The Broncos look to extend their winning streak against second placed Rabbitohs at Suncorp tonight.
And a Queensland Reds star confirms a move to Europe at the end of the season.
Thomas Brakstad reports.
Broncos will go into the game with three straight wins but their chase for a fourth will be played without Justin Hodges and Josh McGuire.
They are both ruled out with injuries.
In other NRL news, the Bulldogs take on Wests Tigers tonight.
Earlier today it was still unclear if key man, Benji Marshall would be declared fit enough to play.
To AFL now, the Swans will celebrate two milestones in their game against Brisbane Lions this weekend.
Co-Captain Jarrad McVeigh will play his two-hundredth AFL game while twenty-year-old Jed Lamb will make his debut.
Jed Lamb, Swans player: “I love this game and its been a dream at mine to play AFL footy so not at any time did I think of giving up.”
And Port Adelaide will have to face North Melbourne without their coach Ken Hinkley.
He was hospitalised with a viral infection earlier this week.
His senior assistant, Alan Richardson will lead the team.
Wallabies winger Digby Ioane have signed a deal with french club Stade Francaise.
The Reds player have signed a two year deal worth two and a half million dollars.
He’ll moving to France at the end of the season.
Thomas Brakstad, QUT News.