Wests Tigers versus New Zealand Warriors,In attempting climate conditions, Robbie Farah and Benji Marshall lead the Tigers to an overwhelming 20-6 prevail upon the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.
Notwithstanding the scoreline, there is still a lot of work to be accomplished for the home side with 13 unforced mistakes the lowlight of their execution; improving this will be essential to vanquishing New Zealand.The Warriors traveled to a 40-6 triumph over the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in cycle one.Lead by veteran Blake Green, the Warriors put on an assaulting masterclass; with the low quality of their first round restriction, this match against the Tigers is the genuine pointer of how the Warriors will perform in 2019.The Tigers are unaltered from the 17 that vanquished the Sea Eagles, with the main conceivable change being the returning Moses Mbye who was named in the stores.Wests Tigers 21-Man Squad: 1. Corey Thompson, 2. Mahe Fonua, 3. Paul Momirovski, 4. Esan Marsters, 5. Robert Jennings, 6. Benji Marshall, 7. Luke Brooks, 8. Ben Matulino, 9. Robbie Farah, 10. Alex Twal, 11. Ryan Matterson, 12. Luke Garner, 13. Elijah Taylor, 14. Russell Packer, 15. Thomas Mikaele, 16. Josh Aloiai, 17. Michael Chee-Kam, 18. Moses Mbye, 19. Josh Reynolds, 20. Matthew Eisenhuth, 21. Chris McQueen
New Zealand Warriors
Isaiah Papali’i comes back from suspension, taking Blake Ayshford’s situation on the seat.Issac Luke has been named in the stores and could be named instead of Nathaniel Roache on the off chance that he is considered fit enough to play before the last 17 is reported on Sunday.New Zealand Warriors 21-Man Squad: 1. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, 2. David Fusitua, 3. Peta Hiku, 4. Solomone Kata, 5. Ken Maumalo, 6. Adam Keighran, 7. Blake Green, 8. Agnatius Paasi, 9. Nathaniel Roache, 10. Bunty Afoa, 11. Adam Blair, 12. Tohu Harris, 13. Lachlan Burr, 14. Jazz Tevaga, 15. Sam Lisone, 16. Leeson Ah Mau, 17. Isaiah Papali’i, 18. Gerard Beale, 20. Chanel Harris-Tavita, 22. Issac Luke, 23. Ligi Sao