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Finals week 3 draw, match-ups

The Canberra Raiders will be out to make their first grand final in 25 years when they face the South Sydney Rabbitohs in their preliminary final at GIO Stadium.

The winner will advance to the grand final on October 6 at ANZ Stadium against the winner of the other preliminary final between the Roosters and Melbourne at the SCG. 

Canberra will host Souths at 7.50pm at GIO Stadium on Friday, after the Rabbitohs ended the Sea Eagles' season with a controversial win on Friday night.

The Storm are on a high after vanquishing the Eels on Saturday night 32-0 but now face the daunting prospect of a do-or-die visit to the SCG in the grand final rematch against premiers Sydney Roosters at 7.50pm on Saturday.

2019 Telstra Premiership Finals Series Week 3 Schedule

Preliminary Final:  Friday, September 27, 7.50pm, GIO Stadium
NRL: Canberra Raiders v South Sydney Rabbitohs

Preliminary Final: Saturday, September 28, 7.50pm, Sydney Cricket Ground
NRL: Sydney Roosters v Melbourne Storm
NRLW: Brisbane Broncos v New Zealand Warriors, 5.05pm

Ticketed members prices start from $20 for Adults and $50 for families at every venue for the NRL Telstra Premiership Finals Series.

General Public tickets start from $25 for Adults and $65 for families.

Tickets will be on sale to Ticketed Club Members at 10am on Monday (September 23), while tickets for non-ticketed members will be on sale at 1pm and for members at 4pm on Monday.

Tickets will be on sale to the general public at 10am on Tuesday (September 24) at

All matches for Week Three of the 2019 NRL Telstra Premiership Finals Series will be broadcast live on the Nine Network, Fox League, SKY NZ and on NRL Live Pass.

Fans are also reminded that tickets for the NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final, on October 6 at ANZ Stadium, are also on sale at


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