All eight Round 11 games for you to watch this coming weekend.
Friday live - Wests Tigers v North Queensland Cowboys at the Tigers' old hunting ground: Leichhardt Oval.
Can Tigers at home put in a respectable performance against a Cowboys team who themselves are coming of the back of two, albeit close, defeats?
They and their fans will be hurting hard after their thrashing by high flying Bunnies last weekend. One thing for sure Wests will be digging deep to salvage some pride.
Bringing Benji Marshall off the bench last week didn't work for either him or the team. He's been recalled to the starting line up this week.
Other changers for Tigers include the return from injury of Braith Anasta at loose (lock) forward and Adam Blair moving up from the second row to prop.
The talking point at Cowboys seems to be how bad boy Robert Lui is back in favour after last weekends efforts from the bench. he starts this time with Ray Thompson on the bench this time.
Currently it's no surprise that Cowboys are odds on favourites for this one.
Cowboys to win by 10+ points
Friday delayed - Bulldogs v Broncos at the ANZ Stadium (ex telstra Stadium, ex Stadium Australia)
The Doggies have a forced change following Krisnan Inu getting a two week ban in his R10 game. They've brought in Tim Lafai to replace him.
Interesting to see that Des Hasler still names Tony Williams in the second row even though he picked up an ankle injury against the Knights. All the same look to Josh Jackson being there on the day to take Williams' place if necessary. Broncos are without Scott Prince, Jack Reed, David Stagg and of course big Ben Hannant for their trip down to Sydney.
The temptation is to see a solid Broncos win on form but this will no doubt be a closer game than Doggies managed against Roosters in R10.
Close call here - even Stevens, toss that coin!
Edited by G Las D, 21 May 2013 - 12:16 PM.