NSW Blues will be better in Perth but can they match Queensland Maroons’ desire?

Maroons five-eighth Cameron Munster was in better form than any of the Blues; NSW half Nathan Cleary is suspect to intense kick pressure and Queensland had the youth and enthusiasm to win the ruck.

Fittler’s changes mean the Blues’ line speed will be better, especially with Jake Trbojevic taking it forward. But that doesn’t guarantee it will stop Munster. Traditional tactics to tire playmakers, like the Blues running at former Maroons five-eighth Darren Lockyer to force him into repeated tackling, won’t work so well against Munster. His stellar level of fitness since swearing off…

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