Following his late withdrawal last round with illness, Josh Aloiai comes straight back into the front-row for Oliver Clark. Isaiah Papali’i 20.

Elijah Taylor 17.

Latrell Mitchell 4. 1. The injury toll across the NRL has continued - but for some clubs, there may be some light at the end of the tunnel. Issac Luke is not named owing to suspension, paving the way for Cory Paix to start at hooker -- the only other change to the side which lost narrowly to the Dragons in Round 15. Jacob Host 13. Kai O’Donnell 21. Matt Ikuvalu.

Analysis: Mercurial half Ash Taylor returns to partner Jamal Fogarty in the halves, while a looming two-match ban for gun forward Moeaki Fotuaika sees frustrated utility Tyrone Peachey line up to start at lock forward. Kodi Nikorima 7.

Xavier Coates 6. Blake Ferguson 6. Melbourne Storm are set to welcome back Cameron Smith , ... Read below for your club's team list ahead of Round 16. Kyle Feldt 3. Josh Morris 5. Josh Aloiai 9. And Braden Hamlin-Uele gets a start at prop, moving Toby Rudolf to lock and Scott Sorensen the unlucky man to drop to the bench. David Klemmer 14.

Billy Brittain 18. Ponga is replaced by Connor Watson, who vacates the hooking position with Danny Levi to make a timely return from an ankle injury.

Jonus Pearson 3. Nathan Peats (calf) will miss the clash, however, Mitch Rein has been cleared for a return. Tui Kamikamica 17.

Herman Ese’ese 16. Jake Granville 15. Eliesa Katoa 12. Steve Georgallis said he would make changes, and he has done exactly that. Pasami Saulo 18. Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly >, Parramatta Eels vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, 7:50pm at Bankwest Stadium, Eels: 1. Tim Lafai, Analysis: Lachlan Lewis comes in for Jack Cogger in the halves.

Alex Twal 11.

Paul Turner. Corey Jensen 18. Oregon Kaufusi 18. Joe Ofahengaue 9.

Analysis: The Bunnies’ backline gets a shake-up after Alex Johnston was involved in a nasty head clash last week, giving Corey Allan a start on the wing. Dylan Napa (suspension) returns at prop, pushing Aiden Tolman to lock and Matt Doorey to the bench. Jackson Ford (suspension) will return to the side.

Lachlan Croker 15. Jacob Saifiti 11. Marion Seve 3. Analysis: A new-look halves combination with Shaun Johnson returning at halfback to replace Braydon Trindall, and Connor Tracey taking Matt Moylan’s spot at five-eighth. Raymond Faitala-Mariner 13. Dylan Napa is back after a week’s suspension while Aiden Tolman shifts to lock in the place of Luke Thomspon.

Kotoni Staggs 4. Bayley Sironen 13. Matt Eisenhuth 14. Royce Hunt 18.

After moving from the South Sydney Rabbitohs last week, prop Rhys Kennedy has been named on the interchange.

https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/57/d7/luke-keary_832awbhi7k9w1k7ydefk772cb.jpg?t=-1299809807&w=500&quality=80, St. George-Illawarra Dragons v Melbourne Storm, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks v Brisbane Broncos. Update: Nat Butcher comes into the starting line-up for Boyd Cordner. Update: The Panthers have shuffled their pack, with Tyrone May coming into the starting line-up for Moses Leota. New to Kayo? Shaun Lane 12.

Trent Merrin 16. David Nofoaluma 6.

Corey Thompson 2.

Jesse Ramien 5. Adam Pompey 3. Victor Radley 10. Viliame Kikau (suspension) is facing a one-week ban for dangerous contact, moving James Fisher-Harris to lock and Isaah Yeo to the edge.

Blake Lawrie 14. James Gavet 9.

Jason Taumalolo (calf) left the field during Sunday's loss to the Knights and will miss four weeks. Starford To’a 3. Sitili Tupounuia 18. Agnatius Paasi 9. Josh King 17. Valentine Holmes (ankle) looks set to return, but it will be on the wing. Abbas Miski 20.

Saturday 6th July, 7:35pm, McDonald Jones Stadium, 1. Luke Thompson 20. Josh Addo-Carr 6.

Danny Levi 10. James Tedesco 2. Alex Johnston (concussion) has been ruled out, while Liam Knight (suspension) will return on the bench. Max Bailey 21. Issac Luke 15. George Clarke, Chris Paine and Zac Rayson, Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly >, Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Ashley Taylor 7.

Will Kennedy 2. Wade Graham 13. James Fisher-Harris moves to lock, with Moses Leota taking up the prop position.

Connor Tracey 7. Enari Tuala 4.

Herbie Farnworth 3.
Tom Eisenhuth starts due to Kenny Bromwich’s injury and Marion Seve ousts Sandor Earl from the wing. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 2. 1. Sam Lisone 16. Jazz Tevaga 14. James Fisher-Harris moves to prop with Yeo shifting to lock. Tommy Talau 6. Adam Blair 16. Matt Dufty 2. Isaiah Papali’i drops out of the squad with Eliesa Katoa taking his starting spot in the second row.

