All the expected late changes for the eight Telstra Premiership matches over the Easter long weekend.
Bulldogs v Rabbitohs
Bulldogs: Brett Morris is still in some doubt with a calf complaint which saw him miss the Bulldogs' last-start win over Wests Tigers, but is expected to take his place at fullback. There are rumours Josh Reynolds could make his return from the bench, with Moses Mbye starting in the halves.
Rabbitohs: No late changes expected.
Titans v Broncos
Titans: Matt Srama looks set to miss out on the final bench spot, with Ryan Simpkins training at dummy-half during the week.
Broncos: Jordan Kahu won't play after injuring his hamstring at training. Lachlan Maranta will move to custodian, with Daniel Vidot to come into the side on the wing.
Sea Eagles v Raiders
Sea Eagles: UPDATED: Rookie Tom Trbojevic is set to replace the injured Steve Matai. Jake Trbojevic is free to play after successfully challenging his charge at the judiciary on Wednesday night. Jamie Lyon, Feleti Mateo and Brenton Lawrence are also out through injury, with Lawrence (back) to miss the bulk of the season.
Raiders: Canberra are expected to be unchanged.
Knights v Dragons
Knights: All 18 players named on Tuesday are fit to play, with Sione Mata'utia set to start from the bench after replacing for James McManus on the wing against the Panthers last weekend.
Dragons: Expect the Red V to be unchanged after their Round 4 win over the Sea Eagles.
Roosters v Sharks
Roosters: No changes expected from the side named on Tuesday, with Nene Macdonald joining the side on the wing and Shaun Kenny-Dowall moving inside to replace injured centre Blake Ferguson.
Sharks: Shane Flanagan rang the changes this week in his Tuesday team list, and his side look to be as per program.
Eels v Wests Tigers
Eels: No late changes anticipated for Parramatta. Reece Robinson was facing suspension but was cleared by the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night, paving the way for his inclusion on the wing.
Tigers: Pat Richards returns for the Tigers, and he along with injured duo Aaron Woods and Dene Halatau should all play on Monday afternoon.
Storm v Warriors
Storm: No late changes are expected for the home side.
Warriors: There's a chance Konrad Hurrell and Sam Rapira might force their way into the 17. Hurrell (knee) remains a week-to-week proposition, but could return in Melbourne.
Panthers v Cowboys
Panthers: No new injury concerns for the Panthers, who will be boosted by the return of hooker James Segeyaro, who missed their Round 4 loss to the Knights with a lip injury.
Cowboys: Paul Green has a settled squad to pick from, with Kelepi Tanginoa or John Asiata fighting for a spot on the final interchange.