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The St George Illawarra Dragons come up against a confident Parramatta outfit on Sunday. As always, we take a look through the history books at some of the Dragons' best performances against the Eels.

St George Illawarra Dragons 20 defeated Parramatta Eels 18
Round 16. Thursday, June 28, 2018
WIN Stadium

In our most recent victory against Parramatta, the Dragons staged a great escape to trump the Eels.

Coming up against the last-placed Eels while sitting in first place themselves, the Dragons were almost on the receiving end of a monumental upset if it wasn’t for a last gasp try from Matt Dufty.

With four minutes remaining and with the ball frantically thrown around on the last tackle, Gareth Widdop put a kick through the line for Matt Dufty whose blistering speed was too much for the tired Eels defence.

The Dragons scored two tries in three minutes to snatch a 20-18 win despite a big representative toll hanging over their performance.

St George Illawarra Dragons 30 defeated Parramatta Eels 0
Round 12. Friday, May 28, 2010
WIN Jubilee Stadium

An unstoppable Dragons outfit rolled over the top of the Eels in this one-sided clash in front of 15,000 fans at Kogarah.

After a last-start loss to the Canberra Raiders slowed the Dragons' successful start to the 2010 season, Ben Hornby and Jamie Soward inspired the Dragons to a six try to none win.

Both Hornby and Soward crossed over for tries with Brett Morris, Jason Nightingale and Kyle Stanley also finding the white stripe.

Despite being renowned for their attacking flair, the Eels couldn't muster any points against a determined Dragons defence spurred on by the faithful Kogarah home crowd.

Watch former Dragon Ben Creagh lead the team song following this victory here!

"We're not going to die wondering" - Dragons ready for Eels clash

St George Illawarra Dragons 29 defeated Parramatta Eels 8
Round 26. Sunday, September 2nd, 2012
ANZ Stadium

The Dragons spoilt the party of retiring players Nathan Hindmarsh and Luke Burt with a confident second half display. The win would spell the end of Hornby and Dean Young's illustrious NRL careers.

45,863 spectators turned out to watch the two Parramatta veterans for one last time, though the Dragons would run away with the result in the second half despite being down by two at the break

The Dragons' four second half tries blew out the score line – which could have been much worse if not for Soward's terrible goal kicking display on the night

The backs had a field day with Matt Cooper, Bronx Goodwin, Morris, Soward and Hornby all crossing over with Dan Hunt the only forward to find points.