The NRL has released the fixtures for the final six rounds of the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership season, with a number of blockbuster clashes in the run to the finals.
With places in the top eight still very much up for grabs, rugby league fans will be treated to some spectacular matches as every club battles to stay in the hunt for the Provan-Summons trophy.
In Round 21, premiership heavyweights the Roosters and Bulldogs will clash at Allianz Stadium in a Friday Night Footy blockbuster, while across town on the same night Wests Tigers host Melbourne Storm at Leichhardt Oval.
In Round 22, the Sharks and Cowboys will resume hostilities at Remondis Stadium on Saturday evening after Cronulla ended North Queensland's 11-game unbeaten run in Round 16.
The Broncos will host the Bulldogs and the Dragons at Suncorp Stadium on consecutive Friday nights in Rounds 22 and 23.
Thursday night football returns in Round 23 when the Cowboys put their premiership credentials to the test, hosting reigning premiers South Sydney in Townsville on August 13. The following Thursday, August 20, sees the Dragons take on the Panthers at WIN Stadium.
All eyes will be on ANZ Stadium on Friday, August 21 as the Rabbitohs and Bulldogs face each other for the first time since their Good Friday thriller.
The Broncos visit Allianz Stadium twice in two weeks, playing the Roosters in Round 24 on Saturday, August 22 at 7.30pm, and then the Rabbitohs in Round 25 on Thursday, August 27. Also that weekend, the Storm and Cowboys meet at AAMI Park, with Origin teammates to turn opposition.
The Raiders and Panthers close Round 25 with a Monday Night Football clash in Canberra that could decide a top eight spot.
The regular season will come to a spectacular end, with a number of massive contests set to give fans an early glimpse of finals football.
The Broncos and Storm kick off Round 26 at Suncorp Stadium on Thursday night, while the Warriors will be out to ensure they return to the finals when they travel to ANZ Stadium to face the Bulldogs in the last game of the season on Sunday, September 6 at 6.30pm.
Traditional rivals the Roosters and Rabbitohs will finish their regular seasons at Allianz Stadium on Friday, September 4 in a contest sure to have finals implications, while the Sharks and Sea Eagles will be live on Channel Nine's Sunday Football for the last live free-to-air game of the regular season.
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