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Melbourne Storm vs Sydney Roosters Preview, Team News & Lineups

Melbourne Storm vs Sydney Roosters Preview, Team News & Lineups

Melbourne Storm vs Sydney Roosters Preview, Team News & Lineups – Round 8 NRL 2020

Preview

The Sydney Roosters dismantled the Dragons recently even after the loss of Victor Radley and Sam Verrills.

Now the Roosters have a big and serious match up in front of them which is to put up a great performance when they take on the Storm.

However with no doubt the Victor Radley’s aggressive defence and ability to bust the line will be deeply missed by the Roosters.

Also for the Melbourne Storm side too, they have their own issues too which is the key playmaker Cameron Munster suffering a knee injury in the big win over the Warriors which will bring about a sluggish performance

Team News & Lineups

Melbourne Storm

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Ryley Jacks pairs with Hughes in the halves, while Cooper Johns is among the reserves, also Cameron Munster is out for several weeks.

  • 1. Ryan Papenhuyzen
    2. Suliasi Vunivalu
    3. Justin Olam
    4. Paul Momirovski
    5. Josh Addo-Carr
    6. Ryley Jacks
    7. Jahrome Hughes
    8. Jesse Bromwich
    9. Cameron Smith
    10. Christian Welch
    11. Felise Kaufusi
    12. Kenny Bromwich
    13. Dale Finucane
    14. Brandon Smith
    15. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui
    16. Tom Eisenhuth
    17. Nelson Asofa-Solomona
  • 18. Cooper Johns
    19. Marion Seve
    20. Albert Vete
    21. Chris Lewis

Sydney Roosters:

Ryan Hall will stay out as James Tedesco and Josh Morris both return after missing the Dragons clash

After injuries, Victor Radley (knee) and Sam Verrills (knee), the Roosters will be forced into multiple changes.

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Isaac Liu (ribs) also will not be available, with Nat Butcher earning the starting lock role.

Poasa Faamausili is on the interchange, after returning from his loan stint with the Warriors

  • 1. James Tedesco
    2. Daniel Tupou
    3. Josh Morris
    4. Joseph Manu
    5. Brett Morris
    6. Luke Keary
    7. Kyle Flanagan
    8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
    9. Jake Friend
    10. Siosiua Taukeiaho
    11. Boyd Cordner
    12. Angus Crichton
    13. Nat Butcher
    14. Poasa Faamausili
    15. Sitili Tupouniua
    16. Mitchell Aubusson
    17. Lindsay Collins
  • 18. Daniel Fifita
    19. Ryan Hall
    20. Freddy Lussick
    21. Lachlan Lam

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