WARWICK rugby league fans have all weekend to prepare for Sunday's NRL grand final clash between the Canterbury Bulldogs and Melbourne Storm - and the Daily will be on hand to help.
Simply grab a copy of tomorrow's edition and you'll find our comprehensive two-page preview special to Sunday's big game, including player positions and stats, along with expert analysis going into the grand final.
Tomorrow we'll also feature some of our local diehard footy followers who barrack for the Doggies and the Storm, and feel free to point us in the direction of more.
Weather conditions in Sydney on Sunday are tipped to be dry and sunny, in contrast to tomorrow's AFL grand final in soggy Melbourne, predicted by The Weather Channel to be "exceptionally" cold, wet and windy.
"The weather across Melbourne is part of what we call a cold outbreak - cold, westerly winds following in the wake of a cold front that will sweep through on Friday," Dick Whitaker, chief meteorologist at The Weather Channel, said.
"For the Sydney grand final, fine and sunny weather is expected, but similar to Melbourne, Sydney will also bear the brunt of a temperature drop. Friday's summer-like 29˚C will be replaced on Sunday by a much cooler 20˚C."
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