Manly Sea Eagles have named a side which includes 13 members of their grand final-winning line-up for the Carnegie World Club Challenge against Leeds Rhinos.
The four missing players are centre Steve Bell and forwards Mark Bryant and Steve Menzies, who have all joined Super League clubs, and prop Brent Kite, who remained in Australia on compassionate leave.
Jason King is promoted in the front row in place of Kite, with George Rose set to make his comeback from an 18-month lay-off with a double fracture of his leg.
"George has worked really hard after his horrific injury and deserves his spot," Manly coach Des Hasler told a news conference at Leeds Met University.
A positional change sees former St Helens centre Jamie Lyon revert to his normal position from stand-off, where ex-Newcastle Knights player Chris Bailey - younger brother of Wigan centre Phil - will make his debut.
The side includes winger Michael Robertson, who scored a hat-trick of tries in the Sea Eagles' 40-0 win over Melbourne in October and went on to play for Scotland in the World Cup.
Team: B Stewart; Robertson, Lyon, Matai, Williams; Bailey, Orford (capt); King, Ballin, Perry, Watmough, Hall, G Stewart. Subs (from): L'Estrange, Cuthbertson, Rose, Rodney, Waerea-Hargreaves.
Festival of World Cups organisers have announced that tickets for the Police, Women's and Student Rugby League World Cup Finals have gone on sale, with the three events taking place at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on Sunday July 14.
Leeds Rhinos head coach Brian McDermott said crucial mistakes had cost his side following their defeat to St Helens. Speaking after the game he said: "We were in command but that was never the game so early. I was never feeling comfortable at 16-0. I'm not sat scratching my head wondering how we lost. We missed too many soft tackles at crucial times and it gave them a bit of momentum. Take away a couple of blunders near our try-line and it's more of a tighter scoreline."
Leeds Rhinos let a first half lead slip away at home to St Helens. The Rhinos started well when Watkins scored a try after six minutes and Moon and Burrow got one each soon after to make it 16-0 but Saints hit back running in six tries to end their losing run and put them back in the top eight
Young Rhinos star Liam Sutcliffe said there was disappointment that the Rhinos lost out to Saints in his first senior game, but said they would be focussed on putting things right against Wigan. Speaking after the game he said: "I would have liked to have started my first league game with a win but it wasn't to be this time. I was buzzing that they had got a lead and I was dying to get on. I was nervous and excited at the same time just to get out on the pitch and get stuck in. It will be a tough game against Wigan and we will have to come in to training this week with our heads focused and put right what we did wrong tonight and be ready for next week."