Cowboys stars Brent Tate and Matt Scott are two casualties from Wednesday's State of Origin II. Credit: Colin Whelan. Copyright: NRL Photos.
All the late team changes and injury rumours heading into Round 15 of the NRL, as the fallout from State of Origin II takes its toll. And for the latest betting odds and options go to Sportsbet.com.au
Official Round 15 team lists
Raiders v Bulldogs
Raiders: Joel Edwards is a chance of making an early return from a fractured cheekbone. The Raiders have no other injury concerns for the 17 selected on Tuesday.
Bulldogs: NSW Blues halves Trent Hodkinson and Josh Reynold will back up from Origin. Workhorse prop Aidan Tolman remains on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.
Warriors v Broncos
Warriors: No changes expected for the Warriors, with Ben Henry returning from his knee injury.
Broncos: Maroons stars Sam Thaiday and Matt Gillett are set to play but centre Justin Hodges will be rested again.
Sharks v Sea Eagles
Sharks: NSW Blues Paul Gallen and Luke Lewis are both likely to play, while Todd Carney, Anthony Tupou, Sosaia Feki, Jonathan Wright and Jeff Robson are all set to return from injury. John Morris is out indefinitely with a neck injury.
Sea Eagles: Anthony Watmough is out for four matches through suspension thanks to a lifting tackle in Origin II. James Hasson was named on Manly's extended bench on Tuesday and is set to replace Watmough in the squad. Jack Littlejohn could come into the starting side with Daly Cherry-Evans battling to recover from Origin.
Storm v Eels
Storm: No post-Origin injury disaster for the Storm this time around, with Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Ryan Hoffman all set to play this weekend.
Eels: Ryan Morgan will replace Will Hopoate in the centres after Hopoate picked up a shoulder injury in Origin II. Jarryd Hayne is on track to back up from Origin despite struggling with an illness on Wednesday.
Titans v Dragons
Titans: Origin trio Greg Bird, Nate Myles and David Taylor are likely to back up, while new recruit Daniel Mortimer could slot into the side at halfback. Ashley Harrison is in doubt with a neck injury.
Dragons: No changes expected at this stage, with Josh Dugan and Trent Merrin coming through Origin unscathed.
Knights v Cowboys
Knights: Joseph Leilua is still in some doubt after battling a throat problem in recent weeks, but Darius Boyd and Beau Scott are likely to back up from Origin.
Cowboys: North Queensland has lost Queensland veterans Brent Tate to an ACL injury and Matt Scott to a fractured cheekbone, with both set to spend extended periods on the sidelines. Curtis Rowe is the frontrunner to replace Tate in the backline. Fellow Origin stars Johnathan Thurston and James Tamou should both back up.