Wests Tigers hooker Robbie Farah will start from the bench against the Rabbitohs in Round 14.

All the team changes, injury news and rumours heading into the weekend's games.


Broncos: The Broncos reshuffled their line-up at training this week, with Jarrod Wallace set to move into the starting side while Alex Glenn shifts to centre and rookie Tom Opacic reverts back to the bench.

Panthers: Reagan Campbell-Gillard is out with an elbow injury, with one of two young props – Moses Leota or Viliame Kikau – set to come into the side. Rookie five-eighth Te Maire Martin is a couple of weeks away from making his return.


Raiders: Should run out as named, with Paul Vaughan cleared of concussion.

Warriors: Bodene Thompson is only a slight chance of being a late inclusion after missing last week's clash with an ankle injury. 


Titans: No changes expected for the Gold Coast.

Eels: Should be 1-17. Brad Takairangi is expected to return from injury in the centres, with Clint Gutherson set for a prolonged stint in the halves after Corey Norman was suspended for the rest of the regular season by the NRL.


Storm: Marika Koroibete is in doubt with an ankle injury with Young Tonumaipea likely to move from the bench onto the wing. 

Roosters: No changes expected.


Sharks: Cronulla are unlikely to rest their Origin stars despite James Maloney and Paul Gallen getting some time off training.

Knights: Should run out as named, with Dane Gagai back from injury and the injured Robbie Rochow suspended trio Sione Mata'utia, Jake Mamo and Daniel Saifiti all out.


Dragons: Benji Marshall will make his return from a hamstring injury as named.

Wests Tigers: Initially named on the bench, Robbie Farah has been dropped from the first-grade side altogether. Manaia Cherrington has recovered from an ankle injury and is available to join the side, with Jacob Liddle unable to play due to second-tier salary cap restrictions. 


Rabbitohs: Adam Reynolds and Bryson Goodwin are expected to return from injury as named.

Sea Eagles: No changes expected.