Sport NRL 2020: Predicted team lists for round 10

09:51  13 july  2020
09:51  13 july  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Another weekend, another club hit by an injury to a key player.

Canberra Raiders hooker Josh Hodgson will miss the remainder of the 2020 NRL season, after the Englishman tore his ACL in Saturday night's loss to the Storm.

Bailey Simonsson is also looking at an extended period on the sideline, while Broncos skipper Alex Glenn has succumbed to another injury and is set to miss 6-8 weeks.

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Following an ugly incident on Friday night, both Josh Reynolds and Latrell Mitchell are facing two weeks on the sideline through suspension.

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Manly Sea Eagles superstar Tom Trbojevic is set for a lengthy stint on the sidelines - and he isn't the only casualty heading into round 7 of the 2020 NRL season. Check below for the team lists for round 7. f you want to see how your team lined up last week, you can click here.

NRL .com predicted teams for round three. Nine times out of 10 he just nails that without a call,” Marshall said. “I feel like he will add a lot to our team and he has obviously been in a great system where he knows how to play and he has been under a guy called Cameron Smith, who has probably

Click here to see how your side lined up in round 9.

With some major changes inbound for round 10, check out the predicted team lists for each side below.


Thursday 7.50pm, SCG

Roosters predicted team:

1. James Tedesco

2. Matt Ikuvalu

3. Josh Morris

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NRL .com says: Tommy Talau will push for a starting centre spot soon but he may have to bide his time a little longer. New recruit Joey Leilua will definitely occupy one of the centre berths, with Paul Momirovski likely to partner him after co-captain Moses Mbye suffered a knee injury in the trials.

4. Joseph Manu

5. Brett Morris

6. Luke Keary

7. Kyle Flanagan

8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves

9. Jake Friend

10. Siosiua Taukeiaho

11. Angus Crichton

12. Boyd Cordner

13. Nat Butcher

14. Lachlan Lam

15. Sitili Tupouniua

16. Mitchell Aubusson

17. Lindsay Collins

Jake Friend (concussion) will need to pass HIA protocols to be cleared for Thuesday's clash, but is likely to be named. If he is out, Lachlan Lam is likely to start at hooker with Freddy Lussick coming onto the bench.

Brett Morris (groin) is expected to be fit and will return on the wing. Ryan Hall will likely miss out after Matt Ikuvalu's five-try performance against the Cowboys.

Boyd Cordner (concussion) is expected to return.

Raiders predicted team:

1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad

2. Nick Cotric

3. Jarrod Croker

4. Michael Oldfield

5. Jordan Rapana

6. Jack Wighton

7. George Williams

8. Josh Papalii

9. Siliva Havili

10. Dunamis Lui

11. Hudson Young

12. Elliott Whitehead

13. Joseph Tapine

14. Tom Starling

15. Kai O’Donnell

16. Ryan Sutton

17. Curtis Scott

Major blows for the Raiders, with Josh Hodgson (knee) and Bailey Simonsson (shoulder) both set to miss the remainder of the season.

Siliva Havili will wear the No.9 jumper, with young gun Tom Starling coming on to the bench. Jordan Rapana is expected to return to the starting side on the wing.


Friday 6pm, Suncorp Stadium

Storm predicted team:

1. Ryan Papenhuyzen

2. Suliasi Vunivalu

3. Justin Olam

4. Paul Momirovski

5. Josh Addo-Carr

6. Cameron Munster

7. Jahrome Hughes

8. Nelson Asofa-Solomona

9. Cameron Smith

10. Christian Welch

11. Felise Kaufusi

12. Kenny Bromwich

13. Dale Finucane

14. Brandon Smith

15. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui

16. Tom Eisenhuth

17. Darryn Schonig

Mixed news for the Storm, with Jesse Bromwich (knee) expected to miss two weeks - but they look set to welcome back five-eighth Cameron Munster (knee) in the halves.

Suliasi Vunivalu (hamstring) should be named on the wing but will be racing the clock to be fit.

Felise Kaufusi (knee) is also expected to return after being rested in round 9.

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NRL .com says: Michael Jennings and Waqa Blake are the centres with the versatile Brad Takairangi starting from the bench. Ryan Matterson is a straight I've got a bench of RCG, Alvaro, Evans and Peni Terepo which would be frankly scary for opposition teams but if you wanted more utility value

The official team lists for the 10th round of the 2019 Telstra Premiership season, updated with 19-man squads 24 hours before each match, and final 17s one hour before kick-off. Round 10 team lists . Storm v Wests Tigers, Thursday 7.50pm at AAMI Park.

