Samoa and Cook Islands kick off the double header from Campbelltown with an all-star Samoa side heavily favoured.
Team lists suggest this should be one-way traffic from the get-go.
Samoa are full of current NRL players including leading tryscorer Taylan May, the in-form Izack Tago, bullocking winger David Nofoaluma, skillful backrower Josh Schuster, hard-nosed props Martin Taupau and Francis Molo and fearless hooker Jazz Tevaga.
Cook Islands have just Esan Masters, Makahesi Makatoa and Davvy Moale currently in the NRL.
Cook Islands have tended to play Samoa relatively close but the talent gap here is too much, particularly if Toa Samoa get good ball to their outside backs.
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Samoa look one of the better bets of the weekend and will win this by as much as they want.
Taylan May is the current leading try scorer in the NRL this year.
Josh Schuster has just three tries in his NRL career but his hard running looks a good match.
Josh Aloiai has been in good tryscoring form this year for Manly. The aggressive prop has three tries including a double against the Wests Tigers.