CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - MAY 05: Kevin Proctor of the Titans heads to the line to score during the round nine NRL match between the Canberra Raiders and the Gold Coast Titans at GIO Stadium on May 5, 2018 in Canberra, Australia. (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

Broncos v Eels

After a hit from Dylan Napa saw Korbin Sims concussed and needing surgery to repair a broken jaw, Sims will not be available for the Broncos this Thursday night. Payne Haas and Jack Bird will both still be on the sidelines, although Jordan Kahu could return from his own broken jaw injury.

For the Eels, Beau Scott will miss the rest of the season after rupturing his ACL last weekend. Jarryd Hayne, Nathan Brown and Kane Evans are closing in on a return to the NRL, although Tim Mannah won't be ready for selection this weekend.

Raiders v Sea Eagles

Joseph Tapine will miss the next two matches after the Raiders took the early plea on his shoulder charge suspension from the judiciary. Sam Williams is a chance to play, while Craig Garvey and Michael Oldfield are also a chance.

The Sea Eagles have lost Dylan Walker for six weeks after he suffered a fractured eye socket after being punched by Melbourne's Curtis Scott last Saturday night. Trent Hodkinson could build on his debut last week with a spot in the starting line-up, while Jack Gosiewski could return from a hand injury this week.

Cowboys v Storm

If Matt Scott is unfit to play, Francis Molo could take his spot in the front row, while stars Lachlan Coote and Ethan Lowe could also be selected.

Cameron Smith will return from a one-week suspension, although they'll lose Curtis Scott for two matches after he punched Dylan Walker. Sam Kasiano is free to play after his suspension layoff, while Jesse Bromwich could return a little early from his latest injury setback.

Roosters v Titans

The Roosters should enter their clash with the Titans unchanged, given there were no injury worries from their loss to the Broncos last week.

Kevin Proctor should return for the Gold Coast after missing last week with a groin injury, with Bryce Cartwright the likely player to make way.

Warriors v Rabbitohs

Roger Tuivasa-Sheck is ready to come back into the side after his fiancè gave birth to their first child, which could see Peta Hiku forced out of the starting line-up.

Sam Burgess and Alex Johnston are both in doubt for round 12, with the pair needing to prove their fitness to coach Anthony Seibold before being selected.

South Sydney could see the returns of Richie Kennar, Tyrell Fuimaono and Robert Jennings from injury.

Panthers v Dragons

After returning from injury unscathed, Nathan Cleary will once again line up for the Panthers this weekend, although Peter Wallace is still one week away.

James Graham is the only injury concern for the table-toppers, after struggling through last weekend's win over Canberra with a back injury. He will be assessed during the week in the hope he can take his place against Penrith.

Knights v Sharks

Jacob Saifiti is set to miss three months after fracturing his left shoulder, while Brock Lamb could miss one month with a fractured cheekbone. Chris Heighington and Jack Cogger could come in for the injured duo.

For Cronulla, Luke Lewis is on track to return from injury against Newcastle, while Wade Graham is still one week away from recovering from a hamstring problem.

Tigers v Bulldogs

Josh Reynolds is ready to return from a shoulder injury. Kevin Naiqama has missed the past two games and it's still unsure whether he'll be selected against the Bulldogs.

Josh Morris will miss after suffering a knee injury last weekend, although forward Raymond Faitala-Mariner should return to the side after recovering from a knee injury. Canterbury will also be buoyed by the availability of Michael Lichaa, Greg Eastwood and John Olive.

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