Two of the game's biggest centres go head to head when Jamal Idris and Konrad Hurrell locks horns in the final game of the regular season.
Timekeeping issues and a controversial try have drawn the ire of Penrith's captain and coach after their dramatic last-minute 26-25 loss to Manly on Sunday.
enrith coach Ivan Cleary is fully confident a heartbreaking last-gasp 26-25 loss to Manly at Brookvale Oval on Sunday won't derail the team's season.
The Sea Eagles completed a sensational comeback with two tries in the last three minutes against Penrith to thrill a packed Brookvale crowd with a 26-25 win.
With two regular season games to go, the plucky Panthers are literally for fighting tooth and nail for the holy grail of that top four spot.
There's only one game this weekend that features two top four sides going at it, and this right here is it.
Panthers coach Ivan Cleary said he was confident both Adam Docker and Jeremy Latimore would have nothing to answer for after both were put on report on Monday.
Melbourne have kept their top four hopes alive by thundering to a 24-10 road win against Penrith on Monday night.
Two in-form top-five sides go head to head as they look to scrap their way towards a top-four finish when the Panthers host the Storm.
Penrith's Jamal Idris says depression is "nothing to be ashamed of" and has applauded Knights star Darius Boyd for opening up on his battle against the illness.