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Newcastle Knights v St George Illawarra Dragons at Hunter Stadium, 7:30pm  #NRLNEWSTI

KNIGHTS: Darius Boyd, James McManus, Wes Naiqama, Timana Tahu, Akuila Uate, Kurt Gidley (c), Jarrod Mullen, Kade Snowden, Danny Buderus, Adam Cuthbertson, Chris Houston, Zeb Taia, Neville Costigan. Reserves: Matt Hilder, Richie Fa’aoso, Joel Edwards, Alex McKinnon.

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Danny Buderus

DRAGONS: Kyle Stanley, Brett Morris, Beau Scott, Matt Cooper, Jason Nightingale, Jamie Soward, Ben Hornby (c), Jeremy Latimore, Mitch Rein, Michael Weyman, Matt Prior, Ben Creagh, Dean Young. Interchange: Nathan Fien, Leeson Ah Mau, Trent Merrin, Jack de Belin

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Kyle Stanley

Who are you tipping?
- Newcastle has lost at home in the first round only once since 1993
- The Dragons have won 11 of 13 matches at Hunter Stadium (undefeated since '03)
- 9 of the Dragons last 10 opening round fixtures have been decided by single figures


Parramatta Eels v Brisbane Broncos at Parramatta Stadium, 7:30pm #NRLPARBRI

EELS: Luke Burt, Ken Sio, Esi Tonga, Ryan Morgan, Cheyse Blair, Ben Roberts, Chris Sandow, Tim Mannah, Matt Keating, Mitchell Allgood, Nathan Hindmarsh, Taniela Lasalo Justin Horo. Interchange (from): Casey McGuire, Fuifui Moimoi, Justin Poore, Reni Maitua, Taulima Tautai

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Ben Roberts

Late Mail: Jarryd Hayne is rated a very unlikely chance of making an early return from a knee injury for the Eels.

BRONCOS:  Josh Hoffman, Gerard Beale, Jack Reed, Justin Hodges, Jharal Yow Yeh, Corey Norman, Peter Wallace, Ben Hannant, Andrew McCullough, Sam Thaiday (c), Alex Glenn, Ben Te'o, Corey Parker. Interchange: Ben Hunt, Josh McGuire, Matt Gillett, Nick Slyney

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Corey Norman

Late Mail: Scott Anderson is out of the Broncos side with a back injury, with second-rower Nick Slyney to make his Brisbane debut off the bench.

Who are you tipping?
- Brisbane have a better record at Parramatta Stadium than they do at home (71%)
- The past 3 games between Brisbane and the Eels at home have been decided by a combined 15pts 
- Nathan Hindmarsh has faced Brisbane more times than any other opponent (25)


Canberra Raiders v Melbourne Storm at Canberra Stadium, 5:30pm #NRLCANMEL

RAIDERS: Josh Dugan, Blake Ferguson, Jarrod Croker, Shaun Berrigan, Reece Robinson, Terry Campese (c), Josh McCrone, David Shillington, Travis Waddell, Learoyd-Lahrs, Josh Papalii , Bronson Harrison , Shaun Fensom. Reserves (from): Glen Buttriss, Joel Thompson, Dane Tilse, Brett White, Trevor Thurling

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Terry Campese

Late Mail: Trevor Thurling is expected to fall off the extended bench, with Tom Learoyd-Lahrs confirmed to start.

STORM:  Billy Slater, Matt Duffie, Dane Nielsen, Justin O'Neill, Anthony Quinn, Gareth Widdop, Cooper Cronk, Jesse Bromwich, Cameron Smith (c), Bryan Norrie, Sika Manu, Ryan Hoffman, Todd Lowrie. Reserves (from): Ryan Hinchcliffe, Kevin Proctor, Siosaia Vave, Michael Greenfield, Sisa Waqa, Rory Kostjasyn

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Ryan Hoffman

Who are you tipping?
- Melbourne has won 17 of their past 19 games against the Raiders
- Last season Canberra endured their worst ever home season (4-8)
- Billy Slater remains one try shy of 500 career points

Penrith Panthers v Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs at Centrebet Stadium, 7:30pm #NRLPENCBY

PANTHERS: Lachlan Coote, David Simmons, Michael Jennings, Brad Tighe, Michael Gordon, Travis Burns, Luke Walsh, Sam McKendry, Kevin Kingston, Tim Grant, Luke Lewis (c), Cameron Ciraldo, Nathan Smith. Interchange: Dayne Weston, Chris Armit, Nafe Seluini, Clint Newton, Blake Austin, Danny Galea

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Nathan Smith

Late Mail: Michael Jennings and Luke Lewis have shaken off injury doubts and will start, while youngser Blake Austin is expected to be included on the Panthers' bench.

BULLDOGS:  Ben Barba, Steve Turner, Josh Morris, Jonathan Wright, Bryson Goodwin, Josh Reynolds, Trent Hodkinson, Aiden Tolman, Michael Ennis (c), Sam Kasiano, Frank Pritchard, Dene Halatau, David Stagg. Interchange (from): James Graham, Greg Eastwood, Corey Payne, Joel Romelo, Kris Keating, Martin Taupau

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Josh Reynolds

Late Mail: Aiden Tolman is in some doubt with a hamstring injury, with Martin Taupau on standby. Joel Romelo is expected to drop off the extended bench.

