Can New South Wales level up the State of Origin Series against Queensland in Game Two in Sydney, or will the Maroons clinch a sixth consecutive series win?
State of Origin is one of the most entertaining, intense and brutal series of matches played around the world and Queensland, who have dominated the past five years, now have their eyes set on a sixth consecutive title.
And the odds may well be in their favour, with two of three games actually taking place in Brisbane.
The 2011 Harvey Norman State of Origin series is one game in and Queensland lead 1-0 thanks to their 16-12 victory at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
Blues coach Ricky Stuart was criticised before Game 1 for the team he selected, but they gave the Maroons a real scare and could have actually won the game.
Stuart has been forced to make six changes to the side from Game 1 because of injury with Anthony Minichiello one of the new men coming in for the injured Josh Dugan.
Maroons coach Mal Meninga has made two changes to his side with Souths duo Greg Inglis and Dave Taylor coming in for Willie Tonga and Jacob Lillyman.
Game Two will take centre stage at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on Wednesday, June 15th, with the final match - and for the neutrals hopefully the decider, - back at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
The Maroons won the 2010 series 3-0 and will be chasing a sixth successive series win in 2011.
2011 Harvey Norman State of Origin Dates and Venues:
Game 1: Queensland 16-12 New South Wales
Game 2: June 15, ANZ Stadium (Sydney)
Game 3: July 6, Suncorp Stadium (Brisbane)