Raiders vs Sharks
Canberra is set to name the same 1-17 after back-to-back wins in the NRL.
The Sharks are preparing to strengthen their side back to almost their best 17, as Josh Morris returns from a week off, while Shaun Johnson has overcome his hamstring issue.
Titans vs Warriors
Gold Coast got a win over the Broncos on Sunday, and are expected to add Bryce Cartwright into the line-up after he missed with the flu.
For the Warriors, they should be able to welcome back Patrick Herbert into the side, as he recovers from a quad injury.
Cowboys vs Tigers
The Cowboys will be without Jordan McLean and Mitchell Dunn, who both featured in their side’s loss to Manly on the weekend.
Mahe Fonua will miss the next 2-4 weeks for the Tigers with an ankle injury, while Benji Marshall will be touch-and-go as he continues to prove his fitness and overcome an eye problem.
Storm vs Knights
The Storm dominated the Warriors on Saturday, and Craig Bellamy won’t have much to change.
Newcastle will welcome back Kalyn Ponga, who was rested for his side’s win over the Rabbitohs last Friday night.
Rabbitohs vs Panthers
Burgess brothers Sam and Tom are both scheduled to miss some time for the Bunnies, with South Sydney set for a reshuffle with their forward pack. Cody Walker will return after resting last Friday, while Alex Johnston and Braidon Burns are a chance to return, although both are less than 50/50 to play.
Penrith are expected to remain 1-17 after a strong win.
Eels vs Broncos
Parramatta will be hoping Clint Gutherson will be cleared to play, and must pass concussion protocols first.
Joe Ofahengaue will miss with a knee laceration once again, while Tom Dearden has also been ruled out. Corey Oates should return to the side, as will Matt Gillett, who was rested last weekend.
Sea Eagles vs Dragons
Both sides look set to make minimal changes, after picking up wins in round 13.
Roosters vs Bulldogs
Sydney will continue to give their Origin stars rest over the rep period, but will welcome two back from a week off as they sit two others. Angus Crichton and Latrell Mitchell will both be named, as Boyd Cordner and James Tedesco sit out.
Dallin Watene-Zelezniak will make his Bulldogs debut on Friday night, after crossing over from the Panthers.