When? Friday 27th April, 10:55 (UK)
Where? Panthers Stadium
What channel is it on? UK - Penrith Panthers vs Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 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? http://premier.ticketek.com.au...
Head Coach: Anthony Griffin
Starting 13: Edwards, Crichton, Harawira-Naera, Whare, Watene-Zelezniak, Peachey, Maloney, Merrin, Wallace, Campbell-Gillard, Kikau, Yeo, Fisher-Harris – Interchanges: Katoa, Hetherington, Leota, Tamou – Reserves: Egan, Lui-Toso, Eisenhuth, Ellis
Unavailable: Tyrone Phillips, Tyrone May, Tim Browne, Sam McKendry, Nathan Cleary, Waqa Blake, Josh Mansour
Head Coach: Dean Pay
Starting 13: Mbye, B. Morris, J. Morris, Hopoate, Montoya, Marshall-King, Foran, Woods, Lichaa, Klemmer, Jackson, Faitala-Mariner, Elliott – Interchanges: Fine, Fualalo, Eastwood, Holland – Reserves: Olive, Martin, Toomaga, Frawley
Unavailable: Tom Carr, Aiden Tolman
Two sides who were wasteful with the ball come up against each other this week. The Panthers and Bulldogs will both be wondering how they didn’t win their respective games against the Sharks and Roosters and will be looking to put things right this week. Penrith lost just their second game of the season whilst the Bulldogs were unable to add to their two wins. Penrith have won all three of their games at Panthers Stadium so far this season and are better equipped to bounce back this week with them having too much for the Bulldogs.