NRL Late Mail: Round 10
All the likely team changes heading into the 10th round of the 2015 Telstra Premiership season.
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.