Brisbane Broncos hooker Brittany Breayley is is ready for the challenge the Sydney Roosters present.
The Broncos take on the Rooster in the inaugural NRL Women's Premiership Grand Final on Sunday afternoon.
Despite heading into the final undefeated it is the Roosters who will have the advantage with the men's team also making the final which will see their fans descend on ANZ Stadium.
"Obviously with the two Roosters teams in the Grand Final, it's going to be a huge support crew down there but I know our friends and family are on their way to Sydney so we are going to have huge support behind us as well," Breayley said.
"Really looking forward to it and I say, just bring on the challenge," she said.
The tri-colours head into the final after only one win which came last weekend against the St.George Illawarra Dragons despite heading into the competition as favourites with their star-studded line-up.
The Roosters showed their attacking power after Zahara Temara changed to halfback role allowing a free flowing wing.
The last time the two sides met, the Broncos proved too strong for the Roosters in a 14-4 win at Allianz Stadium.
The Broncos ability to keep the pressure on the opposition teams defence and take their chances near the try line has resulted in one of the most feared attacking sides in the competition.
However, while there have been expectations put on the Broncos from media outlets back in their home state, the team are focusing on trying to enjoy the moment.
"We're just looking to enjoy the moment with the girls, the coaching staff and everyone who has been on the journey with us," Breayley said.
"There has been a lot of outside noise but we are trying to get the girls to stay complacent and just knuckle down," she said.
Breayley is in Sydney ahead of the final after being nominated for the women's Dally M award alongside Dragons centre Jess Sergis, Warriors hooker Krystal Rota and Roosters winger Taleena Simon with the winning being announced Wednesday night.
Brisbane Broncos v Sydney Roosters
Kick-off: 1:35pm AEST
Venue: ANZ Stadium
LIVE on Channel 9 from 1pm