It's Canberra against the world. Raiders coach Ricky Stuart has issued a call to arms as his team continues to prove the doubters wrong. Now the Green Machine has been rewarded with the ACT government boosting Canberra Stadium's capacity to 9600 for their elimination final against the Cronulla Sharks on Saturday. It will be the biggest crowd allowed at a Raiders home game since their round-one clash against the Gold Coast Titans when 10,610 fans came through the gates. The increased capacity - up from the previous limit of 6000 - has been calculated at 50 per cent of available seating, with some sections of the grandstands not in use due to coronavirus protocols.