Fullback for Storm is number 1 Ryan PapenhuyzenFullback for Eels is number 1 Clinton Gutherson
Winger for Storm is number 2 Suliasi VunivaluWinger for Eels is number 2 Maika Sivo
Centre for Storm is number 4 Justin OlamCentre for Eels is number 3 Michael Jennings
Centre for Storm is number 18 Curtis ScottCentre for Eels is number 4 Waqa Blake
Winger for Storm is number 5 Josh Addo-CarrWinger for Eels is number 5 Blake Ferguson
Five-Eighth for Storm is number 6 Cameron MunsterFive-Eighth for Eels is number 6 Dylan Brown
Halfback for Storm is number 7 Jahrome HughesHalfback for Eels is number 7 Mitchell Moses
Prop for Storm is number 8 Jesse BromwichProp for Eels is number 8 Kane Evans
Hooker for Storm is number 9 Cameron SmithHooker for Eels is number 9 Reed Mahoney
Prop for Storm is number 10 Nelson Asofa-SolomonaProp for Eels is number 10 Junior Paulo
2nd Row for Storm is number 11 Felise Kaufusi2nd Row for Eels is number 11 Shaun Lane
2nd Row for Storm is number 12 Kenneath Bromwich2nd Row for Eels is number 12 Manu Ma'u
Lock for Storm is number 13 Dale FinucaneLock for Eels is number 13 Nathan Brown
Interchange for Storm is number 3 Will ChambersInterchange for Eels is number 14 Brad Takairangi
Interchange for Storm is number 14 Brandon SmithInterchange for Eels is number 15 Daniel Alvaro
Interchange for Storm is number 15 Tui KamikamicaInterchange for Eels is number 16 Tepai Moeroa
Interchange for Storm is number 16 Max KingInterchange for Eels is number 17 Marata Niukore
- Referee: Ben Cummins
- Referee: Grant Atkins
- Touch Judge: Chris Butler
- Touch Judge: Dave Munro
- Video Referee: Ben Galea
- Senior Review Official: Jared Maxwell
Head coach Craig Bellamy has announced an unchanged starting team to face the Eels in this Saturday night's Semi-Final at AAMI Park.
It will be a knockout clash for both teams, with the winner to play the Roosters in a Preliminary Final at the SCG the following week.
The additions to Storm's extended bench are Curtis Scott, Tom Eisenhuth, Brodie Croft and Tino Fa'Asuamaleaui.
Captain Cameron Smith requires two goals against the Eels to become the first player in finals history to kick 100 goals.
He requires another seven goals to break the all-time record for most goals in a season by a forward.
Former St George second-rower Harry Bath holds the record with 108, in 1958.
Smith is also closing in on Bath’s record for most points in a season by a forward. Bath’s 1958 total was 224 points. Smith’s 2019 tally stands at 212.
Buy tickets to Saturday night's do-or-die clash here.