the past decade but the brash young Blues from New South Wales will stride onto the Suncorp Stadium turf on Wednesday night hell-bent on proving that last year’s series win was more a changing of the guard than a one-off aberration.

Maroons skipper Cameron Smith will join Darren Lockyer as the most capped Origin player of all time when he leads the team out in front of the sell-out crowd in his 36th Origin match while a victory could signal the end of Justin Hodges’ glittering Origin career.

Conjecture in the Blues camp has been dominated by the hand surgery to Robbie Farah that necessitated a rescheduled flight to Coffs Harbour and the suspended Michael Ennis waiting in the wings to be cleared to take his place.

For the first time in 19 years New South Wales have announced an unchanged 17 after triumphing in Game Two but with Farah’s right hand still heavily bandaged post-surgery, it appears unlikely it will remain that way.

Just as it appeared Origin couldn’t get any bigger we head to Suncorp Stadium with a capacity crowd ready to set a new benchmark for total crowds at a three-match series, the current mark standing at 215,833 who attended in 2013. A crowd of 44,199 on Wednesday night will be enough to better that.

The stage is set, the cast is ready and the audience is piling in; welcome to the most anticipated television event of 2015.

Watch Out Maroons: Much of the attention north of the border is being concentrated on the big bald Bulldog on the bench, but it is a follicly blessed Tiger who will start the game that is the man they must first stop. Questioned as to whether he was up to Origin when he debuted as a 22-year-old in 2013, Aaron Woods is putting together a series display that warrants consideration of him being the No.1 Aussie front-rower currently running around. Notwithstanding his game-changing try in Game Two, Woods has played an average of 54 minutes per game in the series thus far, racking up 160 metres per game with a tackle efficiency rate of close to 92 per cent. He makes more than 60 metres after contact per game, continually bending the Queensland defensive line and giving his halves the platform they need to dictate field position.

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Watch Out Blues: One of the most admired qualities in the great halves is the ability to make those around them look good and there are few better at that than Maroons halfback Cooper Cronk. Unless he is slotting a late field goal to clinch a series win under extraordinary pressure – as he did three years ago – Cronk’s contribution is more equated by the sum of its parts rather than individual brilliance. Unlucky not to be named Man of the Match in Game One after scoring a try and kicking yet another match-winning field goal, Cronk’s influence since making his debut has contributed enormously to Queensland’s recent success. In the three games that Cronk has missed since 2010 (including Game One last year where he left the field after just nine minutes), the Maroons have gone winless; with Cronk in the team they boast a record of 11 wins and three losses. It’s no coincidence.

Key Match-up: Greg inglis v Josh Dugan. In the battle for territory in Origin there is nothing more important than a strong start to your set and these two men will be both the providers and beneficiaries of their team’s ascendancy in that regard. The move of Inglis from centre to fullback gives the Maroons a body at the back to more than match that of the Blues custodian who has averaged 157 metres from 31 carries in the opening two games. Playing in the centres in the first two games of the series, Inglis has averaged four tackle busts per game and if he can produce a few more on kick returns it will have the potential to change the game. Dugan has more tackle breaks (64) than Inglis in the NRL this season but Inglis’s ability to provide for his teammates is illustrated by his six more try assists compared to Dugan. The momentum these men generate for their respective teams will be absolutely critical in determining the Origin champs for 2015.

History: Played 104; Queensland 55, NSW 47, Drawn 2. For the past 35 years these two teams have been going at it each other and with just seven whitewashes since the concept went to a three-match series in 1982 there is very rarely much between them. This will be the 51st Origin match played at Suncorp Stadium/Lang Park with the record at the ground currently standing at 31 wins for Queensland, 18 for the Blues with one draw in Game Three, 1999.

Did You Know: Starting with the first three-match series in 1982, State of Origin has gone to a decider on 17 occasions with Queensland winning 11 of them and New South Wales four, with two drawn games. In the space of their eight-year series winning streak the Maroons were taken to a decider on five occasions with four of those decided by four points or less. NSW won back-to-back deciders in 2004-05 by 22 points, their 2005 triumph the last time they won a decider at Suncorp Stadium.

What Are The Odds: Sportsbet are reporting twice as much money being taken on the Blues despite the dramas in the lead-up and the fact that they’re playing at Suncorp Stadium. They faced a $2 million payout on NSW winning Game Two and it seems those punters are letting it ride on the Blues in the decider. When markets opened at full-time in Game Two, the $2.55 for NSW was snapped up instantly and they now find themselves at $2.35. All of the head-to-head money is with NSW but when it comes to first try-scorer, Queenslanders Darius Boyd, Dane Gagai and Greg Inglis have been the best backed. With the Maroons price getting out to $1.62, Sportsbet are expecting punters to come for them in the lead-up to Wednesday. Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.

