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2013 Dream Team sees the introduction of Test Match Dream Team, where fantasy coaches choose their favourites from Australia and New Zealand as they battle it out for Trans-Tasman supremacy.

Representative Dream Team offers the opportunity for coaches to select a team of six, covering all positions, from either the Kangaroos or the Kiwis.

With no salary cap, there will be an abundance of teams featuring genuine Rugby League superstars.

Best of the Bunnies

With two of the Rabbitohs big guns representing their country this Friday night, it is hard to go past the glaringly obvious selection of Greg Inglis in the centres.

'GI' has narrowly averaged below 50 this season. With his damaging attacking game, highlighted by his huge number of running metres, copious tackle breaks, as well as his ability to score a try from anywhere on the field, Inglis is a must have.

While the Australian captain, Cameron Smith, may be the highest scorer in NRL Dream team this year, dont discount the tenacity of Rabbitohs and Kiwi rake, Issac Luke.

With the Aussies hot favourites for the match, Lukes tackle rate has the potential to sky rocket as the Australian forwards attempt to dominate possession by working the ball up the middle.

If New Zealand manage to get on top in the game, you can rest assured Luke will be at the fore, taking advantage of lazy markers with his crafty dummy half runs.

Whats your play?

Scores in representative versions of Dream Team are often hard to predict. As a result, coaches need to carefully choose which strategy they will use when making their selections.

Will you choose the consistent approach by selecting players who score well every week, or will you take the risk of selecting a game breaker, who has the potential to post a massive score?

The Consistent Coach Approach

2nd Row Forwards: Paul Gallen - While he hasnt had his greatest start to the year in NRL Dream Team, he still averages over 50. Its hard to go past this seasoned Dream Team performer.

Front Row Forwards: Jared Waerea-Hargreaves He has been on fire for the Roosters this season and has cracked 40 points every round.

Halves: Cooper Cronk He may not be the flashiest half featuring in the Test Match, but he certainly is the most consistent.

Fullbacks and Wingers: Billy Slater Slater is capable of an off night, but his statistics suggest he is the safest option for the back three.

The Risk Takers Approach

2nd Row Forwards: Paul Gallen (again) Despite Australias form back row, the Blues captain will have to have an off night not to out-score the others.

Front Row Forwards: James Tamou An enforcer who, if he fires, will break tackles and offload all night.

Halves: Jonathan Thurston If Thurston owns the game, he will come close to scoring 100 points.

Fullbacks and Wingers: Brett Morris If the Kangaroos spread the ball early in the tackle count, look out for this speedster to make a couple of hundred running meters, possibly backed up with a couple of tries.

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