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After playing a crucial role in the Kangaroos success so far in this Rugby League World Cup, Sharks backrower Wade Graham is looking forward to more of the same in Saturday's final against England.

The scorer of four tries in an earlier pool match, Graham has all but cemented the bench-utility role for the Australians and if he is a part of the 17 man team for the competition decider, is under no illusions as to the challenge that lies ahead. 

“They are really well-balanced and they are well coached, there’s nothing Wayne Bennett hasn’t achieved in the game,” Graham said. 

Graham was joined by Australian, NSW and Bulldogs prop David Klemmer at yesterday's media call, with the pair discussing the World Cup journey to date, Saturday's big game and the influence skipper Cameron Smith has on the Kangaroo team. 

See what the pair had to say, with the video, courtesy of, now playing on Sharks TV. 

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