The official team lists for all 16 clubs ahead of Round 9 of the 2017 NRL Telstra Premiership season.
The North Queensland Cowboys will wait until Friday to determine if co-captain Johnathan Thurston is able to play after sustaining a calf injury in Round 6.
The Cowboys and the Eels both have easy goals to identify, with the Cowboys eager to jump into the top four, while the Eels are win from the top eight.
A pair of Titans, a brace of Broncos and plenty of inspirational match-winners headline a Team of the Week who all did the Anzac Round proud.
Johnathan Thurston has been named at 18th man for the Cowboys' clash with Parramatta, but must train with the team to prove his fitness.
After missing several weeks due to injury, North Queensland Cowboys centre Justin O'Neill is pleased that his performances have improved after two games.
Johnathan Thurston is all but certain to be named in the Kangaroos squad to take on New Zealand on Wednesday despite missing the past two weeks with injury.
"As tough as a two dollar steak" was how North Queensland Cowboys coach Paul Green described Ray Thompson after his performance against the Newcastle Knights.
Saturday's victory for North Queensland gave some vital experience for the Cowboys' young guns and another case of close but no cigar for the Knights.
A strong second-half showing from the North Queensland Cowboys helped them to a 24-12 win over the Newcastle Knights on Saturday night.