The Sydney Roosters' Sio Siua Taukeiaho and Brisbane Broncos' Corey Parker go head-to-head in Round 21 of the NRL Telstra Premiership.
With injury doubts surrounding key NRL Fantasy players and the head-to-head league finals looming it's another crunch week of trades for NRL Fantasy coaches.
Sea Eagles back-rower Jamie Buhrer says he's loving life back on the field after injuries saw him spend the bulk of the past two seasons on the sidelines.
Teenage prop-turned-second-rower Bunty Afoa has arrived seemingly out of nowhere to make an impact in the Warriors' starting line-up this season.
They seem to cop more criticism than most, but Bulldogs five-eighth Josh Reynolds can sympathise with Dragons opposites Benji Marshall and Gareth Widdop.
With the 2016 finals series fast approaching, Justin Hodges takes a closer look at the players he believes can guide their sides towards premiership glory.
On loan for the remainder of the season, Zak Hardaker doesn't have much longer to impress any potential suitors that could be looking to bring him in for 2017.
Eels forward Manu Ma'u will miss his side's match with the Wests Tigers after he was found guilty of a grade one dangerous throw charge at the NRL judiciary.
Wayne Bennett claims Michael Ennis is one of the best players he's ever coached following the Sharks hooker's announcement that 2016 would be his final season.
Roosters coach Trent Robinson doesn't want his side to be motivated by ruining other clubs' top-eight chances, rather he wants them to set the tone for 2017.