Dallin Watene-Zelezniak celebrates his try for Penrith against the Titans on Sunday.

Friday late mail: Round 2

The latest injury news and rumoured team changes heading into the second round of the 2017 Telstra Premiership.

Official NRL team lists

‌Warriors: Simon Mannering (neck), Issac Luke (ribs) and Charlie Gubb (concussion) are set to play despite suffering slight injuries last week.

Storm: Expected to play as named, with Tim Glasby replacing the injured Jesse Bromwich in the front row.

‌Broncos: Alex Glenn is expected to take his place on the interchange after suffering a head knock in Round 1.

Cowboys: Winger Antonio Winterstein is expected to return from an ankle injury after he was replaced in the 17 by Javid Bowen in Round 1.

‌Knights: Brendan Elliot comes into the side at fullback for the injured Dylan Phythian (ACL). No other changes are expected for the Knights.

Titans updated: Rookie Tyronne Roberts-Davis is set to make his NRL debut for injured winger William Zillman. Zillman has been omitted from the Titans' 19-man squad, with Roberts-Davis promoted to the starting side.

‌Sea Eagles: The Sea Eagles' forwards depth will be tested with Martin Taupau and Addin Fonua-Blake both suspended for two weeks and Lloyd Perrett out with an eye-socket injury. No late changes expected.

Rabbitohs: Adam Reynolds is pushing to make an early return from appendicitis at halfback, with Luke Kelly set to drop out of the side if the first-choice halfback can prove his fitness. Robert Jennings has been named in the reserves and could come in for centre Hymel Hunt who suffered a head knock last week.

R‌aiders: Expected to be 1-17 with fullback Jack Wighton returning from illness and prop Junior Paulo back from suspension.

Sharks updated: Fullback Gerard Beale has been a late withdrawal with a hamstring injury. Centre Jack Bird could move to fullback.

‌Wests Tigers: Some minor concerns over winger Moses Suli (cramps) and lock Elijah Taylor (ear), but both are expected to play in an unchanged line-up.

Panthers: Dallin Watene-Zelezniak is a chance of making an early return from a foot injury and play on the wing in place of Dylan Edwards. Bryce Cartwright is expected to take his place in the starting side.

‌Dragons: Coach Paul McGregor will keep the same 17 after his side's impressive Round 1 win over the Panthers.

Eels: No changes expected to the starting 13, but David Gower is pushing for a spot on the interchange bench.

Official NRl team lists