PARRAMATTA Eels hooker Matt Keating says that WIN Jubilee Oval holds no fears for the blue and gold — despite not scoring a point in three of their last four games at the venue.
Fresh of the bye, the Eels will travel to Kogarah on Saturday night in search of only their second victory of the season.
Their previous two visits to the ground have seen a pair of 30-0 defeats.
In the final round of 2009 they lost 37-0.
In between was the Eels’ famous 25-12 victory in the 2009 qualifying final.
Keating is one of six survivors from that team and said it is still a ground that holds good memories for him.
‘‘It was definitely a good day. The 2009 final is one of the best games I have been involved in,’’ Keating told the Sun.
‘‘The week before we got flogged and the two games since have not been much better so it is time we balance the ledger.’’
Keating, who spent a few days in Foster in the lead-up to this weekend’s clash, said the Eels were relaxed and focused after a well-timed week off.
He also said the Dragons will be breathing fire after back-to-back golden point losses.
‘‘When you play St George it is always a tough game but we are desperate to string a good 80-minutes together,’’ he said.