PARRAMATTA star Nathan Hindmarsh reckons that although the Eels will be away from home when they play Manly in round 9 there will still be more Parramatta fans there than Sea Eagles supporters. "I reckon it'll be 60-40 Parra because of all the Parra fans who will go there to give it to Jamie [Lyon]," Hindmarsh said. "They've been waiting a long while." Three years, in fact, since Lyon walked out on Parramatta when the 2004 season was only one round old. Lyon said at the time he was tired of city living. He ended up playing for Wee Waa in country football that year, then spent two years with St Helens in England. But now he is back in the NRL with Parramatta's arch rivals and the clash will be among the year's most eagerly anticipated. But, Hindmarsh says, it will be one for the fans, more than the players. "We were pissed off when Jamie left, but only for a week or two," he said. "It's water under the bridge as far as I'm concerned - I'm fine with Killer - and I think it's the same for the rest of the Parra players. But I'm sure the fans can't wait."