A dominant Storm quartet, a trio of Eels and plenty of internationals gearing up for the upcoming Representative Round headline NRL.com's Team of the Week.
Warriors forward Sione Lousi is concerned he may have suffered a serious knee injury in his side's loss to the Dragons on Sunday afternoon.
After last week's heavy defeat and the axing of six players, Warriors captain Ryan Hoffman spoke of his pride at seeing his side rally to beat the Dragons.
The Warriors put a satisfying end to a disruptive week by downing the Dragons in their first victory over St George Illawarra in their last 12 attempts.
An inexperienced Warriors side have come through a week of adversity to beat the Dragons 26-10 at Mt Smart Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
He upped sticks and moved across to Auckland in search of more NRL opportunities, and this Sunday Shaun Lane will become a key forward for the Warriors.
Plenty of team changes are expected for this weekend's games, no more so than in New Zealand with Warriors coach Andrew McFadden dropping six players.
The Dragons head across to Auckland on the back of two straight wins to face a Warriors side reeling following a heavy loss to the Storm on Anzac Day.
Warriors hooker Issac Luke believes his club form hasn't warranted selection for the Kiwis in the Downer Test in Newcastle.
The Dragons start to climb while the pressure mounts on the Warriors and Wests Tigers two months into the 2016 season.