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Sport NRL Round 20 teams: Storm, Panthers and Raiders rest stars, but Roosters bulk up

19:46  22 september  2020
19:46  22 september  2020 Source:   theroar.com.au

NRL 2020: Round 19 team lists

  NRL 2020: Round 19 team lists After the round 18 games, the top eight is finally set in stone and now it's all about building momentum into the finals series. Cronulla's win over the Warriors on Sunday night secured their spot in the playoffs, with Todd Payten's side missing out and everyone else too far behind. Newcastle were taught a huge lesson by the reigning premiers on Saturday night, while the Storm and Panthers continued their winning ways.

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Check out all the action as the Canberra Raiders head south to take on the Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park in Round 20 of the NRL . NRL on Nine is the home of

The NRL Round 20 teams have been revealed.

There’s a difference in tactics at the top of the NRL ladder, with the Penrith Panthers, Melbourne Storm and Canberra Raiders all electing to rest several stars ahead of their final home-and-away matches, whereas the Parramatta Eels go in relatively unchanged and the Sydney Roosters have brought in reinforcements.

The Chooks will welcome back James Tedesco, Boyd Cordner and Jake Friend ahead of their Friday night clash with archrivals South Sydney, in stark contrast to some of their fellow top four sides.

The NRL’s top eight is set, but the Roosters, Penrith Panthers and Melbourne Storm are heavy favourites

  The NRL’s top eight is set, but the Roosters, Penrith Panthers and Melbourne Storm are heavy favourites Now the top eight is sorted, attention turns to who's going to win the NRL competition — and three teams are a cut above the rest, writes Luke Lewis.Looking at the eight, there are probably three or maybe four teams that can really stake their claims for winning the competition, with another two an outside chance.

NRL Finals teams : Storm boosted by return of Cameron Munster. One of the biggest club’s in the NRL will welcome back a star of the game to the line- up as A spot in the NRL decider is on the line this weekend when the final four teams battle it out. The Storm and Raiders will kick things off in a Friday

The Panthers will have learned lessons after squandering a 10-0 lead against the undefeated Eels, while Melbourne look dangerous having adjusted to the new six-again rule. The Storm have been a bogey team for Penrith, beating them in 18 of their past 20 meetings dating back to 2006.

The Storm have given Cameron Munster, Josh Addo-Carr, Jahrome Hughes, Suliasi Vunivalu, Justin Olam and Brenko Lee the week off, the Raiders have afforded the same courtesy to Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Jack Wighton, George Williams, Jarrod Croker and Jordan Rapana, while the Panthers will rest Dylan Edwards, Villame Kikau and Stephen Crichton.

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Brisbane Broncos vs North Queensland Cowboys

Thursday, 7:50pm at Suncorp Stadium

Broncos

1. Darius Boyd, 2. Xavier Coates, 3. Jesse Arthars, 4. Herbie Farnworth, 5. Richard Kennar, 6. Kotoni Staggs, 7. Tom Dearden, 8. Joe Ofahengaue, 9. Isaac Luke, 10. Payne Haas, 11. Jordan Riki, 12. Alex Glenn, 13. Patrick Carrigan

Bench/Reserves: 14. Cory Paix, 15. Ben Te’o, 16. Corey Oates, 17. Jamil Hopoate, 18. Rhys Kennedy, 19. Ethan Bullemor, 20. Sean O’Sullivan, 21. Brodie Croft

Final chance for Broncos to avoid wooden spoon in Queensland derby mockbuster

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Cowboys

1. Valentine Holmes, 2. Kyle Feldt, 3. Murray Taulagi, 4. Daejarn Asi, 5. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, 6. Scott Drinkwater, 7. Jake Clifford, 8. Josh McGuire, 9. Gavin Cooper, 10. Jordan McLEan, 11. Gavin Cooper, 12. Mitchell Dunn, 13. Jason Taumalolo

Bench/Reserves: 14. John Asiata, 15. Tom Gilbert, 16. Corey Jensen, 17. Francis Molo, 18. Emry Pere, 19. Jake Graville, 20. Ben Condon, 21. Justin O’Neill

Gold Coast Titans vs Newcastle Knights

Friday, 6pm at Cbus Super Stadium

Titans

1. AJ Brimson, 2. Anthony Don, 3. Brian Kelly, 4. Young Tonumaipea, 5. Treymain Spry, 6. Ashley Taylor, 7. Jamal Fogarty, 8. Jarrod Wallace, 9. Mitch Rein, 10. Moeaki Fotuaika, 11. Kevin Proctor, 12. Sam Stone, 13. Tyrone Peachey

Bench/Reserves: 14. Tanah Boyd, 15. Sam Lisone, 16. Jai Arrow, 17. Jai Whitbread, 18. Darius Farmer, 19. Corey Thompson, 20. Phillip Sami, 21. Nathan Peats

Knights

1. Kalyn Ponga, 2. Edrick Lee, 3. Enari Tuala, 4. Bradman Best, 5. Hymel Hunt, 6. Mason Lino, 7. Mitchell Pearce, 8. David Klemmer, 9. Kurt Mann, 10. Daniel Saifiti, 11. Sione Mata’utia, 12. Aidan Guerra, 13. Mitchell Barnett

NRL 2020: Round 20 team lists

  NRL 2020: Round 20 team lists It's the final week of the regular season, with plenty of moving parts in the top eight yet to be decided - as well as the battle for the dreaded wooden spoon. The struggling Broncos must win and hope Canterbury lose to avoid finishing 16th, while the battle for 4th spot will be decided between Eels and Raiders following their results. Tom Trbojevic injured his shoulder in his return from a hamstring injury and will be sidelined, while there are question marks over whether or not Boyd Cordner will return for the Roosters.

