Sport NRL Round 10 Predicted Team Lists, Changes And Injuries For Magic Round

08:15  10 may  2021
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NRL predicted team lists: Every side's likely lineup for round 9

  NRL predicted team lists: Every side's likely lineup for round 9 Injury carnage has rocked some of the NRL's biggest clubs, with the Rabbitohs and Roosters set to lose some big names. Adam Reynolds, Cameron Murray and Campbell Graham are all facing time on the sidelines for South Sydney after picking up injuries against Canberra. For the Tricolours, devastating news with Brett Morris and Lindsay Collins both suffering ACL injuries. Elsewhere, more trouble in the Dragons outside backs with Zac Lomax and Cody Ramsey both injured against the Tigers. See below for all the predicted team lists ahead of round 9. To see how your side lined up last round, click here.

Round 10 team lists . Roosters v Raiders, Thursday 7.50pm at Sydney Cricket Ground. Ben Te'o will start in the back row for injured skipper Alex Glenn with Joe Ofahengaue back from suspension on the bench in the only change from last week's drought-breaking win over Canterbury. Winger Xavier Coates has a thigh complaint but is expected to play. The Broncos have won eight of their past 10 games against the Tigers.

Official team lists , updates and injury news for round four of the 2021 Telstra Premiership season. NRL Round 5 squad announcements. Warriors: A late change for Nathan Brown with Paul Turner coming on to the bench in jersey 20 and Josh Curran to be the 18th man. Tex Hoy wasn't named after suffering a hamstring injury last weekend. With Mitchell Pearce to miss 10 -12 weeks (pectoral

There has been more carnage across the NRL over the weekend, with multiple players facing time on the sidelines with injuries or suspensions.

The casualty ward expanded at the Roosters on Friday night, with Drew Hutchison (ribs/lung) rushed to hospital after a nasty incident.

Meanwhile, a host of players including David Fifita and Dylan Brown are facing time on the sidelines due to suspension.

It's Magic Round this weekend, which means every single game will emanate from Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.

See below for how your side is likely to line up in round 10.

To see how your side lined up in round 9, click here.

The Roar’s NRL expert tips and predictions: Round 9

  The Roar’s NRL expert tips and predictions: Round 9 An injury crisis gripping the NRL, as well as a couple of surprising form lines should make for some intriguing contests in Round 9. The Roar’s NRL expert tipping panel are back to tell you who wins and why. Those injuries mean there are no certainties right at the moment, but the way things are going, there is a top five which is well established ahead of the rest of the pack. From what we’ve seen, this gap it is showing no signs of narrowing. That is a lesson I learnt the hard way last week with three predicted upsets not coming off.

The official team lists for the 10 th round of the 2018 Telstra Premiership season. Wests Tigers v North Queensland Cowboys, Thursday 7.50pm at Leichhardt Oval. Wests Tigers: 1 Corey Thompson, 2 David Nofoaluma, 3 Esan Marsters, 5 Mahe Fonua, 20 Malakai Watene-Zelezniak, 6 Benji Marshall (c), 7 Luke In a late change , Kevin Naiqama is out, with Mahe Fonua moving into the centres and Malakai Watene-Zelezniak (No.20) to start on the wing. Russell Packer returns at prop, pushing Sauaso Sue to the bench. Chris Lawrence will start despite failing a HIA test last week. Jacob Liddle returns on the

With nine rounds done, I don't see the top five teams changing in the rankings much anymore except when they play each other. Below them, there's a logjam of sides whose seasons are half there, half not as they push for the lower end of the top eight. And for a few of the bottom clubs, Magic Round is Emotionally they were there against the Cowboys in the Queensland derby but just couldn't get it done. Game management cost the Broncos in the closing stages. They're not going to finish last - I think they turned a corner with their win over the Titans in round eight. The challenge now is getting some wins


Friday 14th May, 6pm

Tigers predicted team:

1. Daine Laurie

2. David Nofoaluma

3. Joey Leilua

4. Moses Mbye

5. Zac Cini

6. Adam Doueihi

7. Luke Brooks

8. James Tamou

9. Jake Simpkin

10. Alex Twal

11. Luke Garner

12. Luciano Leilua

13. Joe Ofahengaue

14. Jacob Liddle

15. Stefano Utoikamanu

16. Alex Seyfarth

17. Thomas Mikaele

Tigers team news:

No changes flagged at this stage, but Michael Maguire may look to make some after a disappointing loss to the Titans.

