Friday 14th September, 10:40 (UK)
What channel is it on?
UK – Sky Sports Arena
Australia – Foxtel, LIVE PASS
Where can I stream the match?
UK – Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via Sky Go
Australia – https://www.telstra.com.au/tv-movies-music/sports-offer
Are tickets still available?
Head Coach: Shane Flanagan
Starting 13: Holmes, Feki, Dugan, Leutele, Lee, Moylan, Townsend, Fifita, Brailey, Prior, Lewis, Sorensen, Gallen – Interchanges: Capewell, Segeyaro, Woods, Bukuya – Reserves: Ramien, Seumanufagai, Paulo, Flanagan
Unavailable: Jack Williams, Wade Graham
Head Coach: Cameron Ciraldo
Starting 13: Watene-Zelezniak, Mansour, Blake, Peachey, Crichton, Maloney, Cleary, Merrin, Katoa, Campbell-Gillard, Kikau, Yeo, Fisher-Harris – Interchanges: May, Leota, Harawira-Naera, Tamou – Reserves: Egan, Hetherington, Ellis, Phillips
Unavailable: Sam McKendry, Dylan Edwards, Jarome Luai, Dean Whare
Cronulla must overcome the loss of Wade Graham if they are to progress to the preliminary finals next week. The co-captain suffered an ACL injury last week during their loss to the Roosters with Penrith next in store. The Panthers were impressive last week as they defeated New Zealand Warriors and will be hoping for a repeat performance. James Maloney guided his side around the pitch superbly last week, ably assisted by his partner at five-eighth, Nathan Cleary. They controlled the game and if they can do the same this week they will be difficult to beat. The Sharks were guilty of making too many errors last week, particularly in good field position. This will be a tight affair and could go down to the final play of the game but Maloney’s guile can see off his former side.