The NRL has postponed Sunday's Canterbury v Sydney Roosters game at Bankwest Stadium until Monday to ensure player safety in relation to a potential biosecurity problem.
Both teams will readjust their preparations for a Monday 7pm kick-off. The match will still be held at Bankwest Stadium.
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The Roosters subjected the Broncos to a record-breaking 59-0 loss last round without arguably the world's best player, fullback James Tedesco.
The reigning Dally M Medallist is back for this clash against the Bulldogs as the premiers look to continue their post-layoff surge.
Canterbury snapped their winless streak in a 22-2 defeat of the Dragons on the long weekend, with five-eighth Kieran Foran's return aiding their attack.
The Dogs have received a boost in the lead-up to the match with news that English forward Luke Thompson will be joining the club mid-season.
Bulldogs: Aiden Tolman has been cleared on his COVID- 19 test but will undergo a period of quarantine of up to 14 days and therefore will not train with the team or be available for selection during that period. As a result, Sauaso Sue moves into the starting side at prop. Reimis Smith, who was suspended on Tuesday, is the other player missing from the squad that was initially named.
Dallin Watene Zelezniak shifted from the wing to Smith's centre spot. Ofahiki Ogden and Morgan Harper have been elevated to the interchange with Jack Cogger omitted from the reserves.
Roosters: Jared Waerea-Hargreaves is out due to a minor back complaint, with Lindsay Collins replacing him in the starting pack. Lachlan Lam and Sam Verrills have been omitted from the squad with Mitch Aubusson to make his return via the interchange bench.
Victor Radley was cleared of a serious elbow injury and will play. Roosters winger Daniel Tupou has scored nine tries in his past 10 games against the Bulldogs.
Opposing five-eighths Kieran Foran and Luke Keary are arguably the most influential players in their teams. Canterbury need Foran to keep standing up if they're to score an upset, while the Roosters will want more of the same from Keary after his sensational performance against Brisbane.