Match Officials: Referee: Gerard Sutton; Assistant Referee: Ben Cummins; Video Referees: Bernard Sutton and Luke Patten; Touch Judges: Nick Beashel and Brett Suttor; Standby Referee: Matt Cecchin; Standby Touch Judge: Michael Wise.

Televised: Channel Nine – Live from 7.30pm.

How We See It: Given Queensland have retained the shield on the two previous occasions that the third game of an Origin series has finished in a draw, perhaps this is when the defending champs from NSW will get one back. Just a single point separated the two teams in Game One in Sydney and all signs point to a similarly thrilling conclusion on Wednesday night as the Blues youngbloods seek consecutive series wins for the first time in a decade. But the Maroons showed how to close out a game in Game One and with Cronk back at the helm the cool heads may just prevail on home soil. Queensland by 2 points.

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New South Wales Blues:
Josh Jackson is available for NSW after successfully fighting his dangerous throw charge at the judiciary. He should take his spot on the bench, but there have been rumours that Luke Lewis will take a position on the bench.

There are also rumours that Will Hopoate will be dropped for Blake Ferguson. Michael Jennings will also retain his spot despite his drunken incident last week.

Robbie Farah is also going to miss Game 3 after breaking his hand in a Wests Tigers match. He may be named, but he is seriously in doubt to play, after also suffering a shoulder injury earlier this season.

NSW Blues Teams: 1. Josh Dugan, 2. Will Hopoate, 3. Michael Jennings, 4. Josh Morris, 5. Brett Morris, 6. Mitchell Pearce, 7. Trent Hodkinson, 8. James Tamou, 9. Robbie Farah (c), 10. Aaron Woods, 11. Beau Scott, 12. Ryan Hoffman, 13. Paul Gallen

Interchange: 14. Trent Merrin, 15. Boyd Cordner 16. David Klemmer, 17. Josh Jackson

Ryan Hinchcliffe and Josh Reynolds have been drafted into the NSW squad.

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Queensland Maroons:

Queensland should welcome back Cooper Cronk, as he has trained well with his club side, Melbourne. Billy Slater will not play Origin 3 after undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery. Greg Inglis is most likely to slot in at fullback.

There are also whisperings that both Dylan Napa and Josh Papalii stand a chance for Game 3.

Qld Maroons Teams: 1. Billy Slater, 2. Darius Boyd, 3. Greg Inglis, 4. Justin Hodges, 5. Will Chambers, 6. Johnathan Thurston, 7. Daly Cherry-Evans, 8. Matt Scott, 9. Cameron Smith (c) 10. Nate Myles, 11. Aidan Guerra, 12. Sam Thaiday, 13. Corey Parker

Interchange: 14. Michael Morgan, 15. Josh McGuire, 16. Matt Gillett, 17. Jacob Lillyman

Squad members: Josh Papalii, Dane Gagai, Korbin Sims

State Of Origin Game 2 Result 17 June 2015

State Of Origin Game 2 Result 2015 Details

New South Wales Queensland
26 FINAL SCORE 18
4 TRIES 3
4/4 CONVERSION KICKS 2/3
1/1 PENALTY GOALS 1/1
0/0 FIELD GOALS 0/0

First try scorer: Cooper Cronk, Queensland
Last try scorer: Will Chambers, Queensland

Important moments:
NSW took the lead after 5 minutes.
Queensland drew level in the 12th minute.
NSW retook the lead after 27 minutes.
Maroons took the lead early in the second half.
NSW took the lead after 62 minutes.

Crowd: 91,514 (Origin record)

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Top scorers:
Queensland Darius Boyd, Will Chambers – 4pts (1T)
New South Wales: Josh Morris, Beau Scott – 4pts, (1T)

State of Origin Game 2 Doubles:
NSW 3, Queensland 8

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After a typically tight Origin tussle in the series opener it was the experience and polish of the Maroons that eventually just wrested a match that a young and energetic Blues outfit had continually threatened to claim without ever quite finding the killer blow.

Truth be told it was only the Blues’ ironclad goal-line defence that kept them in the match throughout a second half where they were often their own worst enemies, repeatedly inviting the Queenslanders to shut them out of the game before repelling them at the line.

