Dallin Watene-Zelezniak is named to start on the wing despite previous concerns that he would miss the start of the season due to injury.
Viliame Kikau has gotten the nod in the back-row after an impressive World Cup campaign. His start pushes Corey Harawira-Naera to the bench.
Tyrone Peachey has been named at centre despite some concerns with his defence in the role.
Kenny Edwards has been dropped to the reserves by Parramatta Eels coach Brad Arthur. Suaia Matagi and Kane Evans are named.
Tepai Moeroa has been named at back-row for the Eels, beating out Brad Takairangi who has been named on the bench.
As expected, Jarryd Hayne has been named in the centres alongside Jarryd Hayne. Josh Hoffman will get the nod on the wing with Clinton Gutherson still out injured.
Match officials: Main referee: Ashley Klein. Assistant referee: Matt Noyen. Sideline officials: Adam Cassidy and Rohan Best.
Panthers Stadium, Sunday March 11, 4.10pm
Head-to-head: Played 94, Eels 56 wins, Panther 37 wins, 1 draw.
Last five games:
- Round 8, 2017; Parramatta Eels def. Penrith Panthers 18-12.
- Round 19, 2016; Penrith Panthers def. Parramatta Eels 22-18.
- Round 5, 2016; Penrith Panthers def. Parramatta Eels 20-18.
- Round 22, 2015; Parramatta Eels def. Penrith Panthers 10-4.
- Round 12, 2015; Parramatta Eels def. Penrith Panthers 26-20.
2017 points per game: Penrith 21; Parramatta 20.3
2017 points conceded per game: Penrith 18.5; Parramatta 18.8
Televised: Live on Nine, Fox League
This preview will be updated with team list news on Tuesday afternoon, with a full match preview to come on Wednesday.