The likes of Shawn Blore and Jock Madden could come into contention for spots in the 17 this weekend.

Knights predicted team:

1. Kalyn Ponga

2. Edrick Lee

3. Enari Tuala

4. Bradman Best

5. Hymel Hunt

6. Kurt Mann

7. Phoenix Crossland

8. David Klemmer

9. Jayden Brailey

10. Daniel Saifiti

11. Tyson Frizell

12. Lachlan Fitzgibbon

13. Mitchell Barnett

14. Connor Watson

15. Sauaso Sue

16. Jacob Saifiti

17. Brodie Jones

Knights team news:

Hymel Hunt (hamstring) was a late omission against the Raiders, but should be fit to return here in place of Starford To'a.

Edrick Lee (foot) is the other man set to return from injury on the wing, with Brayden Musgrove missing out.


Friday 14th May, 8.05pm

Sea Eagles predicted team:

1. Tom Trbojevic

2. Jason Saab

3. Brad Parker

4. Morgan Harper

5. Reuben Garrick

6. Kieran Foran

7. Daly Cherry-Evans

8. Sean Keppie

9. Lachlan Croker

10. Martin Taupau

11. Haumole Olakau'atu

12. Josh Schuster

13. Jake Trbojevic

14. Cade Cust

15. Moses Suli

16. Taniela Paseka

17. Curtis Sironen

Sea Eagles team news:

Martin Taupau (HIA) and Curtis Sironen (knee) are both scheduled to return to the Manly side this weekend.

Taniela Paseka will revert to the bench, with Zac Saddler and Toafofoa Sipley likely dropping out.

Eels apply for NRL exemption from bubble

  Eels apply for NRL exemption from bubble The NRL will take biosecurity advice over an application from Parramatta to name players from outside the bubble for round 10.Injury and suspensions have thrown the Eels' plans into disarray after they risked allowing top 30 players to play reserve grade on Friday, despite warnings from the NRL.

Round one selection news, predicted teams and injury updates for all 16 clubs. The Storm have won nine of their past 10 games against the Rabbitohs. Cooper Johns and Trent Loiero were cut NRL Magic Round Brisbane 1-Day Passes are now on sale with eight massive games across round 10 at

Round 19 teams lists . Rabbitohs v Bulldogs, Thursday 7.50pm at ANZ Stadium. Fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen is out for another week as he manages an achilles injury . The Storm have won 17 consecutive games in Queensland. Wests Tigers: Alex Twal is sidelined with illness so Matt Eisenhuth starts at lock and Jacob Liddle joins the bench. Tommy Talau and Michael Chee-Kam dropped off the reserves list an hour before kick-off.

Broncos predicted team:

1. Jamayne Isaako

2. Xavier Coates

3. Jesse Arthars

4. Herbie Farnworth

5. Corey Oates

6. Anthony Milford

7. Tyson Gamble

8. Matt Lodge

9. Jake Turpin

10. Payne Haas

11. Jordan Riki

12. Tevita Pangai Jr

13. Tom Flegler

14. Danny Levi

15. Ethan Bullemor

16. Rhys Kennedy

17. Brendan Piakura

Broncos team news:

Devastating blow for the Broncos, with lock forward Pat Carrigan (ACL) ruled out for the remainder of the season.

Tom Flegler will likely replace him in the starting side, with rookie Brendan Piakura in line for his NRL debut on the bench.


