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Cameron Munster, Josh Addo-Carr, Curtis Scott and Ryan Hoffman make up the Storm left edge that will only continue to get better.

They have the worldly experience of Hoffman, who has played 168 more games than the other three combined, speed to burn in Addo-Carr and two of the game's most dynamic young talents in Munster and Scott.

The left edge provided three of Melbourne's four tries in the win over the Titans.

It is a sign they are starting to gel together as a unit heading into the midway point of the year.

"Curtis loved getting the ball in his hands, he is really dynamic and a strong runner," Munster said.

"We've been working on some things at training to try and get that combination going with me, him, Joshy and Hoffy.

"At the moment it is going okay but we need to get a bit more structure."

Melbourne return to AAMI Park this Saturday night to take on arch rivals Manly.

On the back of the blockbuster crowd on ANZAC Day, the players are looking for another sea of purple this weekend.

"We're really excited to be back at home," Munster said.

"We've got some great fans and we have been playing well at home so hopefully a lot of fans turn up against the Sea Eagles."

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.