Ben Hunt was taken over last week by Dali Cherri-Evans in an early audition for the site on the side of Kueensland.
Star of St. George Illavarra is now facing another candidate of Maroons in the prostitute Rookers Jake Friend, and the duo considers the champions for no. 9 jumper.
Hunt started the season promising, and he and Cherri-Evans are prominent players in the Dragons' victory over Manley.
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Despite his role at the club's half, many turn to Hunt to play a whore at the Origin level, which is a position he is relatively familiar with.
While Hunt and Friend will play in different positions, leadership and calmness can be shown in one of the biggest games on the NRL calendar, and everyone will be able to see them, including Queensland's coach Kevin Valters.
One man in a friend's corner is Roosters coach Trent Robinson, who on Wednesday gave his cancer as "the ultimate matchmaker."
"It's hard to explain. You need to look at the details he plays in the game and watch the job that works around other guys," Robinson told the Friend.
"He does his job. And he's No. 1 in our team that seems to be doing other people's work if they need help. That's the ultimate matchmaker.
In the meantime, Robinson is on the verge of becoming the most successful coach of Petlovo.
The 42-year-old is currently tied to Arthur Ponia Halloween at 105 wins and winning in this match would bring him the most victories of any known coach Rooster.
According to Fok Sports LabRobinson won 105 wins from 164 games (64 percent), and Halloween came from 154 games (68.2 percent).
But if history dictates, mentor Tricolors may have to wait another week for a milestone, with three defeats against Dragons coming to Anzac Day (2015, 2016 and 2018).
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Sidnei Roosters in St George Illavarra Dragons, Sydney Cricket Ground, 16.05
Roosters: 1. James Tedesco 2. Daniel Tupou 4. Joseph Manu 3. Mitchell Aubusson 5. Matt Ikuvalu 6. Latrell Mitchell 7. Cooper Cronk 8. Jared Vaerea-Hargreaves 9. Jake Friend 10. Siosiua Taukeiaho 11. Boid Cordner 12. Angus Crichton 13. Victor Radlei 14. Nat Butcher 15. Zane Tetevano 16. Sitili Tupouniua 17. Lachlan Lam 18. Lindsai Collins 19. Poasa Faamausili 20. Brock Lamb 21. Sam Verrills
Dragons: 1. Matthev Dufti 2. Jordan Pereira 3. Euan Aitken 4. Timoteo Lafai 5. Mikaele Ravalava 6. Corei Norman 7. Ben Hunt 8. James Graham 9. Cameron McInnes 10. Paul Vaughan 11. Tison Frizell 12. Tarik Sims 13 Blake Lavrie 14. Jeremy Latimore 15. Zac Lomak 16. Jacob Host 17. Luciano Leilua 18. Mitchell Allgood 19. Jai Field 20. Lachlan Timm 21. Jonus Pearson
Talk point: The player in the form of the competition, Luke Keary, was shocked last week and did not play the blockbuster of Anzac. It was a huge loss for Roosters, who were undoubtedly the best team in the NRL during the first six rounds and they beat Melbourne with a bare terrain Latrell Mitchell last week. Dragons will be hot for one of their biggest games in the home-and-avai season, and that could be their best chance to move to the premiere.
Fok Sports Lab stat: From the Grand Finale 2010 meeting, these two teams played 15 games, with Dragons who led only five wins, all of which came to Dan Anzac.
Coefficients (thanks to Sportsbet): Roosters $ 1.45, Dragons $ 2.75
Our prediction: Roosters with 4
Melbourne Storm in Varriors, AAMI Park, 7.55
Storm: 1. Jahrome Hughes 2. Suliasi Vunivalu 3. Vill Chambers 4. Curtis Scott 5. Josh Addo-Carr 6. Cameron Munster 7. Brodie Croft 8. Jesse Bromvich 9. Cameron Smith 10. Nelson Asofa-Solomona 11. Felise Kaufusi 12 Kenneath Bromvich 13. Dale Finucane 14. Brandon Smith 15. Christian Velch 16. Tui Kamikamica 17. Marion Seve 18. Patrick Kaufusi 19. Billi Valters 20. Albert Vete 21. Ryan Papenhuizen
Varriors: 1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c) 2 Gerard Beale 3 Peta Hiku 4 Solomone Kata 5 Ken Maumalo 6 Chanel Harris-Tavita 7 Blake Green 8 Agnatius Paasi 9 Issac Luke 10 Leeson Ah Mau 11 Adam Blair 12 Tohu Harris 13 Lachlan Burr Interchange: 14 Jazz Tevaga 15 Isaiah Papali & I Bunti Afoa 17 Nathaniel Roache 18 Haize Perham 20 Leivaha Pulu 21 Patrick Herbert 23 Chris Satae
Talk point: Can Warriors Overcome the Loss of Three Key Exits? Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Blake Green (Diamonds) and Solomon Kata (compassionate absence) are all late retreats and will have to make a marvelous harassment if they take two points home.
