Friday 31st August, 10:55 (UK)
What channel is it on?
UK – Sky Sports Arena
Australia – Foxtel, Nine Network, 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: Craig Bellamy
Starting 13: Slater, Olam, Blair, Scott, Addo-Carr, Munster, Croft, J. Bromwich, C. Smith, Glasby, F. Kaufusi, Stimson, Finucane – Interchanges: K. Bromwich, Kamikamica, Welch, Kasiano – Reserves: Hoffman, Hughes, Vete, Jacks
Unavailable: Nelson Asofa-Solomona, Brandon Smith, Will Chambers, Suliasi Vunivalu
Head Coach: Cameron Ciraldo
Starting 13: Watene-Zelezniak, Mansour, Blake, Peachey, Crichton, Maloney, Cleary, Merrin, Egan, Campbell-Gillard, Kikau, Yeo, Fisher-Harris – Interchanges: May, Leota, Harawira-Naera, Tamou – Reserves: Katoa, Hetherington, Ellis, Phillips
Unavailable: Sam McKendry, Dylan Edwards, Jarome Luai, Dean Whare
The minor Premiership could be returning to Melbourne again this year with the Storm heading into Round 23 with their fate in their own hands. They lead the second-placed Sydney Roosters by two points and know they will retain their title if they avoid defeat. Even a loss could see the Storm end the regular season on top of the ladder and Penrith will be hoping they can inflict that defeat to boost their own play-off hopes. After two disappointing displays, the Panthers will need a boost to be provided by returning captain James Maloney if they are to get anything here and give themselves a chance of a top 4 spot. However, the Storm have a 7-3 record at AAMI Park this season and should improve that to 8-3 with a win to seal the minor Premiership.