With the scores tied up in the closing stages the Blues famously twice failed to set properly for field goals, once to take the lead and once to square things after Cooper Cronk had coolly slotted yet another Origin one-pointer.

After some soul-searching and far too many ‘what if’ type questions for Daley’s Blues squad they’ve dusted themselves up and will be stronger in Game Two.

Not just for the experience some of the rookies have gained but also for the return of inspirational skipper, and last year’s player of the series, Paul Gallen, as well as Kangaroos winger Brett Morris, who was also sorely missed in the opening loss.

Their inclusions mean Josh Jackson reverts to the bench and Andrew Fifita and Daniel Tupou miss out.

It’s all been smooth sailing for the Maroons, aside from a knee injury ruling Cronk out, with Manly halfback Daly Cherry-Evans coming in as a straight swap in the only change to Mal Meninga’s side.

All 34 players will be looking forward to running out onto the hallowed turf of the MCG for the first and potentially last time in their careers.

Watch out Queensland: The Blues only lost the first game by a point and have an awful lot of improvement in them, particularly with Gallen back. Under-fire halves Mitch Pearce and Trent Hodkinson copped more than their share of criticism after the Game One loss and will be better for having an extra camp to build on their combination.

Gallen himself showed that age and torn glutes can’t slow him down, returning with a bang after a two-month layoff in Cronulla’s gritty win over the Roosters in Round 13, churning out almost 240 metres and 37 tackles in a mammoth 73-minute stint.

Watch out NSW: What Queensland lose in experience and polish with Cronk out, they gain in unpredictability and game-breaking power from Cherry-Evans. As good as Cronk is, his success over many years has been built on structure, perfection, professionalism and dedication – not the kind of raw talent and power that the Manly half brings. Cherry-Evans, perhaps more than any other playmaker in the game right now with the possible exception of his Game Two halves partner Johnathan Thurston, can break a game wide open in a matter of minutes.

He was well below his best last year standing in for Cronk due to an interrupted preparation, but with his playing future sorted and a whole camp fully fit to grow into his role, he shapes as arguably the most important player on the field on Wednesday night. Thurston is in red-hot form but DCE will need to be the best he can be to ensure the Maroons don’t give the Blues a sniff. His 11 games this year in an underwhelming Manly side have yielded nine try assists and seven line-break assists but it is his running game that is the biggest inclusion for Queensland; his six line breaks are twice as many as Cronk, Pearce and Hodkinson (all one apiece) have earned combined this year.

Key Match-Up: Mitchell Pearce v Johnathan Thurston. Pearce has endured more speculation over his selections than anyone in Origin history; Thurston has been an automatic and uncontested selection for a record 31 games in a row and counting. Pearce had a solid outing in Game One, kicking beautifully in the first half and kicking long under pressure throughout the second for a total game-high 525 metres. Thurston, after a below-par series last year (by his lofty standards) was constantly threatening without ever unleashing but will need to take extra game management responsibility with Cronk out, which the Maroons will be hoping doesn’t detract from his outstanding attacking potential.

With DCE named in the halfback position there is a conundrum for Mal Meninga as to exactly how the Sea Eagle fits into this side and what role he’ll play. Cronk is a perfect foil for Thurston and for Meninga’s game plan. DCE is a different sized cog in an otherwise well-oiled machine and it will be up to Meninga to recalibrate that machine in time for Wednesday night. Thurston and Cherry-Evans have yet to combine well but they’ll need to against what is certain to be an improved Blues outfit. For whichever side wins this one, it is likely their No.6 will have a big say in proceedings.

The History: Played 103; NSW 46, QLD 55, Drawn 2. There have now been seven games in Melbourne; the Blues won three of the first four but the last of those was in 1997. The Maroons have won the past three on the trot – all three of those falling within their eight-year unbeaten reign. This is the first Origin at the MCG since 1997, when 25,000 people saw John Simon’s field goal help the Blues to a 2-0 series lead with a 15-14 win

What Are The Odds: Sportsbet hasn’t seen any interest in Queensland at the shorter price. Instead, NSW are all the rage with seven times the cash invested on the Blues to square the series. NSW 1-12 has more money on it than all of the other margin options combined. Latest odds at Sportsbet.com.au.

Match Officials: Gerard Sutton & Ben Cummins; Touch Judges: Nick Beashel & Brett Suttor; Video Referees: Bernard Sutton and Luke Patten.

