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On top of NSW stadiums returning to 100% capacity in round four, fans can get two games for less than the price of one at the double-header in Kogarah on Saturday night.

Due to this week's COVID-19 lockdown in Queensland, the Sharks-Cowboys game which was meant to be played on the Sunshine Coast and the Titans-Raiders fixture on the Gold Coast will be played as a double header on Saturday at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.

The NRL has announced tickets for the double-header will start from $15 for adult general admission and Sharks members will be allowed free entry.

Manly kicked off the round on Thursday night at home to Penrith, but unfortunately for them, the home-ground advantage could not get them over the line for the first time in 2021 against the in-form Panthers, who romped to a 46-6 triumph.

Canterbury went down to South Sydney in their traditional Good Friday blockbuster at Stadium Australia before the Storm got the better of Brisbane at AAMI Park later in the evening.

There were fears earlier in the week that the Storm would not be able to host Brisbane in Melbourne but the Broncos flew in and out on a charter flight under strict biosecurity rules - similar to last season - while in the Victorian capital.

Sunday's games - Knights v Dragons in Newcastle and Roosters v Warriors at the SCG - will go ahead as originally scheduled with the Easter round culminating with the Wests Tigers and Parramatta locking horns in  KFC Monday Football from 4pm on the public holiday at Stadium Australia.

To get your tickets for any Telstra Premiership match in round four, head to NRL Tickets.