When? Saturday 30th June, 08:30 (UK)
Where? McDonald Jones Stadium
What channel is it on? UK - Newcastle Knights vs Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will not be televised live in the UK
Australia - Foxtel, LIVE PASS
Where can I stream the match? UK - N/A
Australia - https://www.telstra.com.au/tv-movies-music/sports-offer
Are tickets still available?
Head Coach: Nathan Brown
Starting 13: Ponga, Sio, S. Mata'utia, Denniss, Kenny-Dowall, Watson, Cogger, Ese’ese, Griffin, King, Stone, Barnett, Guerra – Interchanges: Levi, Heighington, Yates, Lillyman – Reserves: Buhrer, Ross, Lamb
Unavailable: Tautau Moga, Mitchell Pearce, Jacob Saifiti, Daniel Saifiti, Lachlan Fitzgibbon
Head Coach: Dean Pay
Starting 13: Hopoata, B. Morris, Holland, Montoya, Smith, Lewis, Marshall-King, Tolman, Lichaa, Klemmer, Jackson, Martin, Elliott – Interchanges: Brown, Fualalo, Ogden, Eastwood – Reserves: Fine, Frawley, Olive
Unavailable: Josh Morris, Kieran Foran, Raymond Faitala-Mariner
Newcastle will hope the visit of Canterbury can provide them with a much-needed win to keep their slim hopes of making the top 8 alive. The Knights are currently six points adrift of eighth-placed Brisbane and know they need to put a winning run together if they are to realistically break into the play-off mix. Canterbury’s season has been a poor one once again and their only battle now is to avoid the wooden spoon. They have a new-look to their side which could provide them with the spark they have been lacking with the Bulldogs only managing to score 209 points so far this season, the lowest total in the NRL. However, the Knights are the selection here with Kalyn Ponga likely to be the difference between the two teams.