Find out who is in and who is out for your team as the season heats up.
Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has played one of his cards up his sleeve by naming playmaker Gareth Widdop as a late inclusion for his side to play South Sydney.
Widdop looked to be lost for the rest of the season after he dislocated his hip, however, after the England star completed his remarkable recovery and played in the Queensland Cup last weekend.
While he might be short of match practice in the NRL, Bellamy did not waste any time in putting him into the halves alongside Cooper Cronk.
Souths will have an unchanged line-up for the blockbuster clash with Jason Clark to play despite suffering a nasty head gash last weekend against the Sydney Roosters.
Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan declared Todd Carney (hamstring), Andrew Fifita (calf) will play despite there being doubts over the pair early in the week.
The Sharks opponent’s the North Queensland Cowboys main concerns has been prop Matt Scott, but his finger injury came through unscathed after Thursday’s training and looks set to start.
In a massive blow for the Manly Sea Eagles, fullback Brett Stewart has been ruled out with his troublesome hamstring strain again rearing its ugly head.
Peta Hiku will move to the back to wear the number one jersey in Stewart’s place while Anthony Watmough (knee) is certain to play.
Newcastle veteran Craig Gower has failed in his bid to prove his fitness in time for his side’s game against the Canterbury Bulldogs.
Gower’s neck complaint did not come up in time to be in the 17, with the rest of the Knights to be as per programme.
Ben Barba will start at fullback for the Dogs with Josh Morris back to his usual centre position which forces Tim Lafai out of the side.
Frank Pritchard and Greg Eastwood (hand) weren’t named, but are possible late inclusions.