Thursday 30th August, 10:50 (UK)
What channel is it on?
UK – Sky Sports Arena
Australia – Nine Network, 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: Anthony Seibold
Starting 13: Johnston, Graham, Inglis, Gagai, Jennings, Walker, Reynolds, T. Burgess, Cook, G. Burgess, Sutton, Crichton, S. Burgess – Interchanges: Hunt, Murray, Clark, Britt – Reserves: Burns, Fuimaono, Tatola, McIlwrick
Unavailable: Adam Doueihi
Head Coach: Ivan Cleary
Starting 13: Mbye, Nofoaluma, Marsters, Fonua, Naiqama, Marshall, Brooks, Eisenhuth, Farah, Matulino, Lawrence, Chee Kam, Taylor – Interchanges: Twal, Sue, Rochow, Aloiai – Reserves: Liddle, Garner, Gamble, Watene-Zelezniak
Unavailable: Josh Reynolds, Corey Thompson, Russell Packer
Wests Tigers will be wondering what could have been after it was mathematically confirmed that they would not be involved in the play-offs this season. The Tigers had a strong start to the season and turned over several top teams along the way but consistency and scoring points was an issue for them. They now head to ANZ to face South Sydney who will be looking to end the season on a high after three back-to-back defeats. The Rabbitohs currently occupy third place and know a win will seal their top 4 place although a defeat could cost them a spot. With so much on the line for the Rabbitohs and so little for the Tigers, it could work in Wests’ favour. However, South Sydney can refocus this week and with their first-choice XIII in tow, they can claim the win to seal their top 4 spot here.