Televised: Channel Nine, Live, 7.30pm.

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Players List:

Queensland Maroons: 1. Billy Slater, 2. Darius Boyd, 3. Greg Inglis, 4. Justin Hodges, 5. Will Chambers, 6. Johnathan Thurston, 7. Daly Cherry-Evans, 8. Matt Scott, 9. Cameron Smith (c) 10. Nate Myles, 11. Aidan Guerra, 12. Sam Thaiday, 13. Corey Parker

Interchange: 14. Michael Morgan, 15. Josh McGuire, 16. Matt Gillett, 17. Jacob Lillyman

New South Wales Blues: 1. Josh Dugan, 2. Brett Morris, 3. Josh Morris, 4. Michael Jennings, 5. Will Hopoate, 6. Mitchell Pearce, 7. Trent Hodkinson, 8. James Tamou, 9. Robbie Farah (c), 10. Aaron Woods, 11. Beau Scott, 12. Ryan Hoffman, 13. Paul Gallen

Interchange: 14. Trent Merrin, 15. Boyd Cordner 16. David Klemmer, 17. Josh Jackson

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State Of Origin Teams For Game 2

Queensland Maroons:
1. Billy Slater, 2. Darius Boyd, 3. Greg Inglis, 4. Justin Hodges, 5. Will Chambers, 6. Johnathan Thurston, 7. Daly Cherry-Evans, 8. Matt Scott, 9. Cameron Smith (c) 10. Nate Myles, 11. Aidan Guerra, 12. Sam Thaiday, 13. Corey Parker

Interchange: 14. Michael Morgan, 15. Josh McGuire, 16. Matt Gillett, 17. Jacob Lillyman

Squad members: Josh Papalii, Dane Gagai, Korbin Sims

New South Wales Blues:
1. Josh Dugan, 2. Brett Morris, 3. Josh Morris, 4. Michael Jennings, 5. Will Hopoate, 6. Mitchell Pearce, 7. Trent Hodkinson, 8. James Tamou, 9. Robbie Farah (c), 10. Aaron Woods, 11. Beau Scott, 12. Ryan Hoffman, 13. Paul Gallen

Interchange: 14. Trent Merrin, 15. Boyd Cordner 16. David Klemmer, 17. Josh Jackson

Dylan Walker has been brought into the Blues squad as injury cover.

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State Of Origin Rugby Game 1 Result 27 May 2015

State Of Origin Rugby Game 1 Result 27 May 2015

New South Wales Blues Queensland Maroons
10 Final Score 11
2 Tries 2
1/2 Conversion Kicks 1/2
0/0 Penalty Goals 0/0
0/1 Field Goals 1/1

First try scorer: Cooper Cronk, Queensland
Last try scorer: Will Chambers, Queensland

Important moments:
Cooper Cronk scored the first try in the 14th minute, to give Queensland the lead.
NSW retook the lead with a Beau Scott try in the 30th minute.
Queensland levelled the game at 10-all with 25 minutes to play.
Cooper Cronk kicked a field goal in the 74th minute for Queensland to take the lead.

Crowd: 80,112

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Top scorers:

Queensland Darius Boyd, Will Chambers – 4pts (1T)
New South Wales: Josh Morris, Beau Scott – 4pts, (1T)

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State Of Origin New South Wales host Queensland in the first State of Origin encounter for 2015. The Maroons are no doubt chippy after last year’s defeat and go into the series – and opening encounter – favourites. The Blues have again chopped and changed and despite home field advantage are friendless in betting. These two have staged some epics recently though and another would not surprise as Australian sport’s greatest rivalry rolls on.

New South Wales have made a host of changes from last year’s series, most notably recalling Mitchell Pearce. Pearce replaces the dumped Josh Reynolds. Josh Dugan has been named at fullback to replace the NFL-bound Jarryd Hayne with Michael Jennings returning to the centres to take Dugan’s position. Daniel Tupou returns for James McManus, who replaced the injured Tupou in the dead rubber last year. Paul Gallen is out hurt leaving Robbie Farah in charge. Josh Jackson and David Klemmer have been named to debut for the Blues with veteran Luke Lewis dumped.

Queensland have again been extremely stable with their selections. Darius Boyd has overcome injury and will start on the wing. Michael Morgan comes onto the bench for his debut in place of the injured Daly Cherry-Evans while Josh McGuire will also debut off the bench, holding off challenges from Chris McQueen and Josh Papalii. Dylan Napa is 18th man.

