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Bryce Cartwright had a tough day at the office in Round 19.

The late team changes, injury news and speculation heading into the fourth round of the Telstra Premiership season.‌

‌Panthers: Bryce Cartwright has been ruled out again after missing last week's game with an ankle injury. Sitaleki Akauola is set to replace Cartwright in the starting side, while either Moses Leota or Tim Browne could join the 17.

Knights: Peter Mata'utia is set to replace Brendan Elliot at fullback, with Sione Mata'utia moving to the centres and Luke Yates coming into the starting pack.

Broncos: No late changes expected for the Broncos.

Raiders: Joe Tapine is some chance of returning from a finger injury this week but no other changes are expected.

Sea Eagles: No late changes expected for Manly, with Martin Taupau and Addin Fonua-Blake returning from suspension.

Bulldogs: No changes expected for the Bulldogs after their win over the Warriors last week.

‌Eels: Kaysa Pritchard is in some doubt with an ankle injury, with Cameron King on standby. Corey Norman will return from his hamstring injury.

Sharks: New signing James Segeyaro is set to drop out of the side after being named on an extended bench this week. Gerard Beale could return to the backline, bumping Kurt Capewell back to the bench.

‌Titans: No changes expected, with new recruits Dale Copley and Daniel Vidot to make their club debuts.

Cowboys: No changes expected, with Gideon Gela-Mosby to make his NRL debut on the wing.

‌Wests Tigers: Andrew Webster takes control of his first game as interim head coach and could make some late changes.

Storm: No late changes expected, with Ryley Jacks starting at five-eighth and Young Tonumaipea on the wing for the injured Suliasi Vunivalu.

‌Dragons: No late changes expected to the same 17 that defeated the Sharks last week.

Warriors: Five-eighth Kieran Foran is likely to start in what would be his first NRL appearance for the Warriors.

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