Saturday 15th May, 3pm

Bulldogs predicted team:

1. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak

2. Tuipolotu Katoa

3. Will Hopoate

4. Nick Cotric

5. Nick Meaney

6. Jake Averillo

7. Kyle Flanagan

8. Ava Seumanufagai

9. Sione Katoa

10. Luke Thompson

11. Adam Elliott

12. Chris Smith

13. Corey Waddell

14. Brad Deitz

15. Renouf Atoni

16. Dylan Napa

17. Ofahiki Ogden

Bulldogs team news:

Lachlan Lewis (ribs) and Corey Allan (shoulder) are both set to be sidelined. Nick Cotric will likely move to centre, with Tuipolotu Katoa coming into the side on the wing.

NRL denies Parramatta's request for bubble exemption

  NRL denies Parramatta's request for bubble exemption The Eels' preparations for Sunday's Magic Round clash against New Zealand are in disarray with the NRL refusing to budge on restrictions.The NRL has denied Parramatta's request for an exemption and will not allow "dirty" Eels players to return to training until they arrive in Brisbane for the Magic Round, which is expected to just one day before their game against the Warriors.

Injury carnage has rocked some of the NRL 's biggest clubs, with the Rabbitohs and Roosters set to lose some big names. Load Error. Adam Reynolds, Cameron Murray and Campbell Graham are all facing time on the sidelines for South Sydney after picking up injuries against Canberra. For the Tricolours, devastating news with Brett Morris and Lindsay Collins both suffering ACL injuries . Elsewhere, more trouble in the Dragons outside backs with Zac Lomax and Cody Ramsey both injured against the Tigers.

Official team lists , updates and injury news for week 1 of the 2020 Telstra Premiership finals series and round 1 of the 2020 NRLW competition. Coach Ivan Cleary said after round 20's win that his squad was otherwise healthy. Dean Whare and Matt Burton were the two players dropped from the squad 24 hours before the match. Fullback Dylan Edwards, centre Stephen Crichton and second-rower Viliame Kikau are back after being rested, with Daine Laurie, Matt Burton and Spencer Leniu dropping out.

Kyle Flanagan was hooked at half-time against the Dragons, but will likely earn a reprieve this week with Lewis out injured.

Dylan Napa (shoulder) is expected to be named, but is no certainty of lining up against Canberra.

No other changes flagged at this stage, however Trent Barrett may look to bring in some fresh faces after another disappointing display.

Raiders predicted team:

1. Caleb Aekins

2. Bailey Simonsson

3. Sebastian Kris

4. Curtis Scott

5. Jordan Rapana

6. Jack Wighton

7. George Williams

8. Josh Papalii

9. Josh Hodgson

10. Emre Guler

11. Corey Harawira-Naera

12. Elliott Whitehead

13. Joseph Tapine

14. Tom Starling

15. Siliva Havili

16. Hudson Young

17. Ryan James

Raiders team news:

Ryan Sutton (elbow) is likely to miss at least a week. Joseph Tapine (knee) is in doubt, but will likely be named at lock.

Josh Hodgson (calf) is expected back, and will slot into the starting hooker role. Tom Starling will revert to the bench.

Ricky Stuart may look to make some unforced changes however, as his side slumped to their fourth-straight loss against the Knights.


Saturday 15th May, 5.30pm

Sharks predicted team;

1. Will Kennedy

2. Mawene Hiroti

3. Will Chambers

4. Jesse Ramien

5. Connor Tracey

6. Matt Moylan

7. Shaun Johnson

8. Aiden Tolman

9. Blayke Brailey

10. Aaron Woods

11. Briton Nikora

12. Wade Graham

13. Toby Rudolf

14. Teig Wilton

15. Jack Williams

16. Billy Magoulias

17. Andrew Fifita

Sharks team news:

Matt Moylan replaced Chad Townsend during the loss to Penrith, and all signs point to him partnering Shaun Johnson in the halves moving forward.

Jesse Ramien (HIA) is in doubt, but is expected to be named at this stage.

