The battle for Sydney’s west takes place at ANZ Stadium as the resurgent Canterbury Bulldogs take on the struggling Penrith Panthers.
Where: ANZ Stadium, Sydney
When: 10.30am Saturday 20 June (7.30pm live)
Watch live: Premier Sports
Penrith have had to contend with several injuries, with Brett Kite the latest casualty.
The Panthers need to start winning again and at least they have Jamie Soward back this week.
Tyrone Peachey moves to the bench and Sam Anderson drops back to 19th man.
Nigel Plum also returns on the interchange with Lewis Brown set to start in the back row for 18th man Adam Docker.
The Dogs have turned their 2015 season around in recent weeks with some strong displays.
However, interestingly for this match Des Hasler has not named any of his Origin players.
His forwards do reshuffle though with Sam Kasiano coming into the front row from the bench, Antonio Kaufusi moving to the back row and Greg Eastwood returning to lock.
Herman Ese’ese comes into the team for Shaun Lane on the bench too.
But Hasler could spring some surprises just before kick-off.