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The race for the NRL premiership this year is between the Panthers , Storm and Roosters , but a Plus, they'll come up against a team in the grand final qualifier with a lot of game time under their While the well- rested Storm are taking on the out-of-form Eels, the Panthers and Roosters are set

Bench/Reserves: 14. Chris Randall, 15. Jacob Saifiti, 16. Herman Ese’se, 17. Brodie Jones, 18. Josh King, 19. Gehamat Shibasaki, 20. Starford To’a, 21. Jirah Momoisea

South Sydney Rabbitohs vs Sydney Roosters

Friday, 7:55pm at ANZ Stadium

Rabbitohs

1. Corey Allan, 2. Alex Johnston, 3. Campbell Graham, 4. Dane Gagai, 5. Jaxson Paulo, 6. Cody Walker, 7. Adam Reynolds, 8. Liam Knight, 9. Damien Cook, 10. Tom Burgess, 11. Jed Cartwright, 12. Bayley Sironen, 13. Cameron Murray

Bench/Reserves: 14. Mark Nicholls, 15. Hame Sele, 16. Patrick Mago, 17. Keaon Koloamatangi, 18. Tevita Tavola, 19. Jack Johns, 20. Troy Dargan, 21. Cory Denniss

Roosters

1. James Tedesco, 2. Daniel Tupou, 3. Josh Morris, 4. Mitchell Aubusson, 5. Brett Morris, 6. Luke Keary, 7. Kyle Flanagan, 8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, 9. Jake Friend, 10. Sio Siua Taukeiaho, 11. Boyd Cordner, 12. Sitili Tupouniua, 13. Angus Crichton

Bench/Reserves: 14. Lachlan Lam, 15. Poasa Faamausili, 16. Nat Butcher, 17. Sonny Bill Williams, 18. Matt Ikuvalu, 19. Daniel Fifita, 20. Freddy Lussick, 21. Ryan Hall

Canterbury Bulldogs vs Penrith Panthers

Saturday, 3pm at ANZ Stadium

Bulldogs

1. Will Hopoate, 2. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, 3. Reimis Smith, 4. Tim Lafai, 5. Jayden Okunbor, 6. Jake Averillo, 7. Lachlan Lewis, 8. Aiden Tolman, 9. Jeremy Marshall-King, 10. Luke Thompson, 11. Chris Smith, 12. Raymond Faitala-Mariner, 13. Josh Jackson

Former NRL bad boy Todd Carney opens up about 'bubbler' incident

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Bench/Reserves: 14. Brandon Wakeham, 15. Renouf To’omaga, 16. Sione Katoa, 17. Sauaso Sue, 19. Dean Britt, 20. Jack Cogger, 21. Tuipuoltu Katoa, 22. Kerrod Holland

Panthers

1. Daine Laurie, 2. Josh Mansour, 3. Tyrone May, 4. Brent Naden, 5. Brian To’o, 6. Jarome Luai, 7. Nathan Cleary, 8. James Tamou, 9. Apisai Koroisau, 10. James Fisher-Harris, 11. Kurt Capewell, 12. Liam Martin, 13. Isaah Yeo

Bench/Reserves: 14. Matt Burton, 15. Spencer Leniu, 16. Moses Leota, 17. Zane Tetevano, 18. Mitch Kenny, 19. Dean Whare, 20. Jack Hetherington, 21. Billy Burns

Cronulla Sharks vs Canberra Raiders

Saturday, 5:30pm at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium

Sharks

1. Will Kennedy, 2. Nene Macdonald, 3. Mawene Hiroti, 4. Jesse Ramien, 5. Ronaldo Mulitalo, 6. Wade Graham, 7. Connor Tracey, 8. Braden Hamlin-Uele, 9. Blayke Brailey, 10. Aaron Woods, 11. Briton Nikora, 12. Siosifa Talakai, 13. Toby Rudolf

Bench/Reserves: 14. Scott Sorensen, 15. Jack Williams, 16. Andrew Fifita, 17. Teig Wilton, 18. Billy Magoulias, 19. Braydon Trindall, 20. Bryson Goodwin, 21. Daniel Vasquez

Raiders

1. Adam Cook, 2. Semi Valemei, 3. Matthew Timoko, 4. Harley Smith-Shields, 5. Nick Cotric, 6. Matt Frawley, 7. Sam Williams, 8. Dunamis Lui, 9. Tom Starling, 10. Iosia Soliola, 11. Hudson Young, 12. Corey Harawira-Naera, 13. Siliva Havili

