Melbourne have taken the JJ Giltinan Shield as the minor premiers on the back of a dominant defensive display against the Sharks at AAMI Park on Saturday.
The Storm and Sharks have both confirmed their final 17 ahead of their Round 26 NRL Telstra Premiership clash at AAMI Park on Saturday night.
Melbourne Storm's Cameron Munster and Cronulla Sharks' Ben Barba go head-to-head in Round 26 of the NRL Telstra Premiership.
After a poor string of results over the past four weeks, Storm coach Craig Bellamy believes the Sharks are back to playing their best football.
This is it. After 184 NRL games across 25 rounds, the minor premiership will be decided on the final weekend of the season. But which team has the most to lose?
The NRL minor premiership goes up for grabs in a Saturday night blockbuster when the Storm host the Sharks just one week before the NRL Finals.
Storm prop Jesse Bromwich believes his side are prepared for a physical forward battle with the Sharks, suggesting they were stunned in their last meeting.
There was a chance Jordan McLean wouldn't pull on a Melbourne Storm jersey again in 2016 after injuring his ankle in Round 17 against the Broncos.
Storm forward Nelson Asofa-Solomona and Warriors centre Solomone Kata will both miss the final round of the NRL Telstra Premiership season.
Kenny Bromwich, Cheyse Blair, Felise Kaufusi, Nelson Asofa-Solomona and Mark Nicholls have all agreed to terms to extend their stay at the Storm.