Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has opted to go with Tyran Wishart to replace Ryan Papenhuyzen at fullback when they face Penrith in the Magic Round on Saturday night.
The Storm are priced at 5/4 to beat the Panthers at Suncorp Stadium but will have to do it without Papenhuyzen who is looking at up to six weeks on the sidelines through injury.
It looked as though Nick Meaney would take the No.1 jersey but he will play on the wing allowing Wishart to play at fullback.
Bellamy had suggested that Cameron Munster could play at fullback earlier in the day, but he has had second thoughts and
Wishart gets the job.
There is still a chance Munster could end up at fullback if things are not going to plan. It is a big night for 22-year-old Wishart who will have to deal with the kicking of star Panthers halfback Nathan Cleary.
"Munster has played plenty there so we've got some options," Bellamy had said earlier. "He's gone there a couple of times this year, we'll start a certain way but if that's not quite working out we can make some changes."
Meanwhile Bellamy has also revealed Marion Seve will play at centre after recovering from injuries that have restricted him to just nine NRL games over the past two seasons.
"He's been outstanding in the Queensland Cup, we're real confident he will do the job," Bellamy told reporters.