Fok Sports Lab stat: Storm will have seven goals in the right half against Varriors for the first time in the match and the ninth time against the opponent. Their record is 14 victories against the Raiders since 2003-09.
Coefficients (thanks to Sportsbet): Storm $ 1.18, Varriors $ 4.75
Our prediction: Storm bi 16. t
Canterburi Bankstow Bulldogs in North Kueensland Covbois, ANZ Stadium, 18:00
Bulldogs: 1. Nick Meanei 2. Jaiden Okunbor 3. Kerrod Netherlands 4. Vill Hopoate 5. Reimis Smith 6. Jack Cogger 7. Lachlan Levis 8. Aiden Tolman 9. Jeremi Marshall-King 10. Ofahiki Ogden 11. Josh Jackson 12. Corei Haravira-Naera 13. Rhise Martin 14. Michael Lichaa 15. Danny Fualalo 16. Adam Elliot 17. Chris Smith 19. Christian Crichton 20. Marcelo Montoia 21. Faumanu Brovn 22. Renouf Too
Covbois team: 1. Te Maire Martin 2. Justin O'Neill 3. Jordan Kahu 4. Enari Tuala 5. Ben Hampton 6. Jake Clifford 7. Michael Morgan 8. Matt Scott 9. Jake Granville 10. Jordan McLean 11. Gavin Cooper 12. Josh McGuire 13. John Asiata 14. Kurt Baptiste 15. Coen Hess 16. Scott Bolton 17. Francis Molo 18. Corei Jensen 19. Tom Opacic 20. Jason Taumalolo 21. Mitchell Dunn
Talk point: Cowboys will cross their fingers and fingers Jason Taumalolo is ready to take the field for the first time since 2nd round. Taumalolo was withdrawn from his knee injury, but he was named in reserve, which could lead to an early return to the wrestling ahead.
Fok Sports Lab stat: Bulldogs score the lowest score (11.7 per game) and the same number of attempts (2.2 per game), while cowboys rank 13th (15.2 points per game, 2.7 per game). Both teams make 2.8 line breaks per game, and only Vests Tigers make less (2.2 per game). Both teams make the smallest number of busts (17 per game for Covbois, 16.8 per game for Bulldogs).
Coefficients (thanks to Sportsbet): Bulldogs $ 1.90, Covbois $ 1.90
Our prediction: Cowboys from 2
Penrith Panthers in South Sydney Rabbitohs, Stadium Panthers, 7.55
Panthers: 1. Caleb Aekins 2. Josh Mansour 3. Dallin Vatene-Zelezzak 4. Vaka Blake 5. Malakai Vatene-Zelezak 6. James Malonei 7. Nathan Cleari 8. James Tamou 9. Vaide Egan 10. Tim Grant 11. Viliame Kikau 12 Isaah Ieo 13. James Fisher-Harris 14. Sione Katoa 15. Liam Martin 16. Moses Leota 17. Reagan Campbell-Gillard 18. Jarome Luai 19. Kaide Ellis 20. Dilan Edvards 21. Tirell Fuimaono
Rabbitohs: 1. Alek Johnston 2. Corey Allen 3. Kyle Turner 4. Dane Gagai 5. Campbell Graham 6. Cody Valker 7. Adam Reinolds 8. George Burgess 9. Damien Cook 10. Thomas Burgess 11. John Sutton 12. Sam Burgess 13 Cameron Murrai 14. Tevita Tatola 15. Mark Nicholls 16. Ethan Love 17. Liam Knight 18. Bailei Sironen 19. Connor Tracei 20. Dean Britt 21. Mavene Hiroti
Talk point: Panthers will run their third fullback in 2019 with Caleb Aekins to play in his second NRL game. Dylan Edwards was dropped after some trembling performances, while Dallin Vatene-Zelezak moved to the center after Dean Vhare's injury. This is a perfect chance for Aekins to push his claims and climb into the club.
