If their 2019 battles are anything to go by, we're in for a treat when Canberra and Manly meet on Sunday.
The Sea Eagles prevailed by four points in each of the two thrillers played out last season.
The early form of both sides this year has them both sitting on the top half of the ladder and firming as title contenders.
They each returned to the winners' circle last week: the Raiders downed the Tigers while Manly pipped Brisbane.
Raiders: The Raiders will start 1-17 after Bailey Simonsson and Tom Starling were the two players omitted an hour before kick-off. Corey Horsburgh returns, as does Hudson Young returns from a lengthy suspension. Dunamis Lui and Matt Frawley were omitted from the extended squad 24 hours before kick-off. Raiders five-eighth Jack Wighton has scored six tries in his past seven games.
Sea Eagles: In a late change, Sean Keppie (No.16) will start at prop with Taniela Paseka dropping back to the bench. Abbas Miski ad Haumole Olakau'atu were the two players left hour an hour before game time. Martin Taupau (dislocated thumb) and Moses Suli (finger) are the two main man missing from last week. Curtis Sironen returns from injury in the second row for Corey Waddell and Morgan Boyle joins the bench. Toafofoa Sipley and Cade Cust were the players to make way from the 21 on Saturday. The Sea Eagles have won nine from 12 at Campbelltown Stadium.
It's an international halfback duel with Australia's Daly Cherry-Evans up against England's George Williams. Both players have impressed in 2020 and are central to their sides' hopes.