2020 NRL preview: South Sydney Rabbitohs team guide
South Sydney lost some key talent to retirement while adding a coveted piece to their roster as they seek NRL glory in 2020.
Greg Inglis, Sam Burgess and John Sutton all ended their outstanding careers at Redfern in 2019, a void most clubs would struggle to fill.
But in Latrell Mitchell, the Bunnies signed the most sought after and intriguing player available heading into the new campaign.
Shifting to his preferred position of fullback, Mitchell will be under intense scrutiny and has already spoken fondly of his short time with coach Wayne Bennett to date.
Adam Reynolds is the new skipper and coupled with Damien Cook, Cody Walker, Cameron Murray and Mitchell, the talent is there for a Souths team aiming to go at least one step better than their twin preliminary finals appearances over the past two seasons.
How to watch South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL matches
Keen to watch Latrell Mitchell's first appearance in South Sydney colours in round one? Then you will need to get a subscription to Foxtel or Kayo Sports. The Rabbitohs' clash with Cronulla is not on free-to-air television.
Of their 24 matches, half of them are on Fox League and half are on Channel 9.
To ensure you get all the Bunnies' matches at your convenience in 2020, you should consider Kayo Sports, which currently has a 14-day free trial.
If you decide to sign up, a Basic subscription is $25/month and gives you access to 2 devices. For $35/month you get a third screen.
Kayo also has a number of features such as SplitView, where you can watch four sports at once, Interactive Stats, Kayo Minis and No Spoilers. You can check out our Kayo vs Foxtel guide to see how they compare. In total Kayo has more than 50 sports for you to choose from.
You can also check out South Sydney matches with the NRL Live Pass app. Telstra customers can access this for free. NRL Live Pass is limited to just a seven-inch display size. We have a complete guide here on how to stream the 2020 NRL season, including the providers.
Watch South Sydney Rabbitohs matches overseas
If you happen to be travelling outside Australia in 2020, you can still catch Rabbitohs games with the Watch NRL app. Check out our guide on streaming the 2020 NRL season from overseas for more information.
When do the Rabbitohs play next?
The Rabbitohs have an all-Sydney showdown in round one when they host the Sharks at ANZ Stadium. Kick-off is at 5:30pm AEDT on Saturday 14 March. You can check out all of Souths' 2020 NRL fixtures here.
South Sydney Rabbitohs history
South Sydney snapped an agonising premiership drought back in 2014. That extended their record total of titles to 21. But hopes of a new dynasty failed to materialise.
They missed the play-offs in 2016 and 2017. They then fell one game short of another grand final appearance over the past two seasons as rivals the Roosters snared back-to-back titles.
Master coach Wayne Bennett came to South Sydney with only one target in mind – to lead this club back to glory. If they have a good run with injuries and Mitchell can manage a consistent output, they should be among the contenders once more.
Image source: Rabbitohs team website
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