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Qld have no fear of Sydney venue


If Queensland are worried about their horror record in Sydney ahead of Wednesday's State of Origin decider, they hid it well as they wound down preparations on the Sunshine Coast.

The Maroons may have an eighth straight series triumph in sight but overall they have registered just four wins in 20 games since ANZ Stadium was opened in 1999.

They last tasted victory there in 2010 and just once during their stunning run has Queensland sealed a series in Sydney - way back in 2008 embroidery logo.

But Queensland backrower Corey Parker seemed genuinely oblivious when told at Camp Maroon.

"Has it been so bad?" he said.

However, Parker believed running out against a rabid Blues crowd would only make arguably Origin's greatest side only better.

"We are under no illusions that in Sydney you have a lot of things going against you," he said.

"From our point of view you have to flip and use it in your favour with a united side and sticking together.

"State of Origin is a tough game, you only get three cracks.

"It is one of those games as a player you want to be a part of."

Queensland halfback Cooper Cronk admitted he was intimidated running out in Sydney in game one.

"Credit to NSW, they have been able to form a venue and supporter base that is a bit intimidating to go to - it was in game one," he said philippines real estate.

"It's the greatest challenge and test in football, to win a series away from home."

But he added: "There's no fear about playing ANZ Stadium.

"If you fear a particular venue then you are not going to be successful in the NRL because that's the home of rugby league in Sydney where the big games are played.

"(His NRL club) Melbourne Storm have been able to be successful there.

"It's been a while since we have won a game there for Queensland but it has more to do with the skills and tactics that have been used, not the venue."

Queensland bounced back from their 14-6 game one loss to play near perfect football and blow away NSW 26-6 in Origin II in Brisbane.

Cronk did not know the secret to their remarkable game two form reversal but claimed they would have to be better next week.

"We would love to be able to bottle it before kickoff but unfortunately that won't happen," he said of their game two form Welend.

"You always try to emulate what you did last time but you have to be better than that (in game three)."
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