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Wests Tigers will look to stay in touch with the competition’s top eight when they take on the Melbourne Storm in their Round 21 clash this week.

After suffering a last start defeat to the St. George-Illawarra Dragons, the hosts this week know that they need to win most of their remaining six matches this year if they’re going to qualify for finals’ football. They’ll get a taste of what’s ahead of them in the finals this Monday night when they take on one of the competition heavyweights in the Melbourne Storm, who come into this match on the back of two strong recent performances.

With the match being played as a tribute game for injured former Wests Tigers player Simon Dwyer, Wests Tigers encourage all fans and members to get to Campbelltown Sports Stadium on Monday and support both the boys, as well as Simon.

Check out the full preview of this week’s Round 21 clash against the Storm.

Get your tickets to our Simon Dwyer Tribute match in Round 21 here. $5 from every adult and family ticket will go to Simon. 

Match Details

Date — Monday, August 7

Time — 7:00pm (Gates open at 5:10pm)

Venue — Campbelltown Sports Stadium (Rose Payten Drive, Leumeah)

Tickets — Adult tickets can be purchased for $20; Family tickets for $50

Twitter — Live coverage of the match including commentary available via Twitter


TV, Radio and Live Stream Details

TV — Live coverage via Fox Sports 1 (check local guides)

Radio — Live coverage via Triple M (104.9)

Live Stream — Live via Foxtel Go, NRL Digital Pass (subscription required)


Confirmed Squads

Wests Tigers have named an unchanged lineup from the team that took the field against the St. George-Illawarra Dragons in Round 20. Melbourne have also named an unchanged lineup, with Dayne Weston and Kurt Mann added on an extended bench.


Acknowledgement of Country

Wests Tigers respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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