Fans can get an early gauge on pre-season form heading into the 2020 Telstra Premiership with NRL.com live-streaming a host of trials.
NRL Account holders will have free access - via the website or the NRL App - to all eight trials this weekend as teams crank up their preparations for the season ahead.
This week's live streams kick off with a special pre-game show on NRL.com from Bega, where Penrith and the Eels are meeting in the EISS Super Sapphire Trial Tribute.
The game is part of a three-day festival, which will include a free concert headlined by ARIA award-winning Australian artist Amy Shark. The trial was relocated from Penrith to support the South Coast region and honour firefighters and volunteers.
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The Panthers-Eels match will be screened on the NRL App, Kayo, Channel Nine, Fox Sports, Sky Sport and Gem.
On Saturday NRL.com will have live coverage of the Bulldogs' clash with the Raiders in Port Macquarie, the Storm taking on the Cowboys at Casey Fields in Melbourne, the Roosters and the Knights from Central Coast Stadium and the Broncos-Titans clash at Redcliffe.
This Saturday's Charity Shield game between the Dragons and Bunnies in Mudgee will be shown live on the NRL App, Fox Sports, Kayo and Sky Sport.
Then on Sunday, NRL.com will have live coverage of the Warriors taking on Wests Tigers at Rotorua International Stadium and Cronulla meeting Manly at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.
All kick-offs listed as local time
February 29: EISS Super Sapphire Trial Tribute - Panthers v Eels, Bega, 4pm
February 29: Broncos v Titans, Redcliffe, 7pm
February 29: Storm v Cowboys, Casey Fields, 5.30pm
February 29: Roosters v Knights, Central Coast Stadium, 7pm
February 29: Bulldogs v Raiders, Port Macquarie, 4.30pm
February 29: Rabbitohs v Dragons, Charity Shield, Mudgee, 7pm
March 1: Warriors v Wests Tigers, Rotorua, 2pm
March 1: Sharks v Sea Eagles, Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, 6pm