Sea Eagles halfback Daly Cherry-Evans was injured in his side's Round 19 clash with the Cowboys.

All the team rumours and expected late changes heading into the 20th round of the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership.

 

Broncos: No fresh injury worries for the ladder-leaders, who should be as per program.

Titans: Daniel Mortimer is unlikely to start for the Gold Coast following a concussion he suffered in last week's loss to the Knights. 

 

Wests Tigers: Should be 1-17, again without the services of skipper Robbie Farah who continues to recover from a broken hand. 

Roosters: No changes expected for the in-form Tricolours.

 

Warriors: Expected to be 1-17 for their home clash with Manly, with Konrad Hurrell picking up a suspension in the NSW Cup, David Fusitu'a (knee) out and experienced duo Ryan Hoffman (calf, Round 21) and Manu Vatuvei (shoulder, Round 22) still not ready to return to the field. 

Sea Eagles: Daly Cherry-Evans was named on Tuesday despite suffering a shoulder injury on Monday night, and while he is rated by club officials as a chance of taking to the field he is realistically more likely to miss both this week and next. Warriors-bound lock Ligi Sao is free to play after being found not guilty at the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night.

 

Storm: Melbourne expect to take to McLean Park as per program, with Cooper Cronk fit to play.

Dragons: Dylan Farrell is the only man who could force his way into this Dragons side after recovering from a back injury. 

 

Rabbitohs: There's a possibility young back-rower Kyle Turner could make his long-awaited return from a neck injury on Saturday night, after playing the majority of the 80 minutes in his return via the NSW Cup with North Sydney last week.

Knights: Dane Gagai is set to play after recovering from his health scare last week. Despite being named on Tuesday, Akuila Uate is unlikely to take to ANZ Stadium on Saturday, sidelined with a knee injury.

 

Panthers: Young back-rower Bryce Cartwright remains in some doubt with a knee complaint but should be fine to face the Green Machine. Matt Moylan, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, and Josh Mansour are all still at least two weeks away from returning at the very least.

Raiders: No late changes expected for Canberra.

 

Bulldogs: Des Hasler will have to decide on the makeup of his final bench, with Moses Mbye and Tim Browne vying for the final interchange spot.

Sharks: Likely to be unchanged, with Anthony Tupou included on an extended bench on Tuesday after a long absence with a broken jaw. It's unlikely the experienced forward will return this week.

 

Cowboys: Matt Scott and Matthew Wright were the main injury concerns for the Cowboys, but both look set to take their place in the 17 on Monday night. 

Eels: After making a host of changes to their side on Tuesday, this new-look Parramatta side should be 1-17 as they travel north to 1300SMILES Stadium. Chris Sandow has been released from the club to join English Super League club Warrington.