AT A GLANCE
When? Sunday 08th April, 07:10 (UK)
Where? ANZ Stadium
What channel is it on? UK - Parramatta Eels vs Penrith Panthers will not be televised live in the UK Australia - Nine Network, Foxtel, LIVE PASS
Where can I stream the match? UK - N/A Australia - https://www.telstra.com.au/tv-...
Are tickets still available?
Head Coach: Brad Arthur
Starting 13: Smith, G. Jennings, M. Jennings, Auva’a, Hoffman, Norman, Moses, Alvaro, Pritchard, Mannah, Ma'u, Edwards, Brown – Interchanges: Moeroa, Scott, Terepo, Williams – Reserves: Gower, Evans
Unavailable: Clint Gutherson, Brad Takairangi, Bevan French, Jarryd Hayne
Head Coach: Anthony Griffin
Starting 13: Edwards, Mansour, Blake, Whare, Critchon, Peachey, Maloney, Merrin, Wallace, Campbell-Gillard, Kikau, Yeo, Fisher-Harris – Interchanges: Egan, Harawira-Naera, Leota, Tamou – Reserves: Katoa, Ellis
Unavailable: Tyrone Phillips, Tyrone May, Tim Browne, Sam McKendry, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Nathan Cleary
After Canberra claimed their first win of the season on Thursday, Parramatta head into this game as the only remaining side in the competition without a win to their name. The Eels showed some signs of life against the Tigers on Monday but it was far too late with them already well behind on the scoreboard. The Panthers on the other hand won their third game of the season with a hugely impressive performance against the Cowboys. James Maloney was in superb form and if he can continue to link well with five-eighth Tyrone Peachey, Penrith can continue to pick up wins in the absence of Nathan Cleary. The Panthers have already beaten the Eels once this season (24-14 in Round 1) and they can make it a double to keep the Eels winless.