The Sydney Swains have the best record in the NRL, and are in the position to win the premiership this year.
They have a record of 24-0 in the league since the start of the 2016 season, the longest winning streak in the competition.
The Swans’ 23-0 win over the Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium in Round 4, their highest score in a match since Round 2 of the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership, was their sixth win in a row.
The other five wins were against the Roosters, Broncos, Raiders and Dragons.
The Sydney Swamps are still the best team in the West and will face the Warriors at Etampul on Saturday, while the Sea Eagles have won seven straight at the MCG.
The Knights have won five straight games at ANZ Stadium, and their winning streak is over four years.
The Raiders are the reigning premiers in the A-League, and have beaten the Knights twice in succession.
They beat the Rooster in Round 12 of last year, and they have beaten Melbourne Victory twice in their last four matches.
The Knights are ranked third in the country with an unbeaten record, with six wins from six matches.
They have beaten Newcastle Jets, Sydney FC and North Melbourne.
The Sea Eagles are the No. 1 team in NSW, with a 14-2 record, and will play the Warriors on Saturday.
The Storm have won six straight matches, and the Cowboys are ranked sixth with a 10-5 record.
The Titans are the only team in Queensland to have won back-to-back games this season, with wins over the Brisbane Broncos, Manly Sea Eagles, Melbourne Storm and the Canberra Raiders.
The Western Bulldogs have won 10 straight games, and look to bounce back from their loss to the Sydney Roosts.