Veteran Adam Blair is listed at loose forward and Agnatius Paasi at prop for the Warriors match against the Roosters in Sydney on Saturday.
With regular interchange prop Sam Lisone suspended, Chris Satae is in line to play his first NRL match of the season and the fourth of his career.
Added to the extended bench is prop Albert Vete while the rest of the squad is unchanged. Back rower Simon Mannering hasn't yet been cleared to play as he recovers from a shoulder injury picked up in the trial against Gold Coast.
"Simon's getting closer but remains a week-by-week proposition," said coach Stephen Kearney.
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"We lose Sam through suspension which is unfortunate because he has been doing a wonderful job for us off the bench.
"At the same time, it provides an opportunity for Chris, who has been impressive for us in the Intrust Super Premiership."
Satae clocked up 72 minutes in last Saturday's 16-18 ISP loss to Penrith, making 177 metres from 18 carries plus 32 tackles.
He also gained 103 metres in the home loss to Canterbury-Bankstown and ran 185 metres against North Sydney.
Following their dramatic 20-19 success in Canberra last Saturday, the Warriors face another tough away assignment this week before returning home for the Auckland double header on April 7.
After being stunned 10-8 by Wests Tigers in the opening round, the Roosters rebounded with convincing wins over the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (30-12) and Newcastle (38-8) to surge to third on the ladder just behind the Warriors.
In putting together a 3-0 start to the season for the first time in the club's history, the second-placed Warriors share the distinction with leader St George Illawarra of being the only two unbeaten sides after the first three rounds.