Andrew Fifita (suspension) seems likely to return to the 17 for the first time this year, likely via the interchange.

Rabbitohs predicted team:

1. Cody Walker

2. Alex Johnston

3. Jed Cartwright

4. Braidon Burns

5. Dane Gagai

6. Dean Hawkins

7. Benji Marshall

8. Tom Burgess

9. Damien Cook

10. Tevita Tatola

11. Keoan Koloamatangi

12. Jaydn Su'a

13. Jai Arrow

14. Mark Nicholls

15. Liam Knight

16. Patrick Mago

17. Hame Sele

Rabbitohs team news:

Steven Marsters was hooked against the Storm during the first half, with Jed Cartwright replacing him at centre.

Hame Sele is likely to come into the 17 after a string of impressive performances in reserve grade.

Adam Reynolds (thumb) is likely another week or two away.


Saturday 15th May, 7.35pm

Roosters predicted team:

1. James Tedesco

2. Daniel Tupou

3. Josh Morris

4. Joseph Manu

5. Matt Ikuvalu

6. Lachlan Lam

7. Sam Walker

8. Isaac Liu

9. Ben Marschke

10. Sio Siua Taukeiaho

11. Angus Crichton

12. Sitili Tupouniua

13. Victor Radley

14. Adam Keighran

15. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves

16. Nat Butcher

17. Daniel Suluka-Fifita

Roosters team news:

Drew Hutchison (ribs/lung) could miss up to two months after he was rushed to hospital in round 9. Lachlan Lam (knee) will return in the halves.

Contract drama ahead of coach's son's NRL debut

  Contract drama ahead of coach's son's NRL debut The NRL will ban Brad Arthur's son Jakob from playing in Magic Round unless he is upgraded to a top 30 contract.The 18-year-old five-eighth is on a development contract and can't be used ahead of a top-30 player before Round 11 under NRL qualification rules, unless an exemption is approved.

Sitili Tupouniua (suspension) will return to the side in the second-row, pushing Nat Butcher to the bench.

Victor Radley (HIA) will need to pass concussion protocols in order to be cleared to play. If he is ruled out, Butcher will come into the starting side at lock.

Sam Walker (ankle) is expected to be named and should be fit to play.

Cowboys predicted team:

1. Valentine Holmes

2. Kyle Feldt

3. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow

4. Connelly Lemuelu

5. Murray Taulagi

6. Scott Drinkwater

7. Jake Clifford

8. Coen Hess

9. Reece Robson

10. Jordan McLean

11. Shane Wright

12. Mitch Dunn

13. Jason Taumalolo

14. Jake Granville

15. Lachlan Burr

16. Francis Molo

17. Ben Condon

Cowboys team news:

Huge boost for the Cowboys, with speedster Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow (ankle) expected to return in the centres. Javid Bowen appears the likely man to make way.

No other changes expected to the side that defeated Brisbane.


Sunday 16th May, 1.50pm

Warriors predicted team:

1. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck

2. Rocco Berry

3. Adam Pompey

4. Euan Aitken

5. Ken Maumalo

6. Chanel Harris-Tavita

7. Kodi Nikorima

8. Jamayne Taunoa-Brown

9. Wayde Egan

10. Kane Evans

11. Ben Murdoch-Masila

17. Bayley Sironen

13. Tohu Harris

14. Reece Walsh

15. Jazz Tevaga

16. Leeson Ah Mau

17. Bunty Afoa

Warriors team news:

Euan Aitken (anke) and Ben Murdoch-Masila (HIA) are both expected to return this week, with Edward Kosi and Josh Curran likely missing out.

Nathan Brown spoke openly about the Reece Walsh dilemma after the loss to Manly, so it will be interesting to see whether he is named at five-eighth or on the bench.

