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The Storm will be missing Billy Slater for this clash and there are reports Cameron Smith could miss the clash with a pectorial injury despite being named in the No.9 jersey. The Sea Eagles were embarrassed by the Dragons last week and will welcome back key troops in Blake Green and Api Koroisau.
The Storm have won the last two matches against the Sea Eagles including a 30-26 victory at Lottoland earlier this year. Suliasi Vunivalu and Felise Kaufusi both scored doubles in the win.
Melbourne continue to lead the premiership thanks to their 14-4 record. The Storm have the second rated defence and the third ranked attack. The Storm have won six of their last eight and have posted at least 20 points in four of their last five. Melbourne are 5-2 in Melbourne this year. Manly fell to sixth on the ladder following their embarrassing 54-22 loss to St George Illawarra on Sunday. Prior to that the Sea Eagles had won six of their previous seven. The Sea Eagles have scored at least 22 points in four of their last five.
Arguably the biggest rivalry in the NRL over the last decade, Melbourne and Manly clash once more on Sunday at AAMI Park, with both sides needing wins for different reasons.
Competition leaders Melbourne have been rocked by two injuries to their star players, with Billy Slater suffering a nasty concussion against Canberra last week, while skipper Cameron Smith went down with a minor strain to his pectoral.
Slater has been ruled out of the match, but Smith has been named to return after missing the second half of the narrow win over the Raiders. However Smith isn’t certain to take the field, with Slade Griffin named in the squad as backup.
While they are sitting pretty at the top of the table, Melbourne are at risk of being chased down by multiple clubs as the regular season draws to a close, and if the Roosters beat Cowboys and they fail to topple Manly, the Tricolours will draw equal with them on points.
Storm: 1. Cameron Munster 2. Suliasi Vunivalu 3. Will Chambers 4. Curtis Scott 5. Josh Addo-Carr 6. Ryley Jacks 7. Cooper Cronk 8. Jesse Bromwich 9. Cameron Smith (c) 10. Tim Glasby 11. Felise Kaufusi 12. Joe Stimson 13. Dale Finucane.
Interchange: 14. Nelson Asofa-Solomona 15. Kenny Bromwich 16. Nate Myles 17. Mark Nicholls 18. Young Tonumaipea 19. Jahrome Hughes 20. Slade Griffin 21. Jordan McLean.
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. Brenton Lawrence 9. Apisai Koroisau 10. Martin Taupau 11. Frank Winterstein 12. Shaun Lane 13. Jake Trbojevic.
Interchange: 14. Cameron Cullen 15. Lloyd Perrett 16. Lewis Brown 17. Addin Fonua-Blake 18. Darcy Lussick 19. Jarrad Kennedy 20. Brad Parker 21. Jonathan Wright.