The Storm never really needed to get out of second gear in disposing of an error-prone Penrith outfit at Pepper Stadium on Saturday night.
Reigning premiers South Sydney have made it three consecutive wins with a dominant victory over the New Zealand Warriors in Perth.
Raiders halves Blake Austin and Sam Williams were the standouts as Canberra outclassed the Knights in Newcastle on Saturday.
The Broncos stampeded back to the top of NRL Telstra Premiership table after trampling Manly at Suncorp Stadium.
The Gold Coast Titans managed to withstand a second-half surge from the Wests Tigers without halfback Kane Elgey in a gutsy win away from home.
Chris Sandow showed signs of his best in a shock Eels win over Penrith last week, but can he inspire another upset against the North Queensland juggernaut?
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.
The Storm are reeling from last week's big loss to the Roosters while Penrith will be up against it after losing star fullback Matt Moylan.
There have been some memorable games in Perth between these two sides over the years, and Saturday's Rabbitohs-Warriors clash should be no different.