BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 12: Latrell Mitchell of the Roosters walks off the field injured during the round nine NRL match between the Sydney Roosters and the Canberra Raiders at Suncorp Stadium on May 12, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Albert Perez/Getty Images)

Storm v Tigers

Curtis Scott could miss up to three months with a foot injury, after suffering a fractured foot against the Eels. Marion Seve is set to replace him, while Ryan Papenhuyzen will likely play at fullback with Jahrome Hughes set to miss.

Josh Aloiai could return from concussion, which would likely see Oliver Clark moved out of the 17.

Panthers v Warriors

Waqa Blake will return from suspension, while Liam Martin is also available after serving a ban. Hame Sele and Malakai Watene-Zelezniak are both pushing to return from back and rib injuries respectively.

For the Warriors, they’ll look to bring Adam Blair back from suspension, which could spell the end of Ligi Sao’s time in the side.

Broncos v Roosters

Jack Bird will be out for the rest of the season after suffering an ACL injury, although James Roberts seems set to miss out once again and remain in reserve grade.

For the Roosters, Latrell Mitchell (groin), Daniel Tupou (neck) and Boyd Cordner (concussion) all look set to play, despite suffering injuries in Magic Round.

Titans v Bulldogs

Tyrone Roberts is set to return from concussion and slot back into the halves, with AJ Brimson to move to the bench. Shannon Boyd will be named, but will need to pass concussion protocol in order to take the field.

Canterbury could remain unchanged, after they got through their clash with the Knights injury-free.

Cowboys v Eels

North Queensland coach Paul Green could see Enari Tuala replace Tom Opacic, after the centre was a late withdrawal last week. Josh McGuire will also be pushing for a return.

Maika Sivo will miss this clash through suspension, with George Jennings set to replace him. Reed Mahoney should return at hooker after the Eels huge loss to Melbourne.

Raiders v Rabbitohs

Jordan Rapana will miss the next two months with a PCL injury, which will now see the ‘Leipana’ duo both on the sidelines. Bailey Simonsson could replace the speedster.

For the Bunnies, they got through Magic Round unscathed, and look set to field the same 17 in this one.

Dragons v Knights

St George Illawarra should be 1-17, although Jack de Belin’s court case could be resolved this week.

Newcastle will look to play both Edrick Lee and Connor Watson, despite suffering injuries over the weekend. If neither get up, look for Tautau Moga and Mason Lino to replace the pair.

Sharks v Sea Eagles

Matt Prior and Andrew Fifita didn’t run out the game, although both should be named after being cleared of injury. Matt Moylan should return from a hamstring injury, which will see Josh Dugan move back to the wing.

Dylan Walker is now free to play for the Sea Eagles after he was cleared of domestic violence charges in court last week. His inclusion comes at the right time, after Moses Suli suffered a finger injury. Jorge Taufua, Addin Fonua-Blake and Lachlan Croker could all return.

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  1. Ok Daffy🦆, I suppose its dissspicable that Pearce will have another blinder coming into State Of Origin. 💪🎱👍

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