Bench/Reserves: 14. Kai O’Donnell, 15. Ryan Sutton, 16. Darby Medlyn, 17. Jarrett Subloo, 18. Ata Mariota, 19. Joseph Tapine, 20. Jack Wighton, 21. Elliott Whitehead

Cooked Chooks make NRL semis a five-team fight

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Wests Tigers vs Parramatta Eels

Saturday, 7:35pm at Bankwest Stadium

Tigers

1. Adam Doueihi, 2. David Nofoaluma, 3. Tommy Talau, 4. Chris Lawrence, 5. Asu Kepaoa, 6. Benji Marshall, 7. Luke Brooks, 8. Zane Musgrove, 9. Harry Grant, 10. Thomas Mikaele, 11. Luke Garner, 12. Luciano Leilua, 13. Alex Twal

Bench/Reserves: 14. Matthew Eisenhuth, 15. Elijah Taylor, 16. Shawn Blore, 17. Michael Chee-Kam, 18. Alex Seyfarth, 19. Jacob Liddle, 20. Josh Reynolds, 21. Joseph Leilua

Eels

1. Clint Gutherson, 2. Maika Sivo, 3. Michael Jennings, 4. Waqa Blake, 5. Blake Ferguson, 6. Jai Field, 7. Mitchell Moses, 8. Reagan Campbell-Gillard, 9. Reed Mahoney, 10. Junior Paulo, 11. Shaun Lane, 12. Ryan Matterson, 13. Nathan Brown

Bench/Reserves: 14. Will Smith, 15. Andrew Davey, 16. Kane Evans, 17. Oregon Kaufusi, 18. Haze Dunster, 19. Brad Takairangi, 20. George Jennings, 21. Daniel Alvaro

Warriors vs Manly Sea Eagles

Sunday, 2pm at Central Coast Stadium

Warriors

1. Peta Hiku, 2. Adam Pompey, 3. Adam Keighran, 4. Hayze Perham, 5. Patrick Herbert, 6. Kodi Nikorima, 7. Chanel Harris-Tavita, 8. Lachlan Burr, 9. Karl Lawton, 10. Isaiah Papali’i, 11. Eliesa Katoa, 12. Tohu Harris, 13. Jazz Tevaga

Bench/Reserves: 14. Wayde Egan, 15. Adam Blair, 16. Jack Murchie, 17. Jamayne Taunoa-Brown, 18. Josh Curran, 20. Paul Turner, 21. Gerard Beale, 22. Tom Ale

Sea Eagles

1. Tevita Funa, 2. Abbas Miski, 3. Brad Parker, 4. Morgan Harper, 5. Reuben Garrick, 6. Lachlan Croker, 7. Daly Cherry-Evans, 8. Taniela Paseka, 9. Danny Levi, 10. Martin Taupau, 11. Corey Waddell, 12. Curtis Sironen, 13. Jake Trbojevic

Bench/Reserves: 14. Albert Hopoate, 15. Morgan Boyle, 16. Sean Keppie, 17. Haumole Olakau’atu, 18. Ben Trbojevic, 19. Luke Metcalf, 20. Toafofoa Sipley, 21. Sione Fainu

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St George Illawarra Dragons vs Melbourne Storm

Sunday, 4:05pm at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium

Dragons

1. Matt Dufty, 2. Max Feagai, 3. Euan Aitken, 4. Zac Lomax, 5. Cody Ramsey, 6. Jayden Sullivan, 7. Adam Clune, 8. Blake Lawrie, 9. Cameron McInnes, 10. Paul Vaughan, 11. Tyson Frizell, 12. Jacob Host, 13. Jackson Ford

Bench/Reserves: 14. Tariq Sims, 15. Kaide Ellis, 16. Josh Kerr, 17. Eddie Blacker, 18. Brayden Williame, 19. Corey Norman, 20. Jordan Pereira, 21. Tyrell Fuimaono

Storm

1. Ryan Papenhuyzen, 2. Sandor Earl, 3. Ricky Leutele, 4. Paul Momirovski, 5. Isaac Lumelume, 6. Ryley Jacks, 7. Cooper Johns, 8. Tui Kamikamica, 9. Brandon Smith, 10. Christian Welch, 11. Tom Eisenhuth, 12. Chris Lewis, 13. Max King

Bench/Reserves: 14. Nicho Hynes, 15. Darryn Schonig, 16. Albert Vete, 17. Aaron Pene, 18. Aaron Booth, 19. Dean Ieremia, 20. Trent Loiero, 21. Judda Turahui

All times AEST (Sydney/Brisbane/Melbourne).


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High stakes: Panthers wingers face tall order against Roosters .
They've been cornerstones of Penrith's 15-game winning run, but the shortest wing duo in the NRL now have to face the tallest flanker in the competition.On the eve of their finals blockbuster at Panthers Stadium, Roosters stars have said they're well aware of Tupou's prowess under the high ball as he prepares to face the shortest wing combination in the competition.

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