The Bunnies seriously want the Tigers to give up their home ground advantage in such a tight game so that their fans can experience their clubs fight back. This club has friggin lost it's marbles. TELSTRA Stadium officials last night accused Wests Tigers of narrow-mindedness for refusing to transfer Sunday's much-anticipated blockbuster against South Sydney from suburban Leichhardt Oval. A crowd of 40,000 would reasonably be expected to watch two of Sydney's oldest rivals engage in a winner-takes-all battle for a finals spot. But Tigers boss Steve Noyce last night insisted the game must be kept at Leichhardt - effectively locking out up to 20,000 extra fans worth an estimated $250,000 in gatetakings for the joint venture. His decision has caused a major wedge between both sets of supporters, with Souths rival Shane Richardson bemoaning the fact thousands of Rabbitohs supporters will be unable to watch their resurgent team vie for a finals spot for the first time in 18 years. Telstra Stadium CEO Ken Edwards said it would be "a real shame'' if the game was not moved to a bigger venue. "It's ultimately about making decisions in the best interests of the fans and the game - instead of what suits the narrow interests of one club,'' Edwards said. But Tigers greats hit back, with former hooker Benny Elias slamming the critics. "We are not going to sell out on Leichhardt. There's no way in the world we will be changing the game,'' he said. "I could never see our club giving up its home ground advantage to South Sydney.''