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

Salford Red Devils and St Helens players may experience agame like no other when they take part in this seasons Grand Final, says eight-time winner Rob Burrow.
While Salford will make their Grand Final debut at Old Trafford on Saturday, live on Sky Sports st Helens will soon be appearing in their first final for five decades.
Former Leeds Rhinos player Burrow told Sky Sports News:Both teams have been playing well but the Grand Final is a game unlike any other. The intensity climbs significantly.
The back of the team has to play well and it is all about locating a performance you havent found all year. The strength is something whichs intense, it strikes you in the facearea.
You have got to earn a mark on the game fairly early because the final just appears to pass you . 1 minute theres five minutes to the clock, the second it is 65.
They pass by so quickly so Id say get in the game early and make your postage.
Salford come into the Grand Final because underdogs but have Man of Steel Jackson Hastings within their ranks, and Burrow says:They have been very good all season and have gone under the radar due to big parts. They are appropriately so and carrying the plaudits.
[Head coach] Ian Watson has done a wonderful job there and that he talks about team unity – that is powerful going into large games.
Salford professionally have to be there and I think everyone is happy that somebody new has come in.
St Helens completed 18 points clear from Salford from the Super League table, also Burrow states theyll be assured of winning their Grand Final.
You have got a group that is not missing confidence in big games, he explained. St Helens are a club that is the same as success and they have been brilliant from one.
They will probably be disappointed with their Challenge Cup final defeat [to Warrington] but they have moved on and put in a fantastic performance against Wigan a couple of months ago.
St Helens should be convinced, they have been great all yearlong

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