Queensland have won 18 series to 12 and lead the all-time matchup 54-46 with two draws. The Maroons have scored 22 more tries than New South Wales and have dominated the last decade with eight series wins in the last nine series and a 19-11 win-loss record. The Blues have won the last two series openers after dropping the four prior to that. New South Wales have dominated at ANZ Stadium, winning 15 of the 22 matches played there. The Blues have won four of the last five at the venue. Three of the last four Origins have been decided by less than a converted try while the last series opener decided by more than 10 points was in 2003. Eleven Maroons players have played more than 10 Origin matches compared to just four from the Blues.

New South Wales enter this series as defending champions and certainly outplayed Queensland in the opening two games of the series last year but still managed just 18 points across those two encounters. The Maroons team certainly has players with better club form with 13 of the 17 coming from Top 4 teams. A further three come from teams inside the eight. That compares with NSW who have just three players from a Top 4 team and seven from the Top 8. Five players come from the bottom three teams. New South Wales do have five players in the top 18 of the Dally M Medal count though, including leader Aaron Woods, while the Maroons have just two.

Origin is typically determined by the halves and once again it looks set to be the case in the Origin opener of 2015. The Blues’ best and only real hope is to throw champion Queensland pair Johnathan Thurston and Cooper Cronk off their game and hope Trent Hodkinson can repeat last year’s heroics and Mitchell Pearce stays out of the way. The Blues managed to rattle the Maroons last year and it will be up to Beau Scott to again get physical with the Queensland No.6 while Josh Jackson will be charged with pressuring Cronk all night. If the Queensland halves can control the game, the match is as good as over. The Blues pairing are rarely anything but plodders but if they kick to space and don’t make any errors, New South Wales are a hope. That will mean Pearce doing something he has not achieved in 12 Origins and Hodkinson totally turning his 2015 form around.

Mitchell Pearce has won just three of 12 Origins he has appeared in and has never started a single game at five-eighth. None of the last five Origins at ANZ has topped 28 points with an average total of 21.2 points. Nine of the last 11 ‘live’ games have tallied 32 points or fewer. Only two NSW players have reached three Origin tries – centres Michael Jennings and Josh Morris. Greg Inglis and Darius Boyd are tied for Origin’s most tries with 15 apiece. No Blues forward has scored a try since the final game of the 2011 series.

This is chips in Queensland and chips in under and for good measure hit the double. The Wolf is declaring the Maroons, launching in with five-chip confidence. All-in punters, all-in. Queensland have all the class, they win all the matchups across the park with the exception of the bench and they will be playing with a chip on their shoulder after last year’s loss. The Maroons are an aging side but they know they have at least one last stand in them. And it will be this year. A Blues side with Mitchell Pearce playing and playing out of position is virtually no chance. His selection is the definition of insanity. The Blues have few points in them and were selected to shut down Queensland rather than compete with them. Queensland have too much speed, too much class and are in much better form. Hit the Maroons hard. They will win a low scoring affair and lockdown the series very early on.

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Players List:

New South Wales Blues: Josh Dugan, Daniel Tupou, Josh Morris, Michael Jennings, Will Hopoate, Mitchell Pearce, Trent Hodkinson, Aaron Woods, Robbie Farah (c), James Tamou, Beau Scott, Ryan Hoffman, Josh Jackson.

Interchange: Trent Merrin, Boyd Cordner, David Klemmer, Andrew Fifita. 18th man: Tyson Frizell. 19th man: Ryan James. 20th man: Matt Moylan.

Queensland Maroons: Billy Slater, Darius Boyd, Greg Inglis, Justin Hodges, Will Chambers, Johnathan Thurston, Cooper Cronk, Matt Scott, Cameron Smith (c), Nate Myles, Aidan Guerra, Sam Thaiday, Corey Parker.

Interchange: Michael Morgan, Josh McGuire, Matt Gillett, Jacob Lillyman. 18th man: Dylan Napa. 19th man: Dane Gagai.

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Queensland heads into the State of Origin opener utterly outsized by New South Wales, but captain Cameron Smith is not worried.

This year is not the first time the Maroons have lacked size compared to their opponents.

The departure of bookend big man Petero Civoniceva in 2012 – and Steve Price before him in 2009 – erased the Maroons’ advantage in both size and skill up front.

While no one would ever call Matt Scott or Nate Myles small or anything less than two of the game’s best forwards, their size is not intimidating for the massive Blues.

