After sweeping aside the NRL's bottom-two ranked teams in the past fortnight, the Broncos will need to shift up another gear against the improving Sea Eagles.
Daly Cherry-Evans, Jamie Lyon, Brett Stewart and Steve Matai are disappointed with the exit of coach Geoff Toovey but will support new mentor Trent Barrett.
Manly's chairman Scott Penn says the decision to move on coach Geoff Toovey was done "with a heavy heart" but in the best interests of the club.
Outgoing Manly coach Geoff Toovey has front the media to discuss his departure from the club, thanking fans for their support through a tough time.
Their coach has been told his services are not required beyond 2015 but the Broncos insist they will be expecting to meet a Manly side at its best.
Geoff Toovey will depart the Sea Eagles at the conclusion of the 2015 season, with Trent Barrett to replace the club legend as head coach starting in 2016.
Local juniors from the Mona Vale Raiders, brothers Jake and Tom Trbojevic are an inspiration and an asset to the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
Manly second-rower Feleti Mateo labelled Saturday night's 32-12 victory on the road against the Warriors as the club's best so far this season.
The Sea Eagles disposed of the Warriors in the face of a heavy injury toll on Saturday night. Here are five key points from the contest at Mount Smart Stadium.
Shaun Johnson suffered a season-ending ankle injury as the Sea Eagles kept their faint finals hopes alive with a a 32-12 victory over the Warriors in Auckland.