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New Zealand Warriors vs Penrith Panthers Preview & Prediction | NRL 2024 | Regular Season

THE VARIABLES What time and when does the New Zealand Warriors vs. Penrith Panthers game start? The game between the Penrith Panthers and New Zealand Warriors is scheduled for Sunday, May 19, 2024, at 04:50 (UK). Where can I purchase tickets for the Penrith Panthers vs. New Zealand Warriors game? For information on tickets for NRL games in 2024, click this link. Which channel is the Penrith Panthers vs. New Zealand Warriors match on? You can view the schedule for the NRL games that Sky Sports Arena will be airing in the UK here. A list of Australian broadcasters is available here.

Where can I watch the Penrith Panthers vs. New Zealand Warriors game? Subscribers can watch the match live on Sky Go if it’s broadcast on Sky Sports. Alternatively, Watch NRL subscribers will be able to watch the game.

THE TEAM ANNOUNCEMENTS WARRIORS OF NEW ZEALAND The New Zealand Warriors were thoroughly outclassed by the Sydney Roosters last week, exposing some serious weaknesses in their lineup. In barely 15 minutes of that match, the Kiwi team was behind 22-0, and the game was all but gone at that point. To make matters worse, halfback Shaun Johnson had been injured.

Starting 13: 1. Taine Tuaupiki 2. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak 3. Ali Leiataua 4. Adam Pompey 5. Marcelo Montoya 6. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad 7. Te Maire Martin 8. Addin Fonua-Blake 9. Wayde Egan 10. Bunty Afoa 11. Jackson Ford 12. Mitchell Barnett 13. Tohu Harris Bench: 14. Dylan Walker 15. Tom Ale 16. Jazz Tevaga 17. Jacob Laban Reserves: 18. Zyon Maiu’u 20. Edward Kosi 21. Paul Roache 22. Tanner Stowers-Smith 23. Ben Farr


  • Penrith Panthers continued their good run of form as they made it four successive victories thanks to seeing off Canterbury Bulldogs last week.
  • The reigning premiers were able to come out on top despite suffering a devastating blow during the game with key man Nathan Cleary succumbing to a hamstring injury that will rule him out for around two months.

From 13 onwards: 1. Sunia Turuva 2. Dylan Edwards 3. Izack Tago 4. Brian To’o 5. Taylan May 6. Jack Cole 7. Moses Leota; 8. Jarome Luai 9. Mitch Kenny 10. James Harris Fisher 11. Luke Garner 12. Martin Liam 13. Bench of Isaah Yeo: 14. Lindsay Smith 15. Daine Laurie Reserves: 16. Matt Eisenhuth 17. Mavrik Geyer 18. Preston Riki 19. Paul Alamoti 20. Soni Luke; 21. Tyrone Peachey 22. Sorensen Scott

THE ESTIMATION After falling to the Sydney Roosters last week, the New Zealand Warriors have found it difficult to replicate their success from the previous year and are currently on a four-game losing run. The coaching staff will be particularly concerned about how they lost, and things won’t get any easier when they play the Penrith Panthers, the defending champions. The Panthers have won four games in a row, and they should be able to continue winning even with Nathan Cleary’s loss.

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