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Rabbitohs centre, Dylan Walker, is looking forward to tonight’s battle with Sea Eagles centre-pairing Steve Matai and Jaimie Lyon.

The Rabbitohs young-gun praised his opposite numbers and singled out Matai as one of the players he used to idolise growing up - a player he believes is now in career-best form.

“They’ve always been great, they’re great players,” said Walker of Matai and Lyon.

“They’ve been there for a number of years. I’ve come up against him (Matai) a couple of times – he’s a fancy centre and a good player to watch. Obviously I’m going to have to be on my game.


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“He is in career-best form, from what I’ve seen. I remember growing up watching him and idolising him.”

Asked what the key to shutting down the Manly power-house would be, Walker pointed to simply going through the side’s processes as well as personally being on his game.

“I just have to try my best on him I think,” said Walker.

“Obviously he’s got his skills, I just have to try and shut him down.”

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