The Ben Hunt and Anthony Milford show returned to Suncorp Stadium after a brief hiatus as the Broncos brushed aside the Dragons with ease.
South Sydney have fired a warning shot to the NRL Telstra Premiership competition after their most dominant performance of the season.
Manly's astounding late charge to the NRL finals comes to the nation's capital for a meeting with the Raiders who have one last shot at making the finals.
Top four aspirations will be on the line when the red-hot Sharks host the Storm in arguably the game of the round.
While Sunday's clash at Central Coast Stadium may look like a one-sided affair, the history between these two sides is heavily in favour of the Titans.
This is the time of year when premiership contenders want to start flexing their muscle and both these teams want to make a statement. Game on.
Both teams are looking towards the future, but both will be hellbent on winning this clash with the threat of the wooden spoon looming large.
Pepper Stadium will see the coming together of a team clinging to their last chance of making the finals, and one that is pretty much now playing for pride.
After two straight losses there's no need for the league-leading Broncos to panic just yet, but another defeat here would send alarm bells.
The Wests Tigers have all but ended the finals hopes of the Raiders with a hard-fought victory in a spiteful match in Canberra.