Eels predicted team:

1. Clint Gutherson

2. Maika Sivo

3. Tom Opacic

4. Waqa Blake

5. Blake Ferguson

6. Bryce Cartwright

7. Mitchell Moses

8. Reagan Campbell-Gillard

9. Reed Mahoney

10. Junior Paulo

11. Isaiah Papali'i

12. Ryan Matterson

13. Nathan Brown

14. Oregon Kaufusi

15. Shaun Lane

16. Haze Dunster

17. Keegan Hipgrave

Eels team news:

Dramas at the Eels, with Dylan Brown (suspension) and Marata Niukore (suspension) both sidelined.

Jakob Arthur or Jordan Rankin were both potential replacements at five-eighth, but both of them played NSW Cup over the weekend and broke the NRL bubble.

Bryce Cartwright seems the likely candidate to fill the void if the NRL doesn't allow them to play.

Waqa Blake (calf) is expected to return in the centres in place of Niukore. Reed Mahoney (HIA) is in doubt, but is expected to be named.

Nathan Brown (hip) was a late withdrawal against the Roosters, but should be fit to return for Magic Round.


Sunday 16th May, 4.05pm

Storm predicted team:

1. Ryan Papenhuyzen

2. George Jennings

3. Reimis Smith

4. Justin Olam

5. Josh Addo-Carr

6. Cameron Munster

7. Jahrome Hughes

8. Jesse Bromwich

9. Harry Grant

10. Christian Welch

11. Felise Kaufusi

12. Kenny Bromwich

13. Tui Kamikamica

14. Nicho Hynes

15. Dale Finucane

16. Nelson Asofa-Solomona

17. Chris Lewis

Storm team news:

Brandon Smith (suspension) will miss a week for a shoulder charge, with Harry Grant to start at hooker.

Ryan Papenhuyzen (shoulder) is set for a return at fullback, pushing Nicho Hynes to the bench.

Dragons predicted team:

1. Matt Dufty

2. Max Feagai

3. Jack Bird

4. Tyrell Fuimaono

5. Mikaele Ravalawa

6. Corey Norman

7. Ben Hunt

8. Blake Lawrie

9. Andrew McCullough

10. Paul Vaughan

11. Josh Kerr

12. Tariq Sims

13. Josh McGuire

14. Junior Amone

15. Billy Burns

16. Daniel Alvaro

17. Kaide Ellis

Dragons team news:

Mikaele Ravalawa (suspension) is set for a return on the wing, which will offset the injury sustained to debutant Mat Feagai (ankle).

After impressing in his limited minutes against the Bulldogs, Junior Amone is likely to keep his spot on the bench.

Cody Ramsey (ribs) could be a late inclusion, which could see Max Feagai shift to centre and Tyrell Fuimaono move back into the forwards.


Sunday 16th May, 6.25pm

Titans predicted team:

1. AJ Brimson

2. Anthony Don

3. Brian Kelly

4. Beau Fermor

5. Phillip Sami

6. Tanah Boyd

7. Jamal Fogarty

8. Jarrod Wallace

9. Mitch Rein

10. Tino Fa'asuamaleaui

11. Kevin Proctor

12. David Fifita

13. Tyrone Peachey

14. Moeaki Fotuaika

15. Herman Ese'ese

16. Jaimin Joliffe

17. Esan Marsters

Titans team news:

David Fifita is potentially facing suspension for a high shot on Adam Doueihi.

No other changes expected at this stage after the win over the Tigers.

Panthers predicted team:

1. Dylan Edwards

2. Charlie Staines

3. Stephen Crichton

4. Matt Burton

5. Brian To'o

6. Jarome Luai

7. Nathan Cleary

8. Moses Leota

9. Api Koroisau

10. James Fisher-Harris

11. Viliame Kikau

12. Kurt Capewell

13. Isaah Yeo

14. Tyrone May

15. Matt Eisenhuth

16. Liam Martin

17. Scott Sorensen

Panthers team news:

No changes expected to the side that belted Cronulla.

Paul Momirovski (suspension) is available for selection, but will find it hard to get back into the side with Matt Burton in red-hot form at centre.

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