The Bulldogs arrive at CommBank Stadium on an absolute high having dismantled arch-rivals Parramatta on Sunday in the upset of the season.
With Matt Burton and Josh Addo-Carr running amok out wide and Tevita Pangai jnr on a mission in the middle, the Bulldogs stormed to their third win of the season and gave hope for better things to come in the run home.
Interim coach Mick Potter has had his first taste of success after four games at the helm while his counterpart Brett Kimmorley will look to open his account in his second game at the helm.
The Tigers have lost five of their past six and conceded 180 points in the process so a defensive reset is required if they are to contain a Bulldogs side brimming with confidence.
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Bulldogs: Corey Waddell comes into the starting side with Raymond Faitala-Mariner set to come off the bench. Chris Patolo will miss the match after suffering a head knock in the win over Parramatta so Kurtis Morrin joins the bench for his NRL debut. Englishman Luke Thompson remains sidelined as he struggles with the effects of concussion while Ava Seumanufagai has not been named after withdrawing from Monday's game with a calf injury.
Wests Tigers: Alex Twal will start at prop with captain James Tamou moving to the bench. Adam Doueihi makes his long awaited return from a knee reconstruction on the interchange bench in a huge boost for the Tigers. Asu Kepaoa takes the place of the suspended Brent Naden in the centres.
Fullback for Bulldogs is number 1 Jake AverilloFullback for Wests Tigers is number 1 Daine Laurie
Winger for Bulldogs is number 2 Jacob KirazWinger for Wests Tigers is number 2 David Nofoaluma
Centre for Bulldogs is number 3 Aaron SchouppCentre for Wests Tigers is number 3 Starford To'a
Centre for Bulldogs is number 4 Corey AllanCentre for Wests Tigers is number 4 Asu Kepaoa
Winger for Bulldogs is number 5 Josh Addo-CarrWinger for Wests Tigers is number 5 Ken Maumalo
Five-Eighth for Bulldogs is number 6 Matt BurtonFive-Eighth for Wests Tigers is number 6 Luke Brooks
Halfback for Bulldogs is number 7 Kyle FlanaganHalfback for Wests Tigers is number 7 Jackson Hastings
Prop for Bulldogs is number 8 Max KingProp for Wests Tigers is number 10 Zane Musgrove
Hooker for Bulldogs is number 9 Jeremy Marshall-KingHooker for Wests Tigers is number 9 Jacob Liddle
Prop for Bulldogs is number 10 Paul VaughanProp for Wests Tigers is number 15 Alex Twal
2nd Row for Bulldogs is number 11 Josh Jackson2nd Row for Wests Tigers is number 11 Luke Garner
2nd Row for Bulldogs is number 15 Corey Waddell2nd Row for Wests Tigers is number 12 Kelma Tuilagi
Lock for Bulldogs is number 13 Tevita Pangai JuniorLock for Wests Tigers is number 13 Joe Ofahengaue
Interchange for Bulldogs is number 12 Raymond Faitala-MarinerInterchange for Wests Tigers is number 8 James Tamou
Interchange for Bulldogs is number 14 Zach Dockar-ClayInterchange for Wests Tigers is number 14 Fa'amanu Brown
Interchange for Bulldogs is number 16 Joe StimsonInterchange for Wests Tigers is number 16 Adam Doueihi
Interchange for Bulldogs is number 17 Kurtis MorrinInterchange for Wests Tigers is number 17 Alex Seyfarth
Replacement for Bulldogs is number 21 Jayden TannerReplacement for Wests Tigers is number 21 Junior Tupou
- Referee: Ben Cummins
- Touch Judge: Wyatt Raymond
- Touch Judge: Darian Furner
- Senior Review Official: Adam Gee
Matt Burton v Luke Brooks: The Bulldogs haven't had a lot to smile about this season but the form of their No.6 has been a massive positive. Burton's kicking game was on song at Accor Stadium on Sunday as he set up tries with pinpioint grubbers and cross field kicks and tormented Parra's back three with his trademark spiral bombs. Brooks continues to try hard in tandem with Jackson Hastings but he needs his pack to get on the front foot and lay a platform if he's to add to his tally of five try assists and spark a Tigers revival.
Sunday's stunning upset of the Eels was just the third time in the past four years that the Bulldogs have scored 30 points or more. In round 25, 2019 they beat the Broncos 30-14 and in round 25 last year they piled on 38 points in a shutout of Wests Tigers.
Match: Bulldogs v Wests Tigers
Round 15 -
Venue: CommBank Stadium, Sydney