Sport NRL 2020: Grand Final predicted team lists

07:50  19 october  2020
07:50  19 october  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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The 2020 NRL season is down to the final four sides, with the preliminary finals set to take place this weekend. Melbourne will take on Canberra on Friday night at Suncorp Stadium, before the Both games promise to be exciting encounters, and below is all the early mail for the grand final qualifiers.

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And then there was two.

After an unpredictable and wild 2020 season, it has come down to the Penrith Panthers and Melbourne Storm to decide the 2020 NRL Premiers.

Both teams came through difficult encounters, with the Storm blowing away the Raiders before the Panthers held off a valiant Rabbitohs outfit.

With coaches Ivan Cleary and Craig Bellamy showing throughout the season that they are not afraid to mix it up, there are still serious question marks over the make-up of both teams.

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Melbourne Storm vs Penrith Panthers, 7:30 pm Sunday 25 October at ANZ Stadium

Melbourne Storm predicted line-up

1. Ryan Papenhuyzen

2. Suliasi Vunivalu

3. Brenko Lee

4. Justin Olam

5. Josh Addo-Carr

6. Cameron Munster

7. Jahrome Hughes

8. Jesse Bromwich

9. Cameron Smith

10. Christian Welch

11. Felise Kaufusi

12. Kenny Bromwich

13. Nelson Asofa-Solomona

14. Brandon Smith

15. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui

16. Nicho Hynes

17. Dale Finucane

Brandon Smith was forced from the field with a jaw complaint but should be right for the grand final.

Dale Finucane (calf) got through his first game back from injury unscathed and may shift into the starting line-up.

Centre Brenko Lee avoid sanctioning for a dangerous tackle despite being placeD on report after Friday's victory over Canberra.

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Penrith Panthers predicted line-up

1. Dylan Edwards

2. Josh Mansour

3. Stephen Crichton

4. Tyrone May

5. Brian To'o

6. Jarome Luai

7. Nathan Cleary

8. James Tamou

9. Api Koroisau

10. James Fisher-Harris

11. Viliame Kikau

12. Liam Martin

13. Isaah Yeo

14. Kurt Capewell

15. Spencer Leniu

16. Moses Leota

17. Zane Tetevano

The Panthers are set to welcome back second-rower Viliame Kikau after his suspension, which will likely push Kurt Capewell onto the bench.

The make-up of this bench is still up for grabs after usual utility Tyrone May was slotted into the centres for Brent Naden.

Naden and Spencer Leniu, who missed last week's game with illness, will likely fight for the final position on the bench. Naden will likely miss out on selection due to Capewell’s ability to cover the centres.

James Fisher-Harris will be right to play after avoiding sanction for a high tackle on Tevita Tatola.

Despite coming from the field in Saturday's victory over the Rabbitohs, hooker Api Koroisau is set to overcome a shoulder injury

An easy win for the AFL in grand final battle .
AFL wins the 2020 grand final ratings from the NRL, no thanks to the broadcasters.The NRL grand final last night was watched by 2.97 million people nationally on Nine — 2.10 million in the metros and 863,000 in the regions.

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