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It is 8th-place Manly Sea Eagles taking on 6th-place Penrith Panthers in a game in which defeat could result in either missing out on a spot in the NRL finals.
Tension will be high at Lottoland in what is arguably the game of the round. With identical 13-10 records, a win on Saturday will see either side assured of playing in the finals and this one could well go to the wire.
Manly come into the game after a dramatic golden-point victory over New Zealand Warriors last weekend – making it just two wins in the last six games. But they now need to repeat the trick in front of their home fans.
The Panthers missed the chance to book their finals spot last weekend when going down to the St George Illawarra Dragons as a seven-game winning run came to an end, and they could still slip out of the eight.
Penrith have history on their side with five successive victories over Manly, including a 16-8 victory at home in Round 16 earlier this year. They have also won on three of the last four trip to Lottoland.
Manly bring Curtis Sironen back into the second row. Penrith are missing fullback Dylan Edwards due to a knee injury, but Matt Moylan could return having been named on an extended bench.
The final round of the NRL is upon us. Spots are still up for grabs in the finals, Mad Mondays are just around the corner for eight teams and The Roar‘s NRL expert tipping panel are going to tell you everything you need to know and some you don’t about Round 26.
While the ladder isn’t decided, most of the final round feels a little predictable. Three games will have a direct influence on which teams make the eight, with three others determining positions within the top eight.
Those other three games confirm who is going to receive the all-important double chance in the top four.
At the bottom of the eight, the Panthers play the Sea Eagles, the Cowboys will fight for survival against the Broncos and the Dragons must win against the Dogs to qualify.
Manly Sea Eagles: 1. Tom Trbojevic, 2. Matthew Wright, 3. Dylan Walker, 4. Brian Kelly, 5. Akuila Uate, 6. Blake Green, 7. Daly Cherry-Evans, 8. Darcy Lussick, 9. Apisai Koroisau, 10. Martin Taupau, 11. Frank Winterstein, 12. Curtis Sironen, 13. Jake Trbojevic.
Interchange: 14. Lewis Brown, 15. Lloyd Perrett, 16. Brenton Lawrence, 17. Addin Fonua-Blake. Reserves: 18. Shaun Lane, 19. Cameron Cullen, 20. Jarrad Kennedy, 21. Jackson Hastings.
Penrith Panthers: 1. Dean Whare, 2. Josh Mansour, 3. Tyrone Peachey, 4. Waqa Blake, 5. Dallin Watene Zelezniak, 6. Tyrone May, 7. Nathan Cleary, 8. James Tamou, 9. Peter Wallace, 10. Reagan Campbell-Gillard, 11. Corey Harawira-Naera, 12. Isaah Yeo, 13. James Fisher-Harris.
Interchange: 14. Sione Katoa, 15. Bryce Cartwright, 16. Tim Browne, 17. Trent Merrin. Reserves: 18. Moses Leota, 19. Viliame Kikau, 20. Matt Moylan, 21. Jed Cartwright.