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Melbourne may have top spot secured however there is still a lot to play for this Saturday night.

Just one week out from the 2017 finals series, every game shapes as crucial to this team achieving its goals over the next month.

That makes the Round 26 clash against the Raiders one Storm have no chance of taking lightly.

“We’ve still got a lot on the line, you want to keep playing good footy leading into the back end of the year,” Chambers said.

“It is crazy to think you’ve got nothing on the line.

“You want to keep going with momentum and rolling forward. We know we’ve got to put together another 80-minute performance to get ready for the back end of the year but we’ve got to focus on the Raiders this weekend.”

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Two significant milestones will also be taking place at AAMI Park.

Cameron Smith will draw level with Darren Lockyer’s games record while Cooper Cronk will step onto AAMI Park for the last time in a Storm home game.

Storm will be determined to make sure both milestones will be remembered fondly.

“It is a big occasion for us with Cooper’s last home game, he has been a big part of this organisation over the last 15 years,” Cronk said.

“Cam (Smith) is going to equal Darren Lockyer’s record for most games played.

“It is a big weekend for us and a big occasion for our organisation. To get Melbourne behind us would be good.”

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.