It has been an origin series to remember for NSW with two strong performances to topple the maroons. Playing up at Suncorp is a different beast though, where Queensland has dominated most contests in recent years. Can the Blues make it their first clean sweep in 18 years or will the Maroons restore some pride in the series? Whatever the case, we are set up for a cracking final match of the 2018 State Of Origin series.

As always, you can play along on Moneyball with an $8,000 State Of Origin Special kicking off from 8PM AEST.

Hooker

Andrew McCullogh ($6,300)

Going to take the punt here and opt for the cheaper option in McCullogh. Banking on him lifting from his previous two performance and will want to make amends and finish the series strongly. Will leave you some extra cap space for some of the more expensive players as well.

Forwards

Josh McGuire ($6,800)

McGuire has been one of the Maroons’ best this series and has had a solid output of fantasy points. You’d think he would only lift his performance as Queensland are desperate to avoid an embarrassing 3-0 series scoreline.

Tyson Frizell ($6,200)

The footwork and speed for such a big man has caused Queensland defenders all sorts of trouble so far this series. Always has plenty of involvement and will play a key role in the match tonight. Hanging on the edge of the ruck, look for Frizell to make plenty of metres tonight.

Half

Daly Cherry-Evans ($6,900)

Again rolling the dice with a bottom-priced player here. I am expecting DCE to make the most of his surprise opportunity in maroon colours. If Queensland are to win tonight it will be on the back of Cherry-Evans laying on plenty of assists for his outside backs.

Outside Backs

Josh Addo-Carr ($7,800)

‘The Fox’ has taken to the origin stage like a duck to water, scoring in both matches so far. He is racking up plenty of running metres to add to his strong fantasy point output. In a match which I am expecting to be high-scoring, Addo-Carr should reap the benefits of this.

Billy Slater ($6.700)

Tonight will be Slater’s last origin appearance and you would be silly not to think he would have a big impact on the match. He showed signs of his best in game 2 and will be at the forefront of most Queensland attacking raids tonight. Always seems to make the right decision under pressure and will want to go out a winner in his origin swansong!