The Rabbitohs return to action this Saturday to take on the Parramatta Eels at ANZ Stadium.
With plenty happening right across the park here are four key points to keep an eye out for.
Bounce back effect
It was a fantastic run but it all came to an end last weekend to make it Souths' first loss in nine games.
Undoubtedly a disappointing result but it's a chance for the Red and Green to really fire back against the last placed Eels.
Two local juniors will notch up big game milestones this weekend with Adam Reynolds and Alex Johnston playing their 150th and 100th game respectively.
Off the back of John Sutton's 300th game last weekend it's another great occasion for the Club to see so many local products notch up impressive milestones and gives added motivation for the team to fire up for their Round 20 matchup.
Over the last few weeks, players and coaching staff at the Rabbitohs have been emphasising the importance of starting fast in games.
Expect this week for that plan of attack to really come to fruition, especially against a quick starting Parramatta.
Week to week mentality
Don't expect the Rabbitohs to the hit panic button this week.
Throughout the season Head Coach Anthony Seibold has stressed the week to week mentality both he and his team have been following since Round 1 of the 2018 season.
Expect the Red and Green to reset and get back to what they do best this week, playing strong cohesive footy.