The Revs are set to have a “favourites” list for their match against the Sharks.
The game will be shown on Sky Sports at 7:30pm tonight (AEST).
The Revs, who are on a nine-match winless run, are also set to get a chance to showcase some of their new players during their match with the Sharks on Sunday.
While they will be hoping to continue their win streak against the reigning premiers, the Sharks will be without their two top scorers, Aaron Woods and Anthony Milford.
Key points:The Revo have not won at home since May and are currently in third placeThe Sharks will start without their top scorerThe Sharks’ season is over, but there is hope that they will get a bounce from their loss against the Warriors on Saturday.
The Sharks were one of the best teams in the competition last season and were rewarded for their success in 2017 when they won the title.
It was their first victory over the Warriors since 2008 and they are currently two points clear of the top four.
But the Sharks have not had much success on the road this season, losing five of their last six games in Perth.
The Revos are one of six teams with an 11-game winning streak at the Stadium of Light and have won six of the past seven.
The Blues will be looking to avoid their longest losing streak in 20 years when they face off against the Blues on Sunday (AEDT).
The Blues are in second spot in the Western Conference with 15 wins and are in the hunt for the premiership.
They have won four of their past five away games.
The Broncos have been struggling to find consistency on the ground this season and have lost six of their eight games at Suncorp Stadium.
They are unbeaten at home this season but have lost eight of their first 10 at home.
They play in the second round of the NRL Telstra Premiership this weekend.