Morris hoping for Bulldogs revival

Josh Morris says Canterbury are capable of pulling off a shock when they face NRL front-runners Melbourne on Saturday.

The Bulldogs sit third in the ladder after notching four wins from their last six matches but are coming off a loss against resurgent South Sydney on Good Friday.

Morris however says the squad has prepared well and will be more than a match for the unbeaten Storm at AAMI Park.

“We’ve trained really hard this week and put in a lot of work and Des is really keen to bounce back against the Storm,” Morris said.

“Everyone likes to play against the front runners and we know we need to play an 80 minute game to beat them.

“That’s going to be the biggest challenge for us and all the boys are really looking forward to this game.”

Canterbury are still without injured playmaker Trent Hodkinson while Melbourne will be missing forward Sika Manu who is recovering from a high ankle sprain.

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