Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks come into this weekends Round 4 match zero and three, the same as their opponents Newcastle.
Five/eight Todd Carney is keen to play for NSW this season so I expect him to be in the thick of everything, especially if the Sharks get on top. His halves partner Daniel Holdsworth is finding his feet in the top grade after returning home from a long stint in the English Super League. Carney and Michael Gordon are the key men for the sky blues. The forward pack contain some pretty handy players in Matt Prior, Wade Graham, Chris Heighington and Aussie rep Andrew Fifita.
Like the Knights, the Sharks have injury concerns of their own with Paul Gallen, Luke Lewis on the injured list plus Todd Carney is reported to be not at 100% either.
Apart from the flogging they took in Round 2, Cronulla-Sutherland have been competitive in two of their matches to date. The Knights at home will be a tough ask, but a loss will see them the only team to be zero and four after 4 Rounds, the same goes for the knights to so Iím expecting this to go right down to the wire.
Will the Sharks still be winless after Round 4? Or will they break through for their first win of the season. Let us know your thoughts and who else you think is a player to keep our eye on?