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

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 


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