The Manly Sea Eagles and Warriors have named their final teams for Saturday's Round 19 clash at nib Stadium.
After a week off with the bye both the Sea Eagles and Warriors will embark on one of the longest trips in rugby league this week, facing off in Perth.
The immediate playing future of Sea Eagles fullback Brett Stewart is in doubt after the club confirmed that he would require knee surgery.
Manly veteran Brett Stewart will miss at least six weeks of the NRL season after being booked in for knee surgery.
Sea Eagles centre Dylan Walker to miss a month of football following a hand injury sustained at his apartment on Saturday night.
Sea Eagles outside back Brayden Wiliame will miss his side's Round 19 match with the Warriors after accepting an early guilty plea for a shoulder charge.
Queensland prop Nate Myles has dismissed any suggestion that Game Three of the 2016 Holden State of Origin series will be his last match in a Maroon jersey.
Manly centre Dylan Walker put the disappointment of missing Origin III in the best possible fashion by getting the better of Josh Dugan and the Dragons.
Young Raiders lock Luke Bateman will miss his side's match with the Cowboys in Round 18, while Baptiste, McGuire and Aloiai escape suspension.
Manly return to winning ways in front of the Brookvale Oval faithful, with the Red V missing a huge opportunity to push further into the top eight.