Titans predicted team:

1. Corey Thompson

2. Anthony Don

3. Beau Fermor

4. Bryce Cartwright

5. Treymain Spry

6. Ashley Taylor

7. Jamal Fogarty

8. Moeaki Fotuaika

9. Erin Clark

10. Jaimin Jolliffe

11. Sam Stone

12. Tyrone Peachey

13. Jai Arrow

14. Tanah Boyd

15. Sam Lisone

16. Jarrod Wallace

17. Jai Whitbread

Keegan Hipgrave (shoulder) came off towards the end of the Titans game in round 9, and is expected to miss this week.

Ash Taylor (concussion) will be monitored during the week but should be fit to play.

Kevin Proctor (bicep) is a chance of returning to the side.


Friday 7.55pm, Leichhardt Oval

Tigers predicted team:

1. Adam Doueihi

2. David Nofoaluma

3. Chris Lawrence

4. Moses Mbye

5. Tommy Talau

6. Benji Marshall

7. Luke Brooks

8. Josh Aloiai

9. Harry Grant

10. Oliver Clark

11. Luke Garner

12. Luciano Leilua

13. Matt Eisenhuth

14. Elijah Taylor

15. Thomas Mikaele

16. Sam McIntyre

17. Michael Chee-Kam

Josh Reynolds (suspension) will miss the next fortnight after kicking Souths centre Campbell Graham in the head last Friday night.

His absence opens the door for Benji Marshall to return to the starting side.

Sam McIntrye (concussion) was a late ommission against the Rabbitohs, and should return on the bench this week.

Broncos predicted team:

1. Tesi Niu

2. Jamayne Isaako

3. Kotoni Staggs

4. Darius Boyd

5. Xavier Coates

6. Anthony Milford

7. Brodie Croft

8. Tevita Pangai Jr

9. Issac Luke

10. Payne Haas

11. Ben Te'o

12. Corey Oates

13. Patrick Carrigan

14. Cory Paix

15. Matt Lodge

16. Jamil Hopoate

17. Thomas Flegler

Huge boost for the Broncos, with gun centre Kotoni Staggs (hamstring) set to return to the side.

Alex Glenn (knee) is set to miss the next 6-8 weeks, which likely sees Ben Te'o come into the starting lineup.

Matt Lodge (knee) should come onto the bench, with Tevita Pangai Jr impressing in the front row last weekend.


Saturday 3pm, WIN Stadium

Dragons predicted team:

1. Matthew Dufty

2. Jason Saab

3. Euan Aitken

4. Zac Lomax

5. Mikaele Ravalawa

6. Corey Norman

7. Adam Clune

8. Blake Lawrie

9. Ben Hunt

10. Paul Vaughan

11. Tyson Frizell

12. Tariq Sims

13. Cameron McInnes

14. Trent Merrin

15. Josh Kerr

16. Tyrell Fuimaono

17. Jackson Ford

Jordan Pereira (suspension) is set for another stint on the sidelines, with Jason Saab the man to replace him on the wing.

No other changes expected to the Dragons side after an impressive win over Manly on Sunday night.

Bulldogs predicted team:

1. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak

2. Nick Meaney

3. Kerrod Holland

4. Marcelo Montoya

5. Christian Crichton

6. Kieran Foran

7. Brandon Wakeham

8. Aiden Tolman

9. Jeremy Marshall-King

10. Dylan Napa

11. Josh Jackson

12. Raymond Faitala-Mariner

13. Luke Thompson

14. Sione Katoa

15. Renouf To'omaga

16. Sauaso Sue

17. Ofahiki Ogden

Reimis Smith (suspension) is set to miss this weekend's game after a dangerous tackle on Alex Glenn in round 9.

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His replacement in Jake Averillo (isolation) won't be able to play after a COVID-19 scare.


Saturday 5.30pm, Bankwest Stadium

Rabbitohs predicted team:

1. Alex Johnston

2. Dane Gagai

3. Campbell Graham

4. James Roberts

5. Corey Allan

6. Cody Walker

7. Adam Reynolds

8. Tevita Tatola

9. Damien Cook

10. Thomas Burgess

11. Jaydn Su’a

12. Ethan Lowe

13. Cameron Murray

14. Bailey Sironen

15. Patrick Mago

16. Hame Sele

17. Mark Nicholls

Latrell Mitchell (suspension) is set to miss two games after a 'dog shot' on Josh Reynolds on Friday night. Alex Johnston will move to fullback, with Corey Allan on the wing.

Liam Knight (ankle) is set to miss 2-3 weeks, while Mark Nicholls will fight a crusher tackle charge at the judiciary. If he is unsuccessful, Keaon Koloamatangi will come onto the bench.

