Hello and welcome to today's live blog of the Warriors' clash with the Wests Tigers, from Westpac Stadium in Wellington.
We're about 20 minutes away from kick-off at the Cake Tin, in a match featuring the 13th-placed Warriors seeking back-to-back wins for the first time this season.
The return of Thomas Leuluai is the big pre-match story for the Warriors, with the 28-year-old set to come off the interchange bench after missing the club's first three games with a groin injury.
The starting line-up for the Warriors is unchanged from last week's win over the Cowboys in North Queensland.
Warriors side to play Tigers: Sam Tomkins, Glen Fisiiahi, Dane Nielsen, Jerome Ropati, Manu Vatuvei, Chad Townsend, Shaun Johnson, Sam Rapira, Nathan Friend, Ben Matulino, Jayson Bukuya, Simon Mannering (c), Sione Lousi. Interchange: Jacob Lillyman, Suaia Matagi, Konrad Hurrell, Thomas Leuluai.
Back-rower Feleti Mateo was ruled out with a knee complaint, ending a run of 79 consecutive appearances since joining the Warriors in 2011.
Today's match will also mark Simon Mannering's 92nd game as captain, overtaking the mark set by Steve Price. Mannering is just eight games short of becoming only the second Warriors player to rack up 200 NRL appearances for the club, after Stacey Jones had 261.
What are your predictions for the game? Will the Warriors grab their second win of the season or will the seventh-placed Tigers prove too tough. Hit 'comment now' to let know.
The two teams are on the field and going through their final preparations.
The Warriors are rocking the standard black kit. Perhaps surprisingly so - knowing their penchant for alternate jerseys I would have guessed a commemorative yellow Wellington edition.
Not too far away from kick off now. Which Warriors will we see today? Their Jekyll and Hyde nature certainly keeps you guessing.
The Tigers have averaged 30 points so far this season, so the Warriors' defence should be in for a testing time.
That expansive play has produced two victories, after opening their campaign with a loss to the Dragons.
Looks to be a few Tigers fans in the crowd, with some sporting the old-school Balmain jerseys.
The Tigers are on the field now, wearing their white change strip, and the Warriors are now led out by Simon Mannering.
The Warriors led the Bulldogs by 16 in Wellington last year, only to squander that lead in a loss. Can they reverse that today?
The Tigers are about to kick off...
And we're underway in Wellington.
Chad Townsend claims the kick and is immediately crunched.
The Warriors have progressed to their own 40 on tackle five.
Shaun Johnson with the first kick of the day, taken by David Nofoaluma.
The Tigers have made their way to halfway on the last.
Brooks with a nice little kick...and they Tigers may have scored!
That was shocking from Manu Vatuvei. He was waiting for Brooks' kick to go dead, only for it to pull up and Braith Anasta to ground it.
The only saving grace would be if Vatuvei's forced it.
The replays show Vatuvei trying very late to pick it up - will his contact count as a force?
Vatuvei's pretty lucky there. The Warriors to restart from the 20.
Warriors into Tigers' territory for the first time and Johnson kicks into touch inside the 10.
Scrum to the Tigers on their 10 after that nice kick.
First penalty of the day goes to the Tigers on their own 40.
He was looking for a quick play the ball but was prevented by the Warriors' defence.
The Tigers will not get a shot at the Warriors' line.
And they just about score!
Another close call for the Warriors.