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Dyldam Parramatta Eels five-eighth Corey Norman says there are no certainties when it comes to results as the 2014 finals series inches closer. 

Coming off a 22-12 win over the top-of-the-table Sea Eagles on Friday night, Norman says the Blue and Gold were wary of the Newcastle Knights, regardless of their position on the ladder.

“It was a good week last week but that’s last week,” Norman said.

“We can’t get too far ahead of ourselves, we just have to worry about Newcastle, they’ve just come off a towelling so we’ve got to worry about that first.”

Round 24 saw more upsets than just the Eels toppling Manly Warringah, with the Rabbitohs shocked 22-10 by a firing Cowboys side. 

“That top eight is real close and anyone could get it; with a loss [to the Rabbitohs] and the Cowboys, they were on fire the other night.”

“If they turn up on the night, anyone can beat anyone.”

The Eels will be looking to keep their finals hopes alive when they take on the Knights on Saturday at 3pm at Newcastle's Hunter Stadium.

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