|NRL||23/5/2019||Eels VS Panthers||Bankwest Stadium|
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Eels: Several roster moves for Parra, with Brad Takairangi and Daniel Alvaro benched. Tim Mannah is back in the starting lineup, as is Maika Sivo. Blake Ferguson has been named in the centres, while George Jennings moves from right to left wing. David Gower is a new face on the bench, with Oregon Kaufusi dropped to the reserves.
Panthers: More sweeping changes for the slumping Panthers. Josh Mansour is back on the right wing, while Brian To’o switches to the left wing in place of Dallin Watene-Zelezniak. Jarome Luai comes in for suspended five-eighth James Maloney, Frank Winterstein will start in the back-row, Reagan Campbell-Gillard has been recalled as the starting prop, while James Fisher-Harris moves from backrower to lock. Tim Grant and Liam Martin were named on the bench, with Kaide Ellis dropped to the reserves.
The Panthers may require a bit ‘Dreamtime’ profound karma to help lift them out of the doldrums in this Indigenous Round conflict with the Eels.
Six misfortunes in succession, with four clubs scoring 30 points or more, implies resistance has not been highest inside the Panthers lair. Ivan Cleary’s men have scored 88 points in the last six adjusts however surrendered 166.
The Eels are on a five-day turnaround after a frustrating seven-point misfortune to the Cowboys in Townsville. Hooker Reed Mahoney may require somewhat more time to recuperate after he made 61 handles in the tropics.