When? Monday 02nd April, 07:00 (UK)
Where? ANZ Stadium
What channel is it on? UK - Wests Tigers vs Parramatta Eels will not be televised live Australia - 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: Ivan Cleary
Starting 13: Thompson, Nofoaluma, Marsters, Naiqama, Watene-Zelezniak, Marshall, Brooks, Packer, Godinet, Matulino, Lawrence, Rochow, Eisenhuth – Interchanges: McIlwrick, Twal, Chee Kam, Aloiai – Reserves: Gamble, Grant, Liddle, Lolohea
Unavailable: Josh Reynolds, Elijah Taylor
Head Coach: Brad Arthur
Starting 13: Smith, G. Jennings, M. Jennings, Auva’a, Hoffman, Norman, Moses, Alvaro, Pritchard, Mannah, Ma'u, Moeroa, Brown – Interchanges: Scott, Edwards, Terepo, Williams – Reserves: King, Matagi, Gower, Niukore
Unavailable: Clint Gutherson, Tony Williams, Brad Takairangi, Bevan French, Jarryd Hayne, Kane Evans
The NRL’s two lowest scorers come into this game in contrasting form as eighth-placed Wests Tigers host bottom side Parramatta Eels. The Tigers will feel they deserved at least a draw from their controversial loss against the Broncos which was their first defeat of the season. The Eels on the other hand are yet to pick up a win and have looked very poor in the process. Wests have already shown immeasurable improvement on last season, particularly in defence. Having faced a tough schedule but coming out of it with plenty of credit, Wests should be able to add a win here and condemn Parramatta to another defeat.