St George Illawarra Dragons vs Gold Coast Titans, 6pm at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, Dragons: 1. Fullback Kalyn Ponga is out with a calf strain that's also kept him from representing Queensland in the decider. Brodie Croft 15. Analysis: Canberra are unchanged from the side that beat the Titans with the exception of Corey Harawira-Naera who misses out due to the agreement by which Canterbury released him. Valentine Holmes 6. Josh McGuire will shift to lock and Francis Molo will start in the front row. Tom Starling 15. Josh Aloiai 9.

Pat Hollis. Jackson Ford 17. Update: Shaun Johnson has been ruled out after aggravating his groin injury, the Sharks have gained approval from the NRL to bring Baydon Trindall into their 21-man squad to replace him. Zane Tetevano 11. With halves pairing Corey Norman and Ben Hunt both in Queensland camp, Jai Field and Darren Nicholls will assume the playmaking duties.

Drew Hutchison 7. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 9. Lindsay Collins 18. Ryan Matterson 13.

Jayson Bukuya 16.

Analysis: As expected, Valentine Holmes has recovered from his ankle surgery and is back on the wing. Reuben Cotter 10. Analysis: Sean O’Sullivan comes in to replace crocked five-eighth Anthony Milford, partnering the promising Tom Dearden in the halves.

Reece Robson (hamstring) will miss the rest of the season.

Chris Lewis 20.
Sam Stone 12. Corey Thompson 3. Andrew Davey 16. Josh Curran 22.

Campbell Graham 4. Isaah Yeo 12. Joe Stimson 12.

Brett Morris 5. ... Dragons v Storm - Round 16, 2019. Jack Williams 17. Josh Dugan 4. Ryan Hall 20. Chanel Harris-Tavita (concussion) will likely return in the halves, bumping Paul Turner out.

Jamal Fogarty 8. Scott Sorensen 16.

Update: Josh Aloiai has been ruled out with Matt Eisnehuth coming into the starting line-up and Sam McIntyre slotting onto the bench. Danny Levi 10. Matt Burton 21. Shaun Kenny-Dowall 6. Moses Suli (foot) is out for the season, with Jack Gosiewski originally named in the centres and Tevita Funa at fullback. Sam Lisone 17. Matt Eisenhuth is dropped back to the interchange, with Alex Twal starting at lock. David Klemmer 9. 1.

Joseph Manu 5. Ryan Papenhuyzen 2. Peter Hola. Isaac Lumelume.

Jake Turpin will play five-eighth, with James Segeyaro coming into the team as the bench hooker. Jesse Bromwich comes back into the side after his ban while Tino Fa’asuamaleaui shifts to the bencjh. Steven Marsters 20. Joel Thomspon (tongue) should return in the second row, pushing Corey Waddell to the bench.

Daly Cherry-Evans 8. Being the final representative-affected round this year, bagging the two points is all-important for these sides leading into the run to the finals. Steven Marsters will come into the side if Gagai fails a fitness test. It’s the same for Melbourne and that’s the last thing Manly will want to hear as their decimated backline goes toe to toe with Craig Bellamy’s Storm.

Brandon Smith 14. Jack Murchie 18. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 9.

Jared Waerea-Hargreaves returns after missing two matches through suspension and another with a hamstring issue. Felise Kaufusi 12. Melbourne Storm are set to welcome back Cameron Smith , Cameron Munster and Jahrome Hughes this week in what will be a huge boost to their premiership credentials. Darius Boyd 2. Sione Katoa 15.

Elliott Whitehead 13. Daine Laurie 19. Mitchell Dunn 12. David Fifita 12. Sean O’Sullivan 7. Chris Randall 20. Analysis: Blake Green’s season-ending injury has meant Mason Lino comes in at five-eighth.

Paul Momirovski 4. Wayde Egan 15. Cory Paix 10. Darius Farmer.

Harry Grant 10. Luke Brooks 7. James Fisher-Harris 14. Jake Clifford 20. Asu Kepaoa. Marcelo Montoya 4.

Gehamat Shibasaki 5. Esan Marsters 5. Paul Gallen 14. Sydney Roosters vs Brisbane Broncos, 7.55pm at Sydney Cricket Ground, Roosters: 1. Manu's move allows Brett Morris to stay in the centres alongside Latrell Mitchell, with Ryan Hall remaining on the wing.

Nathan Cleary 8. Suliasi Vunivalu 3. Regular centre Joseph Manu is a very capable replacement for James Tedesco (NSW) at fullback. Shaun Fensom 17.

Reagan Campbell-Gillard 9.

Sione Katoa 3. Kalyn Ponga 2.

Jake Friend 10. Teig Wilton 19. Matt Prior 11. Brenko Lee 4.

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