The Canberra Raiders will be bolstered by the return of one of the NRL's most damaging centres, with Joey Leilua set to be brought straight back into the side after a two-game suspension.
He'll take his place in the centres when the Raiders run out against the Melbourne Storm in their qualifying final in Melbourne on Saturday.
Raiders coach Ricky Stuart will name his side on Tuesday.
Leilua will return at right centre alongside Jordan Rapana, while you'd expect Nick Cotric to return to left wing alongside co-captain Jarrod Croker.
But Stuart also has Bailey Simonsson up his sleeve, who could slot in on the wing or on the bench as a utility.
Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad will return at fullback, while Sia Soliola and John Bateman will bolster the forward pack.
Forward Joe Tapine needs to prove his fitness to take on the Storm - the team he injured his ribs against three weeks ago - while Hudson Young will likely be suspended.
But Leilua will have redemption on his mind after his unnecessary two-week suspension for dropping his knees into Manly's Reuben Garrick.
"[Leilua's] been training hard. He's going to be ready to play next week," Stuart told The Canberra Times.
"He's got big match experience and I'll name the team on Tuesday, and I'm expecting 'BJ' to be fit and ready."
Raiders prop Josh Papalii will be one of the keys to the Green Machine travelling down the Hume Highway and knocking off the Storm.
He was epic in the Raiders' 24-20 loss to the New Zealand Warriors on Saturday.
Papalii scored a brilliant solo try, ran for 205 metres, made one line break, seven tackle busts and two offloads in his 58 minutes.
He was brutally honest about their "shit" start against the Warriors and said they'd need to put in the "performance of their lives" against the Storm.
The 27-year-old Queensland Origin star was expecting a Storm backlash after the Green Machine ran over the top of them last time they met in Melbourne.
Canberra were trailing 18-0 before running in four unanswered tries to knock off the minor premiers.
But Papalii said the chance to host a preliminary final at Canberra Stadium would drive them to beat the Storm.
"Every time you lose to a team this year you want to beat them the next time," Papalii said when asked if Melbourne would be out for revenge.
"We've got to turn up next week and if we put the performance of our lives on the line hopefully get a prelim back in Canberra."
NRL QUALIFYING FINAL
Saturday: Canberra Raiders v Melbourne Storm at Melbourne, 5.40pm.