Fok Sports Lab stat: Since 1998, the team that led the half time has won most of the time with the Panthers who have won 12 of 13 games and Rabbitohsi nine out of 11 when they were on a break.
Coefficients (thanks to Sportsbet): Panthers $ 2.20, rabbit $ 1.65
Our prediction: Rabbitohs would be 10
Vests Tigers in Gold Coast Titans, Scully Park, Tamworth, 17:30
Tigers: 1. Moses Mbie 2. Mahe Fonua 3. Robert Jennings 4. Esan Marsters 5. Corei Thompson 6. Josh Reinolds 7. Luke Brooks 8. Russell Packer 9. Robbie Farah 10. Alek Tval 11. Ryan Matterson 12. Luke Garner 13 Josh Aloiai 14. Ben Matulino 15. Thomas Mikaele 16. Matt Eisenhuth 17. Michael Chee-Kam 18. Paul Momirovski 19. Elijah Tailor 20. David Nofoaluma 21. Chris McKueen
Titans: 1. Michael Gordon 2. Anthoni Don 3. Tirone Peachei 4. Brian Kelli 5. Dale Coplei 6. Tirone Roberts 7. Ash Tailor 8. Shannon Boid 9. Mitch Rein 10. Moeaki Fotuaika 11. Kevin Proctor 12. Brice Cartwright 13 Jai Arrov 14. Phillip Sami 15. Keegan Hipgrave 16. Mak King 17. Jai Vhitbread 18. Jack Stockvell 19. Vill Matthevs 20. Jesse Arthars 21. Riley Jacks
Talk point: The Vests Tigers embarrassed after the performance of the horror show against Parramatta on Easter Monday, where they dropped 51-6. The short craft could make the page all the better and they will try to get it off against Gold Coast who are full of confidence after two consecutive victories.
Fok Sports Lab stat: Gold Coast won all 11 matches when he scored 19 points or more, but lost eight of nine when he scored 18 points or less. Their only victory when they scored 18 points or less was in 2007, when Titans won the Vests Tigers 16-14.
Coefficients (thanks to Sportsbet): Tigers $ 1.67, Titans $ 2.15
Our prediction: Tigers with 6
Brisbane Broncos in Cronulla Sutherland Sharks, Suncorp Stadium, 7.35
Broncos: 1. Darius Boid 2. Corei Oates 3. James Roberts 4. Jack Bird 5. Jamaine Isaako 6. Anthoni Milford 7. Kodi Nikorima 8. Paine Haas 9. Andrew McCullough 10. Joe Ofahengaue 11. Alek Glenn 12. Matt Gillett 13 Tevita Pangai 14. Kotoni Staggs 15. David Fifita 16. Thomas Flegler 17. Patti Carrigan 18. Jaidn Su 19. Gehamat Shibasaki 20. Tom Dearden 21. Matthev Lodge
Sharks team: 1. Vill Kennedy 2. Sosaia Feki 3. Bronson Xerri 4. Josh Morris 5. Josh Dugan 6. Shaun Johnson 7. Chad Tovnsend 8. Andrew Fifita 9. Jaiden Brailei 10. Matt Prior 11. Scott Sorensen 12. Kurt Capevell 13 Paul Gallen 14. Blaike Brailei 15. Jaison Bukuia 16. Jack Villiams 17. Braden Hamlin-uele 18. Ronaldo Mulitalo 19. Kile Flanagan 20. Sione Katoa 21. Billi Magoulias
Talk point: Brisbane's critique will continue to come as the party continues to lose, so it will desperately try to reverse the tide at home against Cronulla. With just one win of six starts, Anthony Seibold will ask his key players to include him.
Fok Sports Lab stat: Broncos have fought defensively this season, ranked in the bottom third in most of the key categories: they miss the most bouts (29.8 per game), receive the second highest scoring (1537 per game), the same as the second by the number of points (23.5 per game)) and equal the third highest number of line breaks (4.7 per game).
