Bulldogs Coach Des Hasler has finalised his side for the match against the Tigers tonight at ANZ Stadium.
Holden Cup Coach Scott Murray has finalised his side for the match against the Tigers this afternoon at ANZ Stadium.
Referees will blow their whistles to signal when a tap restart can be taken after a 40/20 kick from tonight.
Bulldogs v Wests Tigers, ANZ Stadium, Thursday, 7.45pm
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs today confirm the signing of Cowboys outside back Curtis Rona, for the next two seasons, through until at least the end of 2016.
Back-rower Tony Williams has spoken with the media this week about his form and what a win means to the playing group.
The Bulldogs tackled the West Tigers twice in 2003 and for centre Nigel Vagana it was an opposition he enjoyed playing, starring with five tries in two encounters.
Captain Michael Ennis spoke to the media during the week about what the side will take away from the win over the Eels and his departure at season's end.
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Coach Des Hasler has today named his side to take on the Tigers at ANZ Stadium on Thursday night.
Get the latest news from Steve McCullagh regarding the injuries at the club, including the injury that will see Sam Kasiano miss the rest of the season.