Manly Sea Eagles vs Newcastle Knights Live Scores, Stream, Odds and Results – NRL 2016 Round 21

Sunday’s second NRL Round 21 match is between Manly Sea Eagles and Newcastle Knights with the game to be played at the Brookvale Oval. The opening kick is set to commence at 16:05 local time with the home team Manly Sea Eagles currently holding favouritism. View our NRL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between Manly Sea Eagles and Newcastle Knights.

 

When: 16:05 | Sunday 31/07/2016

Where: Brookvale Oval

 

 

Teams:

Sea Eagles: 1 Tom Trbojevic 2 Jorge Taufua 3 Lewis Brown 4 Brayden Wiliame 5 Matthew Wright 6 Jamie Lyon 7 Daly Cherry-Evans 8 Darcy Lussick 9 Apisai Koroisau 10 Martin Taupau 11 Nathan Green 12 Jamie Buhrer 13 Jake Trbojevic. Interchange: 14 Blake Leary 15 Joshua Starling 16 Nate Myles 17 Siosia Vave 22 Addin Fonua-Blake.

 

 

Knights: 1 Jake Mamo 2 Nathan Ross 3 Dane Gagai 4 Peter Mata’utia-Leifi 5 Brendan Elliot 6 Jack Cogger 7 Trent Hodkinson 8 Joshua King 9 Danny Levi 10 Korbin Sims 11 David Bhana 12 Pauli Pauli 13 Jeremy Smith. Interchange: 14 Chris Adams 15 Sam Mataora 16 Daniel Saifiti 17 Jacob Saifiti 18 Pat Mata’utia 19 Mickey Paea.

News:

South Sydney halfback Adam Reynolds is expected to recover from a quad injury in time to take on Manly next Monday.

Reynolds suffered the injury while kicking in the warm-up on Saturday which ruled him out of their 30-10 NRL loss to Brisbane.

It came after the Rabbitohs No.7 suffered a shoulder injury which kept him out of State of Origin III.

Aided by a nine-day turnaround, Reynolds is set to be fit to take on the Sea Eagles at Allianz Stadium.

“He’s been doing all the recovery, he was even getting work done while we were playing,” winger Alex Johnston said.

“I’m sure he’ll do everything he can to get out there.”

Reynolds has had a wretched run with injury, restricted to just nine NRL games this season after missing most of the first two months with a knee complaint.

Souths coach Michael Maguire has handy halves backs-up in John Sutton, who stepped in alongside Luke Keary against the Broncos, and in-form fullback Cody Walker.

The Rabbitohs are 13th on the ladder on the back of six straight losses and require seven wins from their final seven games to qualify for the finals.

 

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