Coefficients (thanks to Sportsbet): Broncos $ 1.65, Sharks $ 2.20
Our prediction: Broncos would be 6
Manli Varringah Sea Eagles in Canberra Raiders, Lottoland, 14:00
Sea Eagles: 1. Brendan Elliott 2. Jorge Taufua 3. Moses Suli 4. Brad Parker 5. Reuben Garrick 6. Kane Elgei 7. Dali Cherri-Evans 8. Toafofoa Siplei 9. Apisai Koroisau 10. Martin Taupau 11. Joel Thompson 12. Curtis Sironen 13. Jake Trbojevic 14. Manase Fainu 15. Jack Gosievski 16. Corei Vaddell 17. Morgan Boile 18. Kelepi Tanginoa 19. Sam Smith 20. Lachlan Croker 21. Taniela Paseka
Raiders: 1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad 2. Nick Cotric 3. Jarrod Croker 4. Joseph Leilua 5. Jordan Rapana 6. Jack Vighton 7. Sam Villiams 8. Josh Papalii 9. Josh Hodgson 10. Dunamis Lui 11. John Bateman 12. Elliot Vhitehead 13. Rian Sutton 14. Siliva Havili 15. Emre Guler 16. Iosia Soliola 17. Jack Murchie 18. Aidan Sezer 19. Bailei Simonsson 20. Jj Collins 21. Hudson Ioung
Talk point: Lottolanda's surface came under control, this time from the Raiders coach, Ricki Stuart said he had "big concerns". Raiders have been persecuted in the past, such as Dunamis Lui and Shannon Boid suffering severe injuries to their knees. Stewart knows that the track on Brooklyn is heavy and he says he will prepare his players for the game.
Fok Sports Lab stat: A decisive period of 20 minutes in this game may be 20 minutes before the break. The Raiders ended in the first half, achieving 48 points in this period (the second largest in the competition). On the other hand, Sea Eagles scored only 14 points in this period (second in a row). Since 2003, Sea Eagles surpassed Raiderse by 103 points in the first half.
Coefficients (thanks to Sportsbet): Sea Eagles $ 2.05, Raiders $ 1.75
Our prediction: Raiders 4
Nevcastle Knights v Parramatta Eels, McDonald Jones Stadium, 16.05
Knights: 1. Kalin Ponga 2. Edrick Lee 3. Himel Hunt 4. Jesse Ramien 5. Shaun Kenni-Dovall 6. Connor Vatson 7. Mitchell Pearce 8. David Klemmer 9. Danny Levi 10. James Gavet 11. Lachlan Fitzgibbon 12 . Mitchell Barnett 13. Tim Music 14. Jamie Buhrer 15. Herman Ese & # 39; ese 16. Daniel Saifiti 17. Josh King 18. Mason Lino 19. Tautau Moga 20. Sione Mata 21. Pasami Saulo
Eels: 1. Clint Gutherson 2. Maika Gray 3. Michael Jennings 4. Brad Takairangi 5. Blake Ferguson 6. Jaeman Salmon 7. Mitchell Moses 8. Daniel Alvaro 9. Reed Mahonei 10. Junior Paulo 11. Shaun Lane 12. Marata Niukore 13 Tepai Moeroa 14. Penny Terepo 15. Tim Mannah 16. Oregon Kaufusi 17. Rai Stone 18. Manu Ma? In 19. Kane Evans 20. Josh Hoffman 21. George Jennings
Talk point: Parramatta is flying high after Easter Monday's big victory over Vests Tigers to open their new home, Bankvest Stadium. But eels still have more than half of their main contract, which is a question that has blurred the team in the last few weeks. Brad Arthur admitted that only another strong performance could increase his chances of a new coaching job. If he kicks the knights out of the park, will Paramatta finally get some signatures on paper?
Fok Sports Lab stat: If Parramatta wins in this game, it will be the twelfth time in the history of the club to win at least five of its seven open games. Three times they missed the finals when they were in this position (6th in 1951 and 1968 and 14th in 2016). All four Eels premiers came when they won at least five of the seven starting games.
Coefficients (thanks to Sportsbet): Knights $ 2.20, Eels $ 1.68
Our prediction: Eels with 12