Coach believes Eels' capable of backing up biggest win in NRL finals history
Eels coach Brad Arthur believes his side's capable of backing up their 58-nil NRL finals win over the Broncos, the biggest win in the competition's finals history
16 September 2019
Parramatta face Melbourne on Saturday.
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