The New Zealand Warriors faced the Wests Tigers at the Sydney Cricket Ground as both sides looked to work themselves into the top-eight come the end of the season.
Parramatta Eels welcomed Wests Tigers to Bankwest Stadium, as both sides looked to claim bragging rights over their western Sydney rivals.
The Wests Tigers looked to bounce back from two defeats on the bounce, as they welcomed the Brisbane Broncos to the Leichhardt Oval for the first time in 17 years.
In a battle between eighth and ninth, the South Sydney Rabbitohs face Wests Tigers at Bankwest Stadium, with the victor sitting a little more comfortably in the top-eight.
In the battle of the big cats, the Wests Tigers welcome the Penrith Panthers as both sides looked to solidify their place in the top-eight.
The Wests Tigers looked to reproduce the first 40 minutes from last weeks game for a full 80, as they faced the Canterbury Bulldogs at Bankwest Stadium, to potentially move into the top-eight.
A much-rotated Wests Tigers side welcomed a Canberra Raiders side with plenty to prove after being soundly beaten by the Knights last weekend.
Wests Tigers utility Josh Reynolds is awaiting the result of a third drugs test after being pulled over by police while driving home from Bankstown Airport on Monday morning.