Who are you tipping?
- Penrith has won 9 of their last 12 games against the Bulldogs (4 by 20pts or more)
- Penrith has scored more tries against the Bulldogs at Centrebet Stadium than any other opponent (138)
- During their playing careers Des Hasler won 5 of 6 games when opposing Ivan Cleary

North Queensland Cowboys v Gold Coast Titans at Dairy Farmers Stadium, 8:30pm #NRLNQLGLD

COWBOYS: Matthew Bowen, Ashley Graham, Brent Tate, Kane Linnett, Antonio Winterstein, Johnathan Thurston (c), Ray Thompson, Matthew Scott (c), Aaron Payne, James Tamou, Gavin Cooper, Glenn Hall. Dallas Johnson. Interchange (from): James Segeyaro, Scott Bolton, Jason Taumalolo, Ashton Sims

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Johnathan Thurston

Late Mail: Brent Tate remains a 50/50 chance of being ruled out. If so, Antonio Winterstein will switch to the centres with Kalifa Faifai Loa coming onto the wing. Robert Lui could be a late inclusion on the bench after making a strong recovery from knee surgery.

TITANS:  William Zillman, Steve Michaels, Jamal Idris, Dominique Peyroux, David Mead, Jordan Rankin, Scott Prince, Luke Bailey, Kayne Lawton, Nate Myles, Greg Bird, Mark Minichiello, Ashley Harrison. Interchange (from):  Luke Douglas, Matt White, Ben Ridge, Matt Srama, Luke O'Dwyer

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Jordan Rankin

Late Mail: Matt Srama is struggling with a shoulder injury but is still a good chance of playing.

Who are you tipping?
- North Queensland has won only 5 of 15 first round fixtures 
- Gold Coast has lost 7 of their past 8 games against Queensland based opponents
- Matt Bowen requires 7 more for 500 career points


Warriors v Manly Sea Eagles at Eden Park, 2:00pm #NRLWARMAN

WARRIORS: Kevin Locke, Bill Tupou, Konrad Hurrell, Jerome Ropati, Manu Vatuvei, James Maloney, Shaun Johnson, Russell Packer, Nathan Friend, Ben Matulino, Feleti Mateo, Simon Mannering (c), Elijah Taylor. Interchange (from): Lewis Brown, Sione Lousi, Ben Henry, Ukuma Ta'ai, Glen Fisiiahi, Krisnan Inu, Alehana Mara.

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Konrad Hurrell

Late Mail: Glen Fisiiahi, Krisnan Inu and Alehana Mara are expected to drop off the extended bench.

SEA EAGLES:  Brett Stewart, Michael Oldfield, Jamie Lyon, Steve Matai, David Williams, Kieran Foran, Daly Cherry-Evans, Jason King, Matt Ballin, Brent Kite, Anthony Watmough, Tony Williams, Glenn Stewart. Interchange (from): Jamie Buhrer, Vic Mauro, Darcy Lussick, George Rose, Jorge Taufua

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Tony Williams

Who are you tipping?
- The previous seasons’ Grand Finalists will open the following season for the first time since 1992
- The Warriors have won only 2 of their past 10 clashes against the Sea Eagles 
- The Warriors have never held Manly to single figures

Wests Tigers v Cronulla Sharks at Leichhardt Oval, 2:00pm #NRLWSTCRO

TIGERS: James Tedesco, Beau Ryan, Blake Ayshford, Chris Lawrence, Matt Utai, Benji Marshall, Tim Moltzen, Aaron Woods, Robbie Farah (c), Keith Galloway, Adam Blair, Gareth Ellis, Chris Heighington. Interchange (from): Liam Fulton, Matt Groat, Matt Bell, Tom Humble, Joel Reddy

Late Mail: Joel Reddy is out after picking up an injury at training.

Toyota NRL Dream Team Players to Watch: James Tedesco

SHARKS: Nathan Gardner, Stewart Mills, Ben Pomeroy, Colin  Best, Matthew Wright, Wade Graham, Todd Carney, Bryce Gibbs, Isaac  De Gois, Ben Ross, Jeremy  Smith, Anthony Tupou, Paul Gallen (c). Reserves (from): Andrew Fifita, Sam Tagataese, John Morris, Mark Taufua, Jayson Bukuya, Jon Green 

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Todd Carney

Late Mail: Either Mark Taufua or Jayson Bukuya are expected to drop off the bench. There is some concern over a hamstring injury to Andrew Fifita but he remains likely to play.

Who are you tipping?
- The Tigers have won 8 of their past 9 games at Leichhardt Oval
- Cronulla has defeated the Tigers only once in their past 13 clashes
- Benji Marshall scores more tries against Cronulla than any other opponent (7 from 9)


South Sydney Rabbitohs v Sydney Roosters at ANZ Stadium, 7:00pm #NRLSOUSYD

RABBITOHS: Dylan Farrell, Matt King, Shaune Corrigan, Greg Inglis, Nathan Merritt, John Sutton, Adam Reynolds, Sam Burgess, Nathan Peats, Roy Asotasi, Dave Taylor, Eddy Pettybourne, Michael Crocker. Interchange (from): Dave Tyrell, Chris McQueen, Scott Geddes, Jason Clark, Necron Areaiiti, Fetuli Talanoa

Toyota NRL Dream Team Player to Watch: Adam Reynolds

Late Mail: Greg Inglis has been cleared to play despite an ankle complaint.

ROOSTERS:  Anthony Minichiello, Justin Carney, Joseph Leilua, Mitchell Aubusson, Sam Perrett, Braith Anasta (c), Mitchell Pearce, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Jake Friend, Lama Tasi, Aidan Guerra, Boyd Cordner, Frank-Paul Nuuausala. Interchange (from): Tinirau Arona, Mose Masoe, Martin Kennedy, Daniel Mortimer, Anthony Mitchell, Peni Tagive

Toyota NRL Dream Team Players to Watch: Boyd Cordner

Who are you tipping?
- The Roosters have won 23 of their past 30 games against the Rabbitohs
- Only 49pts separates the teams from 203 previous encounters
- The Roosters have lost 7 of their last 8 games at ANZ Stadium

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