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Melbourne Storm Coach Craig Bellamy is taking no notice of Manly's ladder position ahead of his side's ANZAC Day clash with the Sea Eagles.

Despite Manly sitting at the foot of the table win just one victory in 2015, Melbourne's Round 2 loss to the Sea Eagles still sits fresh in the coach's mind and expects what has been one of rugby league's premier rivalries to continue on Saturday night.

"About five or six weeks ago they were in turmoil, we went up they and they put us to the sword," Bellamy said.

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"We've been through so many battles over the years we know it's going to be a battle again on Saturday night."

Earlier in the week, Melbourne Storm players, coaches and staff visited Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance, a trip Bellamy said was very worthwhile for the group ahead of their match on ANZAC Day.

"It's always nice to get up there, especially this time of the year," Bellamy said.

"It reminds everybody about what ANZAC Day means and the sacrifices people gave up for us to be safe.

"A lot of the young guys hadn't been there before and the new guys to the club so they really got a lot out of it.

"It's a privilege for these guys to be playing on ANZAC Day."

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