Walker's Perth form, the Titans' potent right edge, Canberra's record-breaking skipper, and the Cowboys' point-scoring spree. Key stats from Round 13.
Sharks prop Matt Prior has pointed to tenacity defence and a sprinkling of individual brilliance as the reason for his side's narrow win over the Roosters.
Gallen's return, the Roosters' dramatic form drop, and Ferguon's recovery ahead of schedule. Key points from Cronulla's upset win over the Roosters.
The Cronulla Sharks have scored their second win over the Roosters in 2015, downing the Tricolours in a low-scoring affair at Remondis Stadium on Sunday.
Cronulla will be without Ben Barba for Sunday's clash with the Roosters, after the fullback was ruled out with a rib injury.
Sunday afternoon football pits the struggling Sharks up against the high-flying Roosters, but don't be fooled – this one will be hotly contested.
The Bulldogs will be fresh off a bye while the table-topping Dragons are fresh off a 42-6 walk in the park against local rivals Cronulla.
Sharks coach Shane Flanagan was blunt in his appraisal of his side's performance in their Round 12 loss to the Dragons at Jubilee Oval.
The Dragons starred as the Sharks crumbled to a crushing 42-6 loss while Mitch Rein put his hand for a NSW Origin jumper.
The St George Illawarra Dragons have once again proved they are the real deal after dismantling the Sharks in a one-sided local derby.