With Shaun Johnson, Martin Taupau and Andrew Fifita sidelined, it's crisis time for NRL Fantasy coaches with trades running low at the business end of the year.
NRL Fantasy coaches will be faced with a few tough choices this week as a number of stars are ruled out.
A shoulder injury to star Manly half Daly Cherry-Evans has thrown the cat amongst the pigeons for NRL Fantasy coaches this week.
Daly Cherry-Evans has been named to play for Manly despite a shoulder injury while several NRL Fantasy stars are ripe for the picking.
Inglis and Cronk get their groove back, JT fires again, Johnson flops, and DCE picks up an untimely injury for Fantasy coaches.
The toughest period of the NRL Fantasy season is behind us, and with the end of the season in sight the race is on to pack your team with stars.
NRL.com's Lone Scout looks at the big team changes and players you should buy as you look to put together your ideal NRL Fantasy team.
Shaun Johnson's hot streak continues, the key guns to bring in for the run home, and the other big Fantasy winners from the weekend.
With Trent Merrin copping a four-match ban and four clubs missing this week's matches with a bye, Round 18 looms as the last genuinely tough NRL Fantasy round.
The calvary has arrived for the Knights and Dragons, Cooper Cronk will back up for the Storm, while Brisbane should be close to full-strength in Round 18.