Warriors coach Andrew McFadden has rung the changes ahead of a Round 7 'away' meeting with the Bulldogs in Wellington.
No change at the top of the NRL power rankings, but there have been some significant moves in the chasing pack.
The Warriors will take a new halves combination into their Round 7 Telstra Premiership clash with the Bulldogs at Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Saturday.
The Roosters and Knights finally got their first wins of the season, while the Dragons' attack continued to struggle and the Panthers lost another close one.
The Warriors were at a loss to explain their poor showing against Manly on Saturday night, with their coach accepting they took a step backwards as a team.
Manly scored yet another win over the Warriors, making it 17 wins from their last 21 meetings. The key points to come from their latest victory in Round 6.
Manly have claimed their third win of the season, getting the better of the Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday night.
Warriors teammates have spoken highlight of centre Solomone Kata, who has started 2016 strongly to sit second on the try-scorer list after five rounds.
The Warriors are wary of a Sea Eagles outfit missing Daly Cherry-Evans, saying their makeshift halves proved how dangerous they can be.
The Warriors and Manly were heavily tipped to be among the competition's big improvers in 2016 but both have had frustrating starts to the season.