Date: Sunday April 27
Venue: Brookvale Oval
Kick-off: 2pm (Sydney time)
1 Brett Stewart 2 Jorge Taufua 3 Peta Hiku 4 Steve Matai 5 David Williams 6 Jamie Lyon (c) 7 Daly Cherry-Evans 8 Josh Starling 9 Matt Ballin 10 Brenton Lawrence 11 Anthony Watmough 12 Justin Horo 13 Glenn Stewart Interchange 14 James Hasson 15 Dunamis Lui 16 Jamie Buhrer 17 Jason King 18 Jesse Sene-Lefao Coach: Geoff Toovey
1 Anthony Milford 2 Reece Robinson 3 Jarrod Croker 4 Matt Allwood 5 Bill Tupou 6 Jack Wighton 7 Terry Campese (C) 8 David Shillington 9 Glen Buttriss 10 Brett White 11 Josh Papalii 12 Joel Edwards 13 Shaun Fensom Interchange 14 Josh McCrone 15 Paul Vaughan 16 Dane Tilse 17 Shannon Boyd 18 Jake Foster Coach: Ricky Stuart
Manly lose Kieran Foran to a leg injury but the return of Daly Cherry-Evans softens the blow. Jamie Lyon will once again line up at five-eighth with Peta Hiku in the centres and David Williams taking his place on the wing. Jason King missed last week and is no certainty to take the field, Jesse Sene-Lafao has once again been named 18th man, it has been speculated that Anthony Watmough could be in doubt.
Canberra have named an unchanged line up from their win over the Storm last week.
The Raiders travel to Brookvale not having won at the venue since 2010, and as a coach Ricky Stuart has failed to register a win against Manly in seven attempts since 2008.
Check out the remainder of the preview at http://seaeaglesblog.com/2014/04/23/round-8-preview-sea-eagles-v-raiders-2/
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