Bulldogs five-eighth Moses Mbye kicked a golden-point, match-winning field goal against the Tigers in Round 4.

All the likely team changes heading into the 10th round of the 2015 Telstra Premiership season.

Official Round 10 team lists
NRL casualty ward: Round 10

Bulldogs v Roosters

Bulldogs: There's a good chance Moses Mbye will start in the centres for Chase Stanley, with David Klemmer joining the final bench after being named in jersey 19 on Tuesday. 

Roosters: No late changes are expected for the Tricolours, who have a largely settled squad.

Cowboys v Broncos

Cowboys: The home side should be unchanged for the Queensland derby, with Rory Kostjasyn likely to drop off the extended bench named on Tuesday.

Broncos: Likewise, the visitors should be unchanged on Friday night.

Eels v Warriors

Eels: Parramatta should be as per program on Saturday, having made a raft of changes to their squad when teams for the round were announced on Tuesday.

Warriors: Manu Vatuvei is the only concern for the New Zealand side, with a sternum injury sustained in Round 9 still troubling 'The Beast'. David Fusitu'a is an option on the wing if Vatuvei fails to recover in time.

Titans v Sharks

Titans: No late changes expected for Gold Coast, who will be keen to bounce back from their hiding at the hands of the Raiders in Round 9.

Sharks: Tinirau Arona (hamstring) is the only concern in the Cronulla 17, with David Fifita right to return from a broken leg.

Storm v Rabbitohs

Storm: Tohu Harris (leg) was in some doubt after failing to finish Melbourne's last-start win over the Eels, but should be fine to play on Saturday night. Returning from suspension, Felise Kaufusi is a good chance of making the final bench.

Rabbitohs: No late changes anticipated for South Sydney. John Sutton (eye) will play, as will Chris Grevsmuhl, after leaving the field with concussion in Round 9.

Dragons v Raiders

Dragons: Should be as per the side named on Tuesday, 1-17.

Raiders: No fresh injury concerns for the Green Machine, with David Shillington a chance of returning to the side after being named on an extended bench on Tuesday.

Knights v Wests Tigers

Knights: The Knights will continue to be without the services of playmaker Jarrod Mullen (toe) for at least the next month – and possibly the season – but should be unchanged for their vital home clash with Wests Tigers.

Wests Tigers: There is a slight chance Delouise Hoeter could be dropped in favour of David Nofoaluma, who would make his first NRL appearance of the season.

Sea Eagles v Panthers

Sea Eagles: No late changes anticipated for the home side on Monday night.

Panthers: Penrith should be boosted by the return of James Segeyaro, who looks right to go after missing Rounds 8 and 9 with an elbow complaint.