Knights predicted team:

1. Kalyn Ponga

2. Hymel Hunt

3. Enari Tuala

4. Bradman Best

5. Tautau Moga

6. Kurt Mann

7. Mitchell Pearce

8. David Klemmer

9. Andrew McCullough

10. Jacob Saifiti

11. Lachlan Fitzgibbon

12. Sione Mata'utia

13. Herman Ese'ese

14. Tex Hoy

15. Tim Glasby

16. Pasami Saulo

17. Aidan Guerra

Daniel Saifiti (knee) is set to miss a couple of games, and will be replaced in the starting side by his brother Jacob.

Tim Glasby and Sione Mata'utia (concussion - both) are set to return to the side, while Connor Watson could be a late inclusion.


Saturday 7.35pm, Brookvale Oval

Sea Eagles predicted team:

1. Brendan Elliot

2. Jorge Taufua

3. Brad Parker

4. Moses Suli

5. Reuben Garrick

6. Cade Cust

7. Daly Cherry-Evans

8. Morgan Boyle

9. Danny Levi

10. Martin Taupau

11. Joel Thompson

12. Curtis Sironen

13. Jake Trbojevic

14. Lachlan Croker

15. Taniela Paseka

16. Jack Gosiewski

17. Sean Keppie

No initial changes expected, but Des Hasler may be tempted to shuffle his backline after the 34-4 loss to the Dragons.

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Eels predicted team:

1. Clinton Gutherson

2. Maika Sivo

3. Michael Jennings

4. Waqa Blake

5. Blake Ferguson

6. Dylan Brown

7. Jai Field

8. Reagan Campbell-Gillard

9. Reed Mahoney

10. Junior Paulo

11. Shaun Lane

12. Ryan Matterson

13. Nathan Brown

14. David Gower

15. Stefano Utoikamanu

16. Marata Niukore

17. Brad Takairangi

Stefano Utoikamanu could be forced to self-isolate after a COVID-19 breach on Sunday afternoon.

Mitchell Moses (calf) is expected to be named in the extended squad, and could push for a return.


Sunday 2pm, Central Coast Stadium

Warriors predicted team:

1. Roger Tuivasa Sheck

2. David Fusitu'a

3. Patrick Herbert

4. Peta Hiku

5. Ken Maumalo

6. Kodi Nikorima

7. Blake Green

8. Jamayne Taunoa-Brown

9. Wayde Egan

10. Adam Blair

11. Jack Murchie

12. Eliesa Katoa

13. Tohu Harris

14. Agnatius Paasi

15. Jack Hetherington

16. Isaiah Papali'i

17. Jazz Tevaga

Eliesa Katoa (ankle) and Kodi Nikorima (concussion) are both expected to return to the side.

Sharks predicted team:

1. Josh Dugan

2. Sione Katoa

3. Bryson Goodwin

4. Jesse Ramien

5. Ronaldo Mulitalo

6. Shaun Johnson

7. Chad Townsend

8. Braden Hamlin-Uele

9. Blayke Brailey

10. Aaron Woods

11. Briton Nikora

12. Wade Graham

13. Jack Williams

14. Toby Rudolf

15. Siosifa Talakai

16. Royce Hunt

17. Scott Sorensen

Andrew Fifita (hamstring) is set to miss at least a couple of weeks. Braden Hamlin-Uele will start, with Scott Sorensen likely to come on to the bench.

Ronaldo Mulitalo (knee) was a late ommission against the Panthers, but should return on the wing here. Nene Macdonald will miss out after making his club debut in round 10.


Sunday 4.05pm, Panthers Stadium

Panthers predicted team:

1. Dylan Edwards

2. Josh Mansour

3. Dean Whare

4. Stephen Crichton

5. Brent Naden

6. Jarome Luai

7. Nathan Cleary

8. James Tamou

9. Apisai Koroisau

10. James Fisher-Harris

11. Viliame Kikau

12. Liam Martin

13. Isaah Yeo

14. Tyrone May

15. Moses Leota

16. Billy Burns

17. Spencer Leniu

Dean Whare (toe) is expected to return, which could see rookie Charlie Staines drop out of the side despite an impressive debut.

Cowboys predicted team:

1. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow

2. Kyle Feldt

3. Connelly Leumelu

4. Esan Marsters

5. Ben Hampton

6. Scott Drinkwater

7. Jake Clifford

8. Josh McGuire

9. Reece Robson

10. Francis Molo

11. Shane Wright

12. Coen Hess

13. Jason Taumalolo

14. Tom Opacic

15. Tom Gilbert

16. Peter Hola

17. Shane Wright

Valentine Holmes (ankle) is set for another stint on the sidelines, with Ben Hampton likely to replace him on the wing as he did on Thursday night.

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