“They’ve got a pretty big forward pack, but I think we’ve got the personnel there to match their forward pack,” Smith told reporters on Monday.

While it is true that the starting forwards should be able to at least break even – the Maroons actually hold a slight size advantage in that area – it is far from the issue for Queensland.

Things will get complicated once the big boppers make way for the bench players, where the numbers make for ugly reading for those north of the Tweed.

According to the weights listed by their respective clubs, the Blues bench outweighs the Maroons’ by 38 kilograms (443 kgs-405 kgs).

That is mostly thanks to David Klemmer (120 kg) and Andrew Fifita (116 kg), but the 105 kg Trent Merrin and 102 kg Boyd Cordner also stack up against even Queensland’s biggest bench player, Josh McGuire, weighing in at 107 kg.

Smith on Monday singled out the gargantuan Blues reserves, saying it was “a big ask” to stop them, but he also said he expects Queensland’s bench to step up.

“We play against these guys every week. You tackle big blokes every week,” he said.

Eighteenth man Dylan Napa would have given the Maroons 109 kilograms of extra grunt off the bench had he been called in to replace the injured Daly Cherry-Evans.

But Smith believes the Maroons can use their smaller, more mobile bench to their advantage.

“I think that’s why we’ve gone with Michael Morgan as an option on the bench rather than another big guy,” he said.

“We had a couple at our disposal; Dylan Napa’s been in camp with us all week and we had a couple of other options as well, but [using a smaller utility off the bench] worked for us in the past.”

The last time the Maroons had an entire team hailing from Queensland was way back in 1991. Back when a young bull named Mark Geyer was going to-to-toe with Maroons great Wally Lewis.

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That’s in Queensland .

Of the 179 players to represent the Maroons, 32 weren’t born in Queensland — that’s nearly 18 per cent.

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Nearly 10 per cent of players to represent Queensland were born in NSW.

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Non-Queensland players have played a combined 246 games since 1980, 166 of those were players of NSW birth.

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More than 17 per cent of the total amount of points for Queensland were scored by non-state players.

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Since 1995, in 15 of the 20 series, more than 25 per cent of the Maroons side have not been Queenslanders.

This shows Queensland will do anything to win. They will beg, borrow and steal players from other states or nations to win State of Origin.

And even their deceit wasn’t enough to beat NSW last year.

Some players to represent Queensland wouldn’t even know where the state was. Finder.com.au has found a dramatic increase in the number of non-Queensland players representing the Maroons over the past 20 years.

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NSW skipper Robbie Farah has disagreed with his coach Laurie Daley, saying the Blues players don’t fear Queensland ahead of Wednesday night’s State of Origin opener in Sydney.

But Farah admits the Blues are wary of a Maroons outfit that had their record eight straight series winning streak snapped last year.

Asked if he agreed with Daley’s statement on Monday that NSW fear Queensland, Farah said: “Not fear. We respect them, we know what they are capable of.

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“For us last year is gone now.

“They are a champion side and will want to bounce back.”

However Farah believed NSW had a distinct advantage hosting Origin I at what he hoped would be a sell-out ANZ Stadium.

“Game one is such an important game,” he said.

“To have it here, a place we love playing at, makes it very special for us and very difficult for Queensland.

“Hopefully by tomorrow it will be sold out and a very intimidating place.”

Statistics back Farah’s view.

In the 33 series since the three-game format’s introduction in 1982, the team that has won the first instalment has gone on to clinch the title 24 times.

NSW have won the first contest in 11 of their 13 series victories to date.

Farah claimed to be unaware of the problems which plagued Queensland’s Origin camp which lost Daly Cherry-Evans (shoulder) to injury and sweated on the fitness of Greg Inglis (tonsillitis), Billy Slater (shoulder) and Justin Hodges (foot).

However he was glowing about NSW’s “perfect” preparation, saying the Blues were buzzing thanks to their new faces.

The enthusiasm of debutant forwards David Klemmer and Josh Jackson has rubbed off on teammates while Andrew Fifita and Mitchell Pearce have been embraced upon their return.

“There is a lot of excitement,” he said.

“Even guys like Fifita who is back in this arena after a year off and Mitch Pearce (who also missed 2014), they’ve been great and are just looking forward to it.

“We have had everyone training since day one which I think is important.

“We are confident. We have ticked all the boxes.

“That’s one thing, now we have to get the job done.”

Asked if he agreed with Queensland skipper Cameron Smith that NSW were favourites, Farah said: “Ask the bookies, that’s not for me to worry about.”

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