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Young talent to light up Adelaide Oval

If you need convincing that the future is now, just tune into the game this Friday night.

Some of the best young talent will be on show when Storm and the Roosters lock horns.

The highlight will be on the outside with the likes of Latrell Mitchell going up against fellow rising New South Wales stars Josh Addo-Carr and Curtis Scott.

It is a challenge the Storm centre is certainly looking forward to.

"Latrell has had an outstanding couple of games in Origin," Scott said.

"He is full of confidence at the moment, there is a good little battle between Chambers at the moment.

"It should be a good challenge for myself, Will, Josh and Suli as well."

Both teams have hit form, losing just the one game each since the start of July to be locked together on 20 competition points apiece.

"We've strung together three games now and have started to find a little bit of form," Scott said.

"Now we come up against a strong Roosters side, I'm sure all of the boys are keen to have a good game down in Adelaide.

"Coops in particular is starting to find a bit of form and his combinations with players inside and around him. We are going to have to work on minimising their game."

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