The official 21-man squads for the 4 clubs taking part in this week's semi-finals, updated with 19-man line-ups 24 hours before each game and with the final 17-man sides one hour before kick-off.

Finals Week 2 team lists

Rabbitohs v Sea Eagles, Friday 7.50pm at ANZ Stadium

Team Lists

Backs

  • Fullback for Rabbitohs is number 1 Adam Doueihi
    Fullback for Sea Eagles is number 1 Brendan Elliot
  • Winger for Rabbitohs is number 2 Alex Johnston
    Winger for Sea Eagles is number 2 Jorge Taufua
  • Centre for Rabbitohs is number 3 James Roberts
    Centre for Sea Eagles is number 3 Brad Parker
  • Centre for Rabbitohs is number 4 Dane Gagai
    Centre for Sea Eagles is number 4 Moses Suli
  • Winger for Rabbitohs is number 5 Campbell Graham
    Winger for Sea Eagles is number 5 Reuben Garrick
  • Five-Eighth for Rabbitohs is number 6 Cody Walker
    Five-Eighth for Sea Eagles is number 6 Dylan Walker
  • Halfback for Rabbitohs is number 7 Adam Reynolds
    Halfback for Sea Eagles is number 7 Daly Cherry-Evans

Forwards

  • Prop for Rabbitohs is number 8 Thomas Burgess
    Prop for Sea Eagles is number 8 Addin Fonua-Blake
  • Hooker for Rabbitohs is number 9 Damien Cook
    Hooker for Sea Eagles is number 9 Apisai Koroisau
  • Prop for Rabbitohs is number 10 Liam Knight
    Prop for Sea Eagles is number 10 Martin Taupau
  • 2nd Row for Rabbitohs is number 11 John Sutton
    2nd Row for Sea Eagles is number 11 Corey Waddell
  • 2nd Row for Rabbitohs is number 12 Sam Burgess
    2nd Row for Sea Eagles is number 12 Jack Gosiewski
  • Lock for Rabbitohs is number 13 Cameron Murray
    Lock for Sea Eagles is number 13 Jake Trbojevic

Interchange

  • Interchange for Rabbitohs is number 14 George Burgess
    Interchange for Sea Eagles is number 14 Manase Fainu
  • Interchange for Rabbitohs is number 15 Mark Nicholls
    Interchange for Sea Eagles is number 15 Haumole Olakau'atu
  • Interchange for Rabbitohs is number 16 Tevita Tatola
    Interchange for Sea Eagles is number 16 Sean Keppie
  • Interchange for Rabbitohs is number 17 Ethan Lowe
    Interchange for Sea Eagles is number 17 Lloyd Perrett

Rabbitohs: The return of captain Sam Burgess (suspension) and centre Dane Gagai (hamstring) is a huge boost for the Bunnies who will run out 1-17 as named. Burgess has been named in the second row at the expense of Jaydn Su'A while Gagai's return sees Campbell Graham go to the wing and Corey Allan drop out. Tom Burgess has been named to start after coming off the bench last week and he swaps with brother George, who goes to the interchange. Kyle Turner and Dean Britt were the first two cuts from the extended squad on Thursday. Su'A and Allan were omitted an hour before kick-off.

Sea Eagles: Des Hasler's men are 1-17 with Martin Taupau back on board after a week's suspension and starting alongside Addin Fonua-Blake in the front row. Sean Keppie drops back to the bench while Toafofoa Sipley is out of the side. Tony Williams and Tevita Funa were the first two omitted from the squad 24 hours before kick-off while Lachlan Croker and Toafofoa Sipley were the final cuts an hour before game time. The Sea Eagles have lost their past nine games at ANZ Stadium.

Match: Rabbitohs v Sea Eagles

Finals Week 2 -

Full Time
Rabbitohs

Home Team

Rabbitohs

Scored 34 points
Sea Eagles

Away Team

Sea Eagles

Scored 26 points

Venue: ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Match broadcasters:

  • Nine Network
  • Foxtel
  • LIVE PASS

Storm v Eels, Saturday 7.50pm at AAMI Park

Team Lists

Backs

  • Fullback for Storm is number 1 Ryan Papenhuyzen
    Fullback for Eels is number 1 Clinton Gutherson
  • Winger for Storm is number 2 Suliasi Vunivalu
    Winger for Eels is number 2 Maika Sivo
  • Centre for Storm is number 18 Curtis Scott
    Centre for Eels is number 3 Michael Jennings
  • Centre for Storm is number 4 Justin Olam
    Centre for Eels is number 4 Waqa Blake
  • Winger for Storm is number 5 Josh Addo-Carr
    Winger for Eels is number 5 Blake Ferguson
  • Five-Eighth for Storm is number 6 Cameron Munster
    Five-Eighth for Eels is number 6 Dylan Brown
  • Halfback for Storm is number 7 Jahrome Hughes
    Halfback for Eels is number 7 Mitchell Moses

Forwards

  • Prop for Storm is number 8 Jesse Bromwich
    Prop for Eels is number 8 Kane Evans
  • Hooker for Storm is number 9 Cameron Smith
    Hooker for Eels is number 9 Reed Mahoney
  • Prop for Storm is number 10 Nelson Asofa-Solomona
    Prop for Eels is number 10 Junior Paulo
  • 2nd Row for Storm is number 11 Felise Kaufusi
    2nd Row for Eels is number 11 Shaun Lane
  • 2nd Row for Storm is number 12 Kenneath Bromwich
    2nd Row for Eels is number 12 Manu Ma'u
  • Lock for Storm is number 13 Dale Finucane
    Lock for Eels is number 13 Nathan Brown

Interchange

  • Interchange for Storm is number 3 Will Chambers
    Interchange for Eels is number 14 Brad Takairangi
  • Interchange for Storm is number 14 Brandon Smith
    Interchange for Eels is number 15 Daniel Alvaro
  • Interchange for Storm is number 15 Tui Kamikamica
    Interchange for Eels is number 16 Tepai Moeroa
  • Interchange for Storm is number 16 Max King
    Interchange for Eels is number 17 Marata Niukore

Storm: A late switch for the Storm with Curtis Scott elevated to the starting side in the centres and Will Chambers gong to the bench. Joe Stimson will play for the Falcons in the Intrust Super Cup preliminary final. Tom Eisenhuth and Brodie Croft were the last two omitted an hour before kick-off. The Storm have won seven of their past nine games against the Eels. 

Eels: No changes to the 17 named onTuesday, with Parramatta boasting a clean bill of health which is a massive bonus at this time of the season. Winger Maika Sivo has scored six tries in his past three games. Jaemon Salmon and Josh Hoffman were omitted in the first squad cuts the day before the game. Ray Stone and Peni Terepo made way an hour before kick-off.

Match: Storm v Eels

Finals Week 2 -

Full Time
Storm

Home Team

Storm

Scored 32 points
Eels

Away Team

Eels

Scored 0 points

Venue: AAMI Park, Melbourne

Match broadcasters:

  • Nine Network
  